Thursday, October 27, 2011

Day 27 of 365: Try, Try Again

My job as a coach is simple.
(Remember, simple does NOT mean easy!)
I challenge people to be better than they think they are capable of. 
  
This is a never-ending quest, as no one in this world has ever met their full potential.  
In that sense, I am in the right business!  Hahaha.

The reason I am so passionate about what I do is that I get to watch people break through barriers - both physical and mental - on a daily basis.  I get to experience the thrill and excitement of smashing through old limitations with my athletes.

THIS IS WHAT DRIVES ME! 
It creates momentum in my world so that I, too, can continue my quest for self-improvement.  And for that, I am extremely grateful for my athletes and the effort they bring, day in and day out.
You may be asking yourself, "Where is this guy going with all of this?"
Well, have no fear.  I am coming to the end of this rambling.

I want to share a video with you all of my client and friend, Dr. Sam Sneed of Next Level Chiropractic breaking through one of these said barriers.  
And trust me....this one is most definitely a physical AND mental task!
(BTW...You'll hear me doing my JOB when Sam questions himself.  Hahaha.)


Sam was not the only one to blow old PR's out of the water.  Sam's business partner, Dr. Dave Yancey also set a new record box jump along with fellow Strictly Strength'ers, Erik Ditmer(40" @ age 100, as he put it.) and Melissa Bustama who jumped on a 24" box for the very first time, and then continued to stack bumpers on top!!
Great job, crew!!!  
Thanks for relentless work ethic you all bring. 

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