Archive for category: Athlete Training
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12
2016

Stephen King’s Everyday Magic

By: kyle0

Stephen King, the great horror writer, he said when he’s writing a new novel, he writes 2500 words a day without taking a day off, because he said if he takes a day off, he gets too far away from his characters.   There’s a magic to doing it every single day.   He was also able to figure o...

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12
2016

What is Success to You? And What are You Willing to Do?

By: kyle0

What is Success to You? And What are You Willing to Do?   Dan Gable, famous for having only lost one wrestling match in his entire collegiate career at the University of Iowa and for winning a gold medal at the 1972 Olympic Games was asked by a reporter . . .   “What made you such a good c...

04
12
2016

The Lumberjack Who Worked Smarter . . .

By: kyle0

The Lumberjack Who Worked Smarter . . . It’s a lumberyard and there were these lumberjacks that this lumberyard sends out every day to the forest out in Oregon to chop down trees. It’s early June and all the recruits of college guys came to work for the summer, and you know, they’re all college athl...

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11
2016

The Ghost Out In Leftfield

By: kyle0

The Ghost Out In Leftfield A couple of Thursday night’s ago, we were playing in playoffs of the local softball league. I happened to be coaching first in the second inning or so when I noticed an apparition starting to appear in left field. Now, the field that we play at has a slow, one lane road th...

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10
2016

The Secret Formula That Ben Franklin Used to Become a ‘Genius’

By: kyle0

Little tiny spectacles. That’s what most people think of when they hear the name: Ben Franklin. However, if you have never studied up on him, old Ben was quite the character. I’d say he is one of the 20 most influential people to ever roam the Earth. If you are struggling in any area of your life ri...