“There is much to learn about life that is not being taught in traditional educational settings and if the intent is to heal and grow from adversity, then we must be willing to look within. Within ourselves is the greatest teacher we will ever know. From my experience teachers must be willing to expose their lives to criticism and disbelief because this authentic place allows wounds to finally have air to breath and heal for what they are, opportunities of growth for yourself and others.”
Achievements are a beautiful way to set intent and watch the fruits of our labor manifest into what we envisioned; to compliment your achievements with a fulfilling life I am requesting that you focus as much of your attention on 3 values each day to ensure that you are living out your dreams:
Here are a the Top 3 Water Solutions you can implement into your life right now:
1) You can get on the website http://www.findaspring.com/ to find a spring in your area to either fill up yourself weekly, OR have them deliver straight to your doorstep. If you do choose to use a home filtration system for drinking ALWAYS remember to add some minerals back to your water. This will provide sufficient nutrition for the body and help detox your cells of pollutants. Otherwise, water that does not have sufficient minerals (soft-water) will draw the minerals from your own body. I recommend a pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt to ensure your water has optimal health giving properties.
To all of those who have experienced defeat:
Only those who have worked hard and sacrificed only to come short of their ultimate goal can understand the loss and disappointment you feel. I am one of those people.
It is my duty to provide the next generation of athletes with a clinical perspective of where the 2001 Big XII Champions went right, and where we went wrong. After coaching for over a decade and earning a doctorate degree in psychology, my intent has been to help the next generation of athletes reach their goals.
1. YOUR FOUNDATION
Which means, how you Eat, Move, Sleep, and Play. As an example, making all of your meals the night before so you have adequate fuel and don’t have to be thinking about that throughout the day. Sleep, you have to get adequate rest before and after you train and compete.