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Best Olympus High podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Olympus High podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Riley Jensen (Twitter: @rileyjensen) has been playing or coaching high school and collegiate football for more than 27 years. Over the past (7) years he has been part owner and co-founder of the Mountain West Elite sports camps which operate in several states. He started as a quarterback at an NCAA D1 school (USU), was named 1st team junior college All-American QB (Snow College), coached football at a Division 1 program (NC State), and has coached several successful Salt Lake City area high ...
 
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Use words like Brave and Courageous this week when you describe any failure of your own or someone else’s. For every time you fell short, notice how it was brave or courageous. Remind yourself that it takes guts to do what you did. Be authentic. Whatever your field, whatever your endeavor, whatever your career… do the best you can with what you hav…
 
Take your time as you learn these techniques and trust the process. Not all anxiety and stress needs to be considered a negative experience. A key component to anxiety is understanding it, and harnessing it for your own good. The used today have been proven effective with elite and world class athletes around the world. The key is practice and pati…
 
Today we will use a visualization of walking into a pantry of mental chatter. We will take our thoughts off of the shelf and examine them, to find out if they are true. Generally asking ourselves three questions can help us determine if we keep a thought or throw it out. Where did that thought come from? Is it true? How is it working for me? If any…
 
A significant way to battle anxiety and stress is to stay in the moment. So often we fly into the future with “what if?” thoughts in the future that cause us anxiety, when really we could substitute thoughts of “even if” to reduce stress. We also seem to fly into the past with thoughts of “woulda, coulda, shoulda” that seems to give us feelings of …
 
We are living in trying times. Never in the history of the world have we seen and had to adjust to something like this. We are jostled, we are uncomfortable, we are a little bit fearful, and we are being forced into some different habits. Let’s make those habits meaningful. Let’s use these habits to make believers out of others. Let’s make our dail…
 
The science is clear, without rest and recovery…you are more likely to get fatigued. There is an increase of stress and tension. Overall, you will process things slower. All of these can lead to decreased performance. It can also lead to injury and illness. And we all know that in sport and in the workplace, your best ability is availability. Make …
 
In essence, the phrase “go first” allows you to practice being uncomfortable. Getting comfortable being uncomfortable is one of the best ways to build confidence. The phrase “go first” allows you to be authentic, vulnerable, and courageous. Going first causes people to want to follow you and to work with you. The phrase “go first” will allow you to…
 
Somehow, we were able to defeat Bites The Dust and release an episode that should technically have been released two weeks ago. Intro music done by Ross Bugden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnPLbKmYCKQ Outro music: Poppers and Prosecco Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecomm…
 
Here are a few things that I think we can control. Attitude, effort, enthusiasm, nutrition, sleep, preparation, and maybe most importantly, we can control our reaction to our circumstances. We can control our breathing. We can control how we frame our situation. And ultimately, we have control of our gratitude. How cool is that? That’s it. It’s tha…
 
So today, when you are struggling. Get moving and start working. When it’s tough, keep going. If it’s difficult, persevere. If you feel like quitting, press on. When they tell you that you can’t do it, ignore them. This particular storm that you are facing may be the exact reason that you reach your full potential. Face the storm, take a deep breat…
 
They knew that whether the criticism was positive or negative, they just needed the information so they could get better. The great one’s always want the info. Some coaches, and some bosses for that matter, are better at delivering criticism than others. Why do you care? I ask athletes all the time what the difference is between constructive critic…
 
If you are leading a team, or if you are coaching yourself, know what the strengths and weaknesses are. If you are the coach, put the players in positions to succeed based on their strengths. If you are your own coach, make sure that you are focused on developing your strengths as much, if not more, than you focus on your weaknesses. Finding these …
 
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