How do we adapt to this new world we live in? Do we go online? Shift strategies? Pivot and change careers? Today, Corey Beasley and I discuss what it actually looks like to evolve and innovate, and why done is better than perfect.
Also in this episode:
- Tapping your network to gain the skills you lack
- The importance of defining and “knowing” your niche
- Starting your own business – is the reward worth the nonsense?
- Prototypes, software updates and constant improvement
Corey is the founder of FightCampConditioning.com. He has been coaching for 20+ years and works with some of the best fighters from the UFC, Bellator, ADCC and more. His ability to combine unconventional training methods with time tested strategies has allowed him to create fun and effective training programs for his athletes.
While we’re on the topic of training programs, I’ll let you in on a secret… I was initially averse to online coaching. But as you’ll hear in this episode, I evolved that mindset because I wanted to help more people. Having found this new avenue, Corey and I collaborated on a program called Savage & Simple. If you want to check out our 12-week plan complete with weekly training schedules, tutorials, templates and more, head to brettbartholomew.net/savageandsimple.
Finally, we just finished our first apprenticeship of the summer and are getting ready for our next. If you’re ready to get back out there and engage in some hands-on learning, join us August 29th-30th in Chicago. Click here for more information!
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Via his website: https://fightcampconditioning.com/
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