Mike and Caleb talk about their "white belt moments". After listening to this week's episode, let us know what YOUR white belt moment was! You can email it to ModernEraFitnessPodcast@Gmail.com, or send via social media (@MEFPodcast). Thanks for listening! Want to help out the show? Give us a Like, Share, and Review.
Time to gather around the campfire. Mike and Caleb play a casual game of 20 Questions and learn a bit more about each other. Listen as they talk about everything under the sun, including *but not limited to* fitness and martial arts. Thanks for listening in. If you enjoy, please like, share, and review. If you have questions or comments, email the guys at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com, or contact them on social media (@MEFPodcast). Be Healthy. Be Safe.
Ever heard of the 80/20 principle? Maybe. Ever apply it to your martial arts journey? You should. Listen in as Mike explains how to get the most effectiveness out of your efforts and not waste your time. Have a question for MEF? Email them at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com. You can also reach them on social media (@MEFPodcast). Help us spread our message by becoming a patron on Patreon.com/modernerafitness, or by liking, sharing, and reviewing the show! Thanks for listening.
Whether we know it or not, we often prevent ourselves from reaching the very goals that motivate us. The reasons why are so many and varied that I wouldn't even know where to begin in listing them.
Fear keeps many people from experiencing fun and new things in life. The truth is, scary things happen, but should we let that control our life?
With the increased use of social media as a marketing tool, more and more martial arts schools and gyms are increasing their exposure to prospective students/clients. Given the increase in public visibility, it's important to remember that "with great power comes great responsibility".
If you’ve trained in martial arts for an extended period, you’ve likely heard of, and likely experienced, the dreaded "plateau". We've been working hard, but not seeing the progress we once were. The same demon shows up in any self-improvement modality, whether it’s martial arts, strength training, competitive sport training, intrapersonal enrichment, meditation, etc.