In this episode I tell a few stories of how I trained through my baseball career. The focus was always working harder and harder to make it to the next level, and my goal here is to give people an honest view of just what it takes.
In this episode I talk about corrective work and why literally EVERY single person should be doing it. Create good habits in moving better by programming it in as often as possible, no matter what level you're at
Special Guest - Shana Alverson
My first of many conversations with World Record Weightlifter, 4x CrossFit Games and Professional Grid athlete (and SO much more!) Shana Alverson!
Hear us talk candidly about her upbringing, her impressive music career, her competitive spirit, and what has helped drive her to be so successful at all she does.
The Living With Courage Project #1:
Spend a weekend in the woods with Josh Courage, learning to appreciate all that nature has offer.
One night full emersion "nature connection"
Full day basics to survival
One night cookout and camping
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"Appreciate What You Have"
This episode was recorded out in the woods!
In this episode I offer an exercise to help you quickly appreciate how lucky you are to have all that you do. Also, how to not take all those things for granted.
"Truly Want It"
In this episode I delve into what it means to truly want something in your life. I tell the story of the winter before I signed my professional baseball contract. I offer some thoughts on self-honesty and how to take steps to committing more seriously towards your goals and dreams.
In this episode I get into some detail on what it means to focus, why it's so important for improvements, and how to go about getting better at it. We all understand how to practice physical skills, but practicing how to use your brain to help the physical part is just as, and possibly MORE important.
First Guest! Justin Cronk, coach, developer of young athlete and all around great guy is here.
In this episode we talk coaching, working with people in general, what it takes to be a good athlete, and so much more! While most of the information is geared towards baseball, anyone can take this information and make it useful to them. Enjoy!
Why I Think Barbell Training Should Universally Be used.
In this episode I talk about my upbringing as a trainer and strength coach, all that i've learned, and why I have settled into the programming templates I use today.
Are you truly fulfilled? In this eposide I talk about understanding what being fulfilled means, how important it is, and how to go about achieving it.
Welcome to Living With Courage and some insight into hopw to appraoch your goals so that you can get the most out of them.