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#832 - Vinny Shoreman

2016-08-10 | 🔗
Vinny Shoreman is a mind coach and kickboxing & muay thai commentator and coach.
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Rogan experience join my day, Joe Rogan Podcast, my name all day and we live. Then we sound so fake. It's always hard to get these things started. It's always hard to just just start talking not hard, but I'm learning from you that the way you define things in your own mind all about the language language you use, yeah, where you define things can oftentimes shape exactly how those things manifest themselves in real life right yeah. You say more about yourself than what you actually know. That's why my coaching comes in you say more about yourself yeah! Well,
we give away a lot. He was sometimes it doesn't make sense to talk about something and the saying that the really positive about something and then you think that doesn't match up. So it's a bit like a barking, Peg, Pixton bark so just doesn't make sense. That's how I define anyway, but I think of mine, are barking pair one I had to throw in the filter. Mark fuck. Is you talking about like mushroom days, I'm afraid yeah it's a is a very interesting thing. We just did. We just did some called timeline therapy that you were telling me about that Joe Schilling told me about Ian Mccall got interested in it what you what you, what if for folks, have never heard of any before then he's been on the podcast before even is a mental coach in a hypnotist and before
our first session, the last time you came on the podcast I was like, I don't know about all this hipness his stuff, maybe just a bunch of fucking, crazy people and people talk to them and I mean you for sure I've seen those televangelists that put their hands on people on the go into spasms, may fall down on the floor and they claim to be cured of illnesses. Yeah. That's the spam hysteria isn't. What is that thanks? Bollocks is Publix Full Shannon. What's is it really is something going on with some of those people is. I think it is it not excite does within that. It's it's a positive one, but is a hypnotic site. They get the. So anyone that does that I've been on a couple of podcast now went on to with a Michael dash radio. No one is stories on the local creepy in the first thing out of the interview is set up, as he did hypnosis, so we're gonna and I come. Aside from fine stout Sora in anime people love to say that though the the I don't, I can't be hypnotized Bro can't get me bro. Well, I don't care find I mean I think
We may have discussed us. The last time we may not have, I think, stand up. Comedy is hypnosis, let's say there, so you know what everything is. Do you know Argentina hypnotic state listening to you, how do you hypnotic state, not listen to music tv having a bass sa rituals whatever. So do you think that the term hypnotic is problematic because people think that it takes away control from you and it puts you into this another world or something like that? Get counted. L, o hypnosis yourself enough, you see, do you self guided only a portion of information as my first teachers that Keith my what's Liverpool Football Club, great guy hi, he said that would only pose an information, so we just got it the way it showed that the pace and which way to go oh you know, yeah doing for that. I said last time. I don't do for all look at me in a non. You know like that. I mean it's fine
if you want to go out with Show- and you want to get involved in that and way great- you have sex of the chair or whatever that's ok for me. I do. I don't do it for that. What do you do it for? I do it because I like people, succeed- and I know it sounds cliche and very hippie- bye, love it. I like people, doing well. I like and like his section as some sort of weird noble side of me, really. I think, when people conquer fear, when people conquer something nothing, there's nothing bad in there. Well, I think one of the things that we talked well, we were doing a timeline. I was talked about some of my experiences when I was younger. That kind of like clung to me, unfortunately, or fortunately, and you know you were talking about your own- and I think that when you had some bad experiences in your life and when you- add some things in your mind that stand out as very men verbal moments in points in your life, those things can kind of they don't just define
