When we are immersed in physical activity, we are in the present moment and the present moment is the only place where we can learn about ourselves.
When we experience something that has an emotional attachment, we store that experience in our long term memory.
Sport is a very powerful tool to reproduce stress.
Sport has both mental and physical benefits.
A 2014 study at Stanford University found that by just walking 20/30 minutes per day, creative output increased by 60%, compared to those that didn’t walk.
No. Sport is only used to create self-awareness. You are not here to become an Olympian, just the best version you can be.
Whatever intensity you would like it to be. Every day is different and our drive to exercise will be different every time we meet. You choose exactly how hard you want to work based on how you’re feeling. There are, of course, many benefits to exercising, and we will be guided by you.
No. You can work on your own or you can join a group of like-minded individuals looking to make positive changes in their lives. If you are ambitious, you want to become a better leader and you want to know how to deal with stress, then please just get in touch.
This is a leadership program, not a personal training program. Sport plays a part in creating opportunities for self-awareness, but it is not the focus.
Too many people confuse leadership with drive and being a workaholic. Those with more balanced lives will always be more productive.