Check out my latest feature on Men’s Fitness how exercise can help you kick bad habits! “Humans are learning creatures, so if you grew up seeing your parents use alcohol, cigarettes, or food to deal with stress, or other emotions, you’re more likely to repeat that pattern,” Dr. Petruzzelli says. Side note: Exercise is by … Continue reading Men’sFitness Feature: Exercise can help kick bad habits
I never take any opportunity for granted no matter how small or large. That’s why it’s always a dream come true when I get quoted in Runner’s World !!! Especially on fun topics like why we hold on to our superstitions or how they impact our performance! Shout out to Cindy Kuzma for another great … Continue reading Hot Off the Runners World Press: Superstitions and Why We Cling
I’ve been having conversations lately with coaches about the best way trying to try to get a “read” on an athlete’s personality or goodness-of-fit with particular coaches or coaching styles. Here in college sports it’s a common practice to try to vet out the best possible to assess a potential recruit’s personality at the outset … Continue reading Calling All Coaches: Using the ‘Big-Five’-For Assessing Athlete Personality
Do you ever feel like people take you for granted or don’t highlight your contributions or accomplishments? Do find yourself envying or being a bit jelly for what others are doing or have done? Do think you have to do more, more, MORE to catch up or be on the same level as others? If … Continue reading If You Don’t Give Yourself Credit Then Who Will?