The first hurdle was submitting and being approved for my content proposal, then comes the dread of "will anyone show up?" After a group of around 25-30 showed up, then starts the micromanaging in the moment. Self-censoring things that I wanted to say or do, for fear of sounding stupid. Trying to guess what the group wanted to hear. Imposter syndrome is real, put yourself out there anyways!
Tuesday Thought: Athlete Development is NOT Linear
As a coach my job is to identify the factors that are going to have the greatest impact on each individual and then CONSTANTLY reassess and reprioritize in order to facilitate maximal training effect for each athlete!
Tuesday Thought: Put Your Own Mask On First
In order to live and operate in service of others, we must first take care of ourselves. "put your own mask on first," Logic
Supplements: A Moral Dilemma
Ask yourself, “why do supplement companies create strategic partnerships?” The answer is just like any other product, to increase visibility within and association to, favourable market sectors.
In-Season Training For Hockey Part 4: Why I Dislike ‘Dry Land’
While I applaud the parents, players and coaches for acknowledging work done outside of the confines of the ice surface has an impact on the overall quality of their teams play; I wish the term 'dry land' would be removed from the hockey vocabulary.