Specialization in sports is rapidly becoming the norm, but it is not a MUST for success. In fact, it may be a deterrent. Read on to learn more about why athletes shouldn’t specialize!
Confidence comes from action. If you want to become confident, take action! If you want to learn something, try it and fail first! This post details how we build confidence in wrestling, school and life in general!
Winning isn’t important. There’s no agony in defeat. Love the process, love the journey, and you will never know defeat. We never lose, we can only learn.
Some of the lessons I learned from Coach Cael Sanderson during my time as a wrestler at Penn State University. These core lessons were and still are crucial to my life.
In life we must always be improving. Those who stop improving will limit their success. Those who hunger for more will always find more to do to be better! Learn all about the growth mindset called the Permanent Beta.
You are worthy of all you desire. Do not let life define your worth in any way other than you’d like it defined. Because ultimately the only person who defines your worth is you!
Weight loss in wrestling is one of the more grueling parts of the sport. It is what takes the fun out of the sport for so many, but it doesn’t have to be as bad as it is. Using my experiences and knowledge I lay out a framework as to how you can manage your weight, rather than let it manage you.
What are your goals? What’s your mission in life? What’s the difference? Goals without action are just dreams, missions are something we feel we MUST accomplish. In this post learn what it means to set out on a mission! Nothing is more satisfying than the feeling of a mission accomplished!
Wrestling is a wonderful sport. One that changed my life in many ways. I am grateful to my coaches and teammates who made my career so much fun, in this post I explain why wrestling is and should always be, FUN!
To summarize my Penn State Wrestling experience could take me forever, but to give you brief glimpse only takes a bit! Give this post a read if you want to hear about some of my experiences and lessons learned as a Penn State Student Athlete.