but it also can set you up for the future like how you think about other people or how you think about other things, shape your life yeah and having these bad moments and realizing what they were and how they defined, you now gives you motivation to help other people get over their bad moments. Yeah. It's just we Tyerman therapy, which is devised by Todd James and a very, very successful guy outside James Company. My teacher work for them directly, Kolyma guy, so I'm a direct descendant really of that, The technique is amazing. I mean I love it and I said to you earlier: I believe everyone in the world should do it. That's not sales pitch by the way. That's just my opinion. You know, I just think it's fabulous. You know people have things going on like let's saved on Iphone six or an Iphone or whatever. If you don't, you know the apps keep playing over and over again, if there still going on and they're going to take some sort of toll on you when you shut them down and think much Lee
she'll sit down, you save your battery in memory and it shapes your life. You know why I've been saying that for awhile it turns out it doesn't suddenly just some you just been fluted main yeah, it's not like a computer where computer is constantly. Has these things running in the background and it's using up resources and battery power, apparently with phones. It does not do that Malacca, defragmentation you're going to be confusing. You defrag it that then instead, so that's my app thing on. I want it right right right. I did too. I used to use that as an example, but some dude who actually knows what he's talking about corrected me it just technology. Don't we have, we cannot. We must plow for it except our defeat, it now yeah and yeah, but I think that you, you know your your own. Personal experiences is one of the reasons why you become a coach, not just a mind coach, but a martial arts coach and that these it appearances of net,
have moments in your life where you've overcome them, and you realize I can help someone else who is in that store same situation. Yeah course is. You know, he's just looking like she's just it's nice to just say it's a small boat and pull, and you know if people believe that the sometimes I mean got there is problems safe. You know, not gonna lie in somethings account solve number Moses right there is. There is things that You know if you can help somebody out and it can get rid of it or change the way they think Ie Joe Schilling. When he did time, I throw his relationship with his dad was miles better before he passed away. Isn't that pretty powerful yeah Joe talked about it on the podcast? You talked about it. Just it's completely changed his whole perception of his relationship with his dad, who is dad was in his life and just he let it all go and just helped him tremendously more. Can you say, then that really is
ouch, meaning Mccall is sent in no, they didn't get a fight with Justin Scoggins and not because of the way whatever I name was saying that his life was changed since the one time line therapy. In doing that, you know what with me not just Thoman Terrapin, not just it now she's with my coach and general cause is multi faceted ray, and he said he's lives, changed he's a different person. People have noticed, you know. So that's for me. It's great news I think. Sometimes it just takes the realization of what's been fucking with you that to realize what it is, then you have it in your mind and then you can kind of look at it for what it really is. Instead of this, like thing that's playing in background that you can't quite identify or you know it exists, but you ignore it and you just you, don't you don't ever get over it yeah. He says he's in
denied a client near the week called joy, she's, eighty years of age, and she was going to a wedding in Spain for a grandson and she was beside herself. She was terrified, you know we did it just a few things. You know a little things to make. You consider different ways of looking at the anxiety she was getting his hands. I is basically a message for the unconscious mind is to focus on what you want, because, if you're in an anxious state, you focus on what you don't want right. Yes, if levels of it, of course, we she was focusing on what may go wrong sentence. Analysts will going to weddings or celebrations to people's matrimony. Whatever I read, it's gonna be nice in there that it as she was a folk so much. We focus pronounce a change dot and like she was happy and she went to the wedding and it said- and I was going to me, she's eighty years of age in man going to Lowes a wet and, let's be honest right, but it for me the job itself a
what he said about my ex transforms people. You know when I adore it. No, I know you do I really do you really it for it comes out of you when you do you really do love it. It seems to me that human things don't really live long enough to figure out what this is. You know. I think that is one of the major problems that a lot of us have. We have a certain amount of momentum that comes from our childhood, whether it's good or bad. An we file that momentum into our adulthood sometimes trying to hit the break sometimes trying to correct the course and oftentimes using things like alcohol or drugs or gambling, or anything to distract us from the pain of whatever the instability, whatever whatever it is, it's fucking with us and then
