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Defining a Philosophy and Core Principles

If you watch major professional sports, you can see the philosophy of the team, or should be able to, every time that you watch them.  I am a big soccer fan and a fan of the Tottenham Hotspurs.  I know when they play that will play a high line and be very forward and aggressive in their offensive attacks.  The philosophy is a total commitment to attacking soccer and the high line is one of those principles.  Falling back Read More

Jonathan Garcia eyes the World title

Jonathan Garcia eyes the World title

04/01/2024 6 Pack Lapadat 0

USA 66 kg National Champion Jonathan Garcia discusses his difficult upbringing, the end of his Olympic dream, his comeback in Powerlifting, unofficially breaking the World record at US Nationals, and the battle with Pana and the rest of the 66s that lay ahead. Hosted by 6 Pack Lapadat

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As Many as Possible for as Long as Possible

A paper titled this was published in the “Sport Psychologist” journal and it looked at the developmental program that produced 6 professional soccer players out of the 40 participants.  More striking was the 35 out of 40 that carried on participating in sport into adulthood.  One of these professionals is Erling Haaland, one of the world’s best. Sports can be broken down into the three P’s; performance, participation, and physical activity.  Too many programs and coaches only seem Read More

Austin Perkins: Moving on from Atwood to Russ, Worlds with Kjell, Sheffield, his end game

Austin Perkins: Moving on from Atwood to Russ, Worlds with Kjell, Sheffield, his end game

03/23/2024 6 Pack Lapadat 0

USA Worlds Team member and 74 kg National Champion Austin Perkins returns to KOTL to discuss breaking Taylor Atwood’s record, the 74s of the World, how Kjell has become a threat towards winning Sheffield, moving on from a showdown with Taylor Atwood, clashing with Russel Orhii at World Games, who’s era we are in, what he needs to be considered the BOAT, and much more! Hosted by 6 Pack Lapadat

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