Injuries are a massive part of athletics. Dealing with them as an athlete or a coach can be difficult, this post will help either navigate the challenges of an athletics injury!
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!
Becoming elite at wrestling, or any sport isn’t overly complicated. Time and hard work are always necessary. But this post dives into a few specific ways to help make this process better for athletes of all ages.
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.
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!
An Attitude of Gratitude is among the most important mindsets I learned as Penn State Wrestler. It is the single most important mindset I employ as a human being. In this post I will talk about what Gratitude means to me, and how you can utilize it as well. I am Grateful to be able to explain such a wonderful tool to any who will give me the chance.
To cut down a tree, you must first sharpen the saw. To become great at anything in life, you must learn what it takes. Sharpen your saw, give yourself the edge. Be all you can be!
One of the most important mindsets I learned in my time wrestling at Penn State. So What is perhaps one of the most impactful things I can teach as a coach, if this can be applied it can change your life.