to be a certain age. You realize, like I'm, barely figuring this thing out and I'm almost dead yeah. Well, you know it's. The last thing he's not let you know sign another paper your own pace. No, no, we should Donna yeah. You know you definitely don't want that, but you also you do you will I think well, this is this big thing that people will talk about like living in the moment it is a very It's a very difficult thing to do. For some strange reason: yeah cool, says yeah because he you worried about tomorrow, right yeah. I went about later on worried about yesterday you what about? Yes? Are you worried about last year date and I'm not stops what and he said amendment groups tend to walk in a cloud you trying coming with all these long Doug statements and write these things. You know right because I think now one does with under the Dalai Lama doesn't, but that's a problem with religion,
religion with religion that one of the bigger issues is that the people that are sort of proselytizing or the people that are promoting it, though, there in some ways, many of them, especially priests and things along those lines, which is why it's so disappointing? When you hear about child sex abuse once priest there pretending to be something wholly in special and above you, which is why they can bestow this knowledge point you why they can they're talking directly from God World peasants in this weird exchange MIA, not conduits. Are they right or not? You know when think of thing, get get delusions of grandeur. I think you are right, people do you know, and I've met. You know I've met you and then I'm a fan of yours and I really enjoyed that. I think I, like I said before. No, but when Hough do I love you know Russell Brand, brilliant. You know and talk to run the country can Joe when a and then you know that that you know the the companion and all the fights twenty and I love the tell me what I like it the way, the normal. I don't think he I don't think
it gives the right to try and walk on water yeah. I'm well known. I've got I've been spotted a few times because of your show, even in Thailand, and that, but I still wouldn't be any different right. Well, you you especially 'cause you're, so aware of these traps them find sat yeah. It is a weird Dan is that we do in this life we're trying to sort of manage the mind. Figure out what it is, that's holding you back or helping you or you know just sort of guide yourself through this existence: nine time, Turning your unconscious mind, trying to help you decipher it wrongly. I think it's the east, at the language that you mind, speaks all get into on the stand they to move away from chaos like I said we're going to do a technique, many thought so right, just one everybody not to be driving. When doing this all operate any machinery we're going detecting folks bank. So you see an ex you know when I want to share the because you know: okay, all
it's not easy life in easy, not in life, isn't easy. You get also it's easy in bursts exactly you can give me going along uh, so neat site sideswiped by something you know I mean, and and can you know not you for sex, but you know it saves us about trying to calm the chaos down and then you know just get you mind, settle and give yourself even a few moments of peace. Even a few moments of peace in the day would be. You know it would be beneficial to everybody. I think you know that's why I think anyway, you know my opinion now I agree. What it's worth I agree, I think we could all use some peace and reflection. So that's a big thing and I think, like me, Many of us are in in a lot of ways are a prisoner of doubt and fear. Those are those are two big factors in the but people's lives and a lot
people's response to doubt and fear, is to not do anything to not to any chances to try to live safe, to try to live like very, very controlled and simple existence. But then you miss out on miss out on the like. Just living life without fear doesn't mean, there's not going to be moments where you're scared and taking Chan. This is because those moments when you do take Chan, so you do something new and it could be as simple as like being uh fifty year old man, starting JU, Jitsu or fifty year old woman. You know starting a martial arts class or something some like. I can't believe I'm doing this, but those moments where you put yourself into vulnerable hold positions can be very beneficial for you. So it's not a matter of avoiding every and that causes. You fear it's a matter of embracing the uncertainty of life and try.
