Why meditation doesn’t work for you

This is a culmination of observations I've made over the last decade and comes from a desire to genuinely help people control their own minds. Since meditating as a practice came into my life over ten years ago, my awareness also began to pick up on people's resistance towards it. Specifically, movers and shakers who … Continue reading Why meditation doesn’t work for you

Thoughts on the Mobility-Stability Continuum, feat. Dr Quinn Henoch

My day job as a strength coach means I cross paths with many bodies of varying anatomies, structures and movement potentials. An overarching concept I like to frame my work under is called "The Mobility-Stability Continuum." Regardless of who coined the term, it's a useful model to use when assessing new clients and athletes, to … Continue reading Thoughts on the Mobility-Stability Continuum, feat. Dr Quinn Henoch

Centering; ideas on anchoring the mind boat feat. Matthew McConaughey

A picture popped into my mind recently when thinking about the idea of centering oneself before starting the day. Matthew McConaughey talks about a non-negotiable centering process which he goes through every morning when he wakes up. It involves checking in with himself, centering himself to see how he is doing, before going into the … Continue reading Centering; ideas on anchoring the mind boat feat. Matthew McConaughey

Meditation; JiuJitsu for the Mind feat. Sam Harris

Neuroscientist and meditation teacher Sam Harris gave a great breakdown in this interview about how the skill of meditation can be a lot like JiuJitsu, for the mind. "(Meditation) is a lot like JiuJitsu, for the mind. What's so beautiful about JiuJitsu in particular, is that you can have this massive effect in the domain … Continue reading Meditation; JiuJitsu for the Mind feat. Sam Harris