On how the fallacy of small numbers can lead to bad coaching practices.
A social media post about changing the conversation about effective coaching.
A proper definition of force in the coach-athlete relationship context. What force should and should not be.
My mentor’s explanation of why we should love our athletes, and how that relates to better coaching practices.
How celebrating small victories properly can help boost motivation in the gym and affect development positively.
A friend’s meditation on how amazing people are, and how it’s up to us to see their potential by moving past our emotional biases.
On why the word try can and often is detrimental to performance and development.
And in my search for content about gymnastics, movement, self-love and all the components of Invert City, I found what could be the future of African Gymnastics.
After a few days of respite from the strain of the screen on my eyes and a much-needed recess from the stress of having to write content for several sites …
Fear is a compelling feeling. It governs much of our natural behaviour; it is, at times, an engine for behaviour that we often misunderstand. Many see it as something that we need to eradicate from our experiences or that we should not have by some philosophical reason or other.