Going to experience it with as much positive iti and is much open, yes, and as much with with his least resistance as possible, everything was new ones yeah. So every you know you do you everyone's done something let something the first time the first time, if that makes sense, yeah you know, and and me, so people don't understand. Is there a massive massive amounts successes you've had in your life that you thought was impossible tying ulice riding a bike for me driving. I was awful driving Wash I don't know. I was just one of those things that got into me had that I was really shot me down. Com unlimited of a car. I love rubbish along expression. The I was rubbish at an unknown, so they have to basically do it, because I I live far away from the kids and now I can try even an eight. It was something else a chance to read
push myself to do what I think we're we're all a collection of successes trying to find your life writing the date right. You know wall what reeking of telling the time you know these loans are things. We were too busy kicking the shit out of ourselves about what we've done wrong. You know for me, when I watched huh be home fight last time when she thought she look. Shell shocked and that's my opinion. She looked shell shocked. Do you think she was perhaps shell shocked by the LOS to Miesha, Tate and then jumping right back into the octagon? Or do you think that was she was fighting a very, very difficult opponent? Both ' 'cause Valentina is a valenty szewczenko. The woman who she fought is one of the most experienced strikers in all of MMA period. All the sister was on a infusion season, six with us in Thailand, so she is from Peru. Ethics lives in Peru, but now she sees russian. I understand that, but she still look shell shot. You know I mean, and I think that
is part of the process. I mean, I think, in a lot of gyms 'cause, it's macho because it's fighting and yeah you'll be alright, put on the baby. Are you did great today if you have that deem it like? This is like you do in a white wash and you pull your whites in and then you put your white served. Almost under condition of I've got my diet right, I'm on point from away blah blah blah more coats at Bj's, great or whatever, or boxing or whatever the sport, maybe or even it is not support. You know your boss or whatever, and then all of a sudden you put one red sock in your wash. Everything goes pink, so the in little thought that can in fact you so you say, ideas, you might sit there and the loneliest places I think fights and won and lost in the changing rooms. I think that's my opinion of fires did lose in the changing rooms. You have one song, like a thought, the mime whispers, something it becomes a shower and also a new drug it with the mod fighters. Fights can be lost yet, but no matter how positive you thinking is now fighting Anderson Silva in Europe in his prime yeah, your
probably find it yeah there is that that's why I said he's not a guarantee using the mind cloud. Isn't a guarantee you're going to win for me a small help, a stomach issues not gonna make you wait, but it's a massive hill yeah. Of course it is, I mean I I mean I know the benefits of it. You know the benefits of it, because it's a little bit of late notice, Joe's in the benefit of it in his life, as well as any fun in you know. Liam Harrison is a good friend of mine, told him motioning over people of what, with all the people work in the future, it does give you a bunch of nerds and self doubt is a massive hole in your boat. If you're going to do something where you have to have confidence for everything in life. Yes, indeed, that's one of the things that I like about fighting is that it's so condensed it's it's a very extreme situation, it's it's sort of problem, solving condensed to one of the most intense versions of it that we possibly can experience other than war.
Yeah war, probably being the most intense version of problem solving, but your prison thing with all these incredibly diff gold challenges and you have to figure your way through it an and with a poor, mine said or a a faulty mind the your your your it's like, having a flat tire or having bad breaks. It's a key you're traveling in a very poor various way. You have a lot of holes in whatever method of a distribution that your thoughts- and their actions are or passing through you know your system, your cyst, of life like who you are the way think about things when you think about yourself, where you would think about other people like that shapes all the results. All the interactions that you have with people are shaped the things that I've always said about like a lot of these interactions that police officers have with people like how many of these interactions would be completely different with a more
calm police officer, a better person, who's better at handling people and how many of 'em are shaped by someone who's, just not that smart or authoritarian or doesn't know how to read people. Well, it does not. It did broach a conversation while already any SOS battling with something in their own mind. Yes, so that was a dating something the narrow mind what we talked about limit listed with the movie. I probably people first takes the pale we sell to the chinese light on the top of the status of it she's Islam, lady. She is he's gone, but not as radical empanadas on and you know what talking rubbish and he's he's he's given in lots of grief and blah blah blah, but it went beyond all is something which was upsetting her right now, the Box Box, what you come across a law in time line already in anything Raley's. There are actually told the not really tell people not let behave, businesses and Klay shed and I'll pay tell an lp chat, but if people are not in Lp Neurolinguistic programming programming, what is that about
