You learn by studying. Observation and action are also a form of study. So, your surroundings matter. What you observe and study matters.
I surround myself with brilliant clinicians and teachers, and I try to integrate every sound bite of brilliance I can catch.
When you think you know enough, you don’t. Know more.
I surround myself with people stronger than I, so my technique can be picked apart as I load proper patterns.
“The belt is only a performance tool. Build authentic stability. If you’re using the belt for stability, you shouldn’t be lifting that weight.”
– Jason Kapnick, Elite Powerlifter
When you think you’re strong enough, you’re not. Do more.
When you think you’ve studied enough, you haven’t. Study more.
I surround myself with patients, colleagues, and friends that inspire me in myriad ways. A life of complacency is not one that drives me.
I will always want this burning feeling of wanting to know more, do more, be more. My surroundings help maintain that feeling.
And I’ve never been happier.
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A little from Dr. Dan, a little from Lisa but always a lot of good stuff!