Trainer’s Toolbox Podcast Episode 011 – What Rudy did Wrong

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Welcome to the trainers toolbox podcast for fitness professionals where we harness the power of synergy through understanding and acheive excellence through education.  Podcasting out of Alpena Michigan I am your host Casey Stutzman, Head trainer at Bay Athletic Club, Master Instructor for TRX and an Ignite Performance Master Trainer.  On today’s show we are talking about what Rudy the famous Nortre Dame football player did wrong……
Welcome to the trainers toolbox podcast for fitness professionals where we harness the power of synergy through understanding and acheive excellence through education.  Podcasting out of Alpena Michigan I am your host Casey Stutzman, Head trainer at Bay Athletic Club, Master Instructor for TRX and an Ignite Performance Master Trainer.  On today’s show I want to talk about Rudy and Joe Montana
The Rudy Story
  • spent 5 years working his butt off in something he was not good at
  • got one play in one game
  • Montana did the same thing but in something he was good at
    • won 5 superbowl rings
when you get a report card with 2 A’s and a D which grade do you focus on?
  • we live in a society that focuses on weakness and failures
  • if i’m a 2 at something and I work my tail off I at best can hope to bring it up to a 5-6
Find what your good at and play to your strengths
  •      find what your a 7 at and work just as hard but when your done your a 9 and 9’s are rock stars
That wraps up another episode of the Trainer’s Toolbox podcast, thank you again for joining us.  If you want more be sure to head over to CaseyStutzman.com and click Join the brigade to subscribe to our free content list.  While your there we would love to hear your comments on this episode and suggestions you have for future episode topics.    Join us in 2 weeks for our next episode where we will be kicking off the EPIC Flow Trilogy
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