Anthony Robbins right yeah? I don't see Robbins and John Grinder and Richard Bandler were the first people to do it. They modeled a hypnotherapist cold Milton Erickson on these Milton Erickson language elements. Maxim is very, very cold therapist in the a very clever mining days, so yeah and then in the is some of the I you some of the you know what I'm you get yeah as you get anything you understand this, you know you do you podcast synergy as you get more and more into it, you get a feel of for it and that's what you do with my job with the mind cultures, they gotta figure. I don't always use hypnosis. I do use it now. It's been always 'cause, it's not always necessary, getting people thinking reframe in something, and so we thought of it like that and move that out the way and that's changes, people's opinions and and can have massive, a fax on them. So the more people you inner interact with the more people. You apply these techniques to the better, your understanding of how these techniques work yeah. Although
our understanding of people yeah, I think you've got be at sort of people as well doing this job. I think you've got to be I'm not saying a massively know. Loads of stuff. I don't know orbitz about things. You know, and I don't pretend to know about a lot of things he's, just about just beat out to communicate with people in and actually get the you know. Actually gotten paid people pretty much want the same things. You know what I mean everyone wants to live life is, is does excite and all about as easy as possible. You know, and I used it- and it's like it's like I said Before- he's just about language I just about deciphering the language, what they're actually talk and not even really as easy as possible, cuz there's a lot of people want a life full of sure, but what they don't want to do is trip over themselves like if you have a difficulty in say: you're going to climb a mountain, I would think the climbing a mountain is difficult enough. It's hard! You have to figure out what way to grip. You have to
strong hands and strong feet. You have to have an overall awareness of your body and balance, and you have to be physically fit enough to build a pull yourself and climb up this mountain if you're paralyzed with fear if you are consumed with self doubt, if you were overrun with guilt, if you body is just dealing with the mines, look at all the hearts of your past, that's that that's just didn't become power owns whatever difficulty in a makes. It way. Worse now will tell us what that stuff's. What you know people come to me. Well off the fights in the you know. The the talk about the last fight is still involved in it. Yes, you know they don't sit positives from an outside, take the positives and you blah blah blah artist. You know, but it's hard to say it's hard to do rather say see all things reason sign out of today. Yeah I mean let's go with the moon right. Basically, you know the man is it, and so you just for me, he's like just just
the passengers to sometimes forget something. You know I mean and just move on right: okay, dot somewhat! You learn all in the system. This will not the point, not slow it in you know when we was doing time line therapy. You know there was things you learn from the situation. There is room, don't you not you the UFC comments, a full stomach on a lot he's got you well. You've got all because of the things at the moment. You know some people do get consumed by faith, which is why I that's what I like to change. You know I want to change the yeah there's the with this. Big problem that a lot of people have where they define themselves by their past. They look at their past. They don't think they could ever grow from that. They think that is. Who yeah, I'm that loser on the guy who crashed his car on that guy, that you know what Where was that yeah, my mom and dad never did it so that phone yeah I would like to much. Money is
of all evil. Only if you have money- and they saw you know you can you know you have to tread on people to be a success- Asus cliche to say it just pop bought from nowhere. Yeah. That's a real weird one that comes up a lot, but almost like it's impossible to be successful and altruistic that you that money is acquired only by stepping on other people and fucking over people in anybody. That's really big in business, that once from someone who's, actually it's very smart person, it said show me someone who's really good in business and I guarantee they fuck someone over and I'm like that. As every day that's, that's a scapegoat, that's a scapegoat for your own financial failure. In the moment, you get the more money you have the more people. You can help is that for sure, there's more opportunity for yeah? You might yeah, and I just thought so I believe I don't believe in hello. Thank is Klay Shade. The other thing about money is to just to keep people down. I think not the existed. You know the man is a long ways to keep people down to keep people just that
Brian keep them in the place, while it's also self above, like self prescribed to a lot of people, do it to them self, assuming no one's doing it to you just want to want to give yourself will excuse for not going after whatever your goals are or not pursuing whatever interests, you actually have an just playing it safe that playing it safe. I think a big part of that is what we were talking about earlier. Is this this need to avoid any further pain. Yeah. You know one thing, one thing: that's what Japan is like you're not allowed to. Like yourself, I mean you know: you're not allowed to be not a fan of yourself. It's alright, do you have fun and laugh at yourself and not take yourself massively tissues, but other things that you want to be serious. You should be supporting yourself less than one hundred percent supported sabotage, which is a saying which I believe it's true. You know we're not supporting yourself, you sabotage your, not only you, but you sabotaging everybody else around. You know I think people struggle with that
