All About Health, Fitness and Helping Others
I grew up in Centerville, a neighborhood in Camden, New Jersey. Growing up in Camden made me the person I am today. It was a community that had pride and the lessons I learned growing up there instilled the values I carry with me today. It is my desire to give back to my ‘mother land’.
EXTENDING YOUR SHELF LIFE…
IT’S NOT JUST A GAME, IT’S A LIFESTYLE!
We are thrilled to be partnering with NPH USA to help raise awareness and support through their new merchandise shop! Visit us at https://still4life.com/shop-nph-usa/. NPH USA is a wonderful organization that transforms the lives of vulnerable...read more
Your Smile—A Gift to Share WHEN someone gives you a beaming smile, how do you respond? Most likely you smile back. And you probably feel happier too. Yes, genuine smiles—whether from friends or total strangers—are infectious, and they evoke good feelings. A sincere...read more
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, including Chiefs staff, Chiefs Cheerleaders, KC Wold, Chiefs Ambassadors, and Red Coaters volunteered at Harvesters to pack "BackSnacks" for local children to combat weekend hunger. I had a great time surrounded by selfless...read more
THREE MORE DAYS AND COUNTING for the release of Mind Over Head Chatter!! Co-authored with Greg Justice, in this book we share with you the research and insights into the makings of the world's best athletes over many decades, and what made them champions in their...read more
Coach Mike Ditka gave his insight on the true meaning of SUCCESS. SUCCESS is synonymous with HAPPINESS, not money. "Getting to a point in life where you are really comfortable about who you are - by the way you live your life, by the way you treat people, by the way...read more
In my last blog post, I talked about your “WHY”…the purpose for doing what you do. Today I want to talk about passion. Passion is the fuel for positive emotions and higher performance levels in the world of sports. Passion influences an athlete's ultimate...read more
One of the most important things an athlete can do is to build a solid foundation, and I’m not just talking about your workout routine. Of course it’s important to train your body, but you also need to train your mind…that’s right, you need to “get your mind...read more
I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while now. I’m working on a new book and sports psychology program with my friend, Greg Justice, and decided to kick things off by starting a blog. From personal experience, I can tell you that athletes are often asked to...read more