Danny Lesslie

The Power of the Morning

Before your day, do you. Waking up and spending some time on yourself is a recipe for success. For the longest time, I tried to sleep as long as I could. I tried to get every minute of sleep possible, then I would freak out, grab my clothes, and rush off to wherever the hell

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The Egg

“Every crack is also an opening. When in the midst of great change, it is helpful to remember how a chick is born. From the view of the chick, it is a terrifying struggle. Confined and curled in a dark shell, half-formed, the chick eats all its food and stretches to the contours of its

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Stimulus

A large part of our coaching responsibility in class is creating a context around the day. The workout of the day can be applied to each athlete, but it may look very different to the untrained eye. The key to the whole equation is the relative fitness of each athlete. Each person has the need

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Breadth

Are you able to display a vast array of physical skills? How is your flexibility? How is your strength? How is your cardiovascular endurance? How about your agility? Are these things you think about before you head to the gym? Are you concerned about the depth of your fitness? What drives your workout planning? How

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Oh, Maya!

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Thank you for this, Maya Angelou. Thank you, thank you, and thank you. In our journeys, it is so commonplace to be concerned with progress and achievement that the simple

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