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HOW TO BE LIKE BATMAN PART#1: Mental Training and Physical Conditioning

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.

-Albert Einstein

What does it really mean to be like Batman?

Not the part about punching crime in the face while dressed up as a giant bat.  

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Learning to Love and Serve in My Marriage

So many people search for ways to serve others outside of their home.  But sometimes the opportunity to love and serve people can be found within your own home.   704 more words

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How Many Arrows Should I be Shooting?

I got an email from one of my Olympic Recurve students who ask the above question. It was in the context of getting a bit fatigues at the end of an indoor 600 round (60 arrows, 10-0 scoring). 581 more words

For All Coaches

The Beginning of a Long and Bumpy Ride

Today is Zach’s first day of physical training for the Army, and it’s finally starting to sink in that he’s going through with it all. I don’t know why I thought even for a second that he wouldn’t, but he had changed his mind about what he wanted to do a million times before. 478 more words

What is a strenuous life?

A strenuous life can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. To Theodore Roosevelt it was about constantly challenging himself. From hunting the rugged wilderness of the Rocky Mountains to charging up San Juan Hill, he was always testing his physical limits. 211 more words

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable”

– Socrates

#MustRead New Health Basic: Digital-Media Literacy via @ExperienceLife

PILAR GERASIMO · DECEMBER 2014
Founding editor, Pilar Gerasimo, discusses why media literacy matters to health seekers.

When we think about “health basics,” we think about things like diet, exercise, and washing our hands after we sneeze. 682 more words

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