be in all right to the cells in of the league, so easy to. You know I'm and stupid among our top there's yeah, there's only so easily swallow, but you you know, people beat become used to it right, nothing and then they want to be a success. It is makes sense. Not I recently that you know these the you know, people that want to to fight on the nickel, LAS Refi and blah blah blah, and then you find out what they did on to the run up on what you do on drunk but two weeks old, hello, well, yeah, rice. Now, if you don't live and it and if you're not, you know, you know, you know really immersing yourself and in every way in the language that you speak to yourself and in the way that you do everything else. Once you expect your mind is not going to support you. If you don't support it, yeah, that was one of the things that I I felt when John Jones tested positive for cocaine. Three weeks out of his fight with Daniel Cormier was like, like he's not even as I looked only thing wrong with doing, I don't know, if it's
thing wrong with doing cocaine. I just I don't think it's a positive drug, but some people enjoy it. Some, you enjoy drinking, I enjoy drinking. I don't think that's positive drug necessarily either. So I don't know because I don't have experience with cocaine, but that's not something you're suppose doing three weeks outside of a world title fight with one of the best wrestlers in the sport, one of the it's difficult challenges: you've ever faced your professional career and you're out doing blow just twenty one days before that's crazy yeah. So sometimes the most talented, take the gifts that they've been given and just abused in a way I'm I'm at Shawn Jones Ease is different to say, least come away early each age, just it was a dot in the army, was good, was kind of only in briefly uh. Where was it I'm in Russia, at the legend there, to show their yeah. It was just it was very sort of. It was all over the place bouncing around, and I just just don't expect
seems to be like that explain. What do you mean by all over the place? Bouncer just really just said to me: hi blue eyes. I was like hello, I Marcel from dangerous and I'm not. I was like hi. I just found it a bit strange maybe I think it's around with you. I just found him different Let's just say that I just found him different and I'm trying to read into this and I'm trying to avoid it badly. I don't know him, but him I'm at it was. It was different. Let's put it that way, you know, but if I don't know you never know. What's going on in his life, you don't know. What's going on his life and you could say that about everyone. I could say that about a serial killer. Can you were doing was going to need life? Is not this fall? you know really. I mean there is some things that you shouldn't do you know he shouldn't be doing it, but this reason, if you Listen to John's coaches? They will tell you that run surrounds himself with the wrong people and John
One, is in extreme Greenlee, talented guy, how amazing it's only you, may be one of the most talented guys to ever compete in the sport, an in to be strong mentally too, because despite all of his issues with maybe not preparing, as well as you could, when the chips are down that guy gets through things. He overcomes adversity is not a front row. At least the one broke his toe is in a that was horrific. He's gonna end it. He didn't even realize that was happening, that that happened actually in the fine. Fleury. We stop son in a more impressive performances when he fought Vitor Belford Veto, Arkham completely hyper extended his arm and he would not tap. You know was, Where is title Victor came that close was it for the title. I believe it was mined in non title fight, but Victor came find out. There was a title fight or non title fight either way. Victor came that close to legitimately beating Jon Jones, that close got law
really locked in arm bar that would've made. Ninety percent of the professional fighters in the world tap will not stop makes him who he is, but he, but then it, but he couldn't say notice. It is a title. Phone Jamie just looks really couldn't say: notice, awesome blow. Well, we could say no, you didn't want to get in on exactly how you want to say in the service of this some sort of I don't know if it's weakness, I don't know, there's some sort of weakness, but isn't weakness order? That's why I said I don't know if it is eleven is normal. You should be something you should be doing, but it's also indulgence. It's like he likes to party you know, but then this isn't there also the issue that fighters in particular, especially God, it is a lot of hard gym sessions and a lot of hard fights. They have impulse control problems and those in control problems, I'm obviously not a scientist or a doctor. But when you talk to neurologists in neuroscientist I will tell you that there are direct correlations between head impacts and poor impulse control.
It is absolutely a direct impact and I you know not looking for a scapegoat in my own life, but I've looked back at some of the poor decision. Making that I've done in my life is particularly in my fighting times like that back then I was like a wonderful lot of that was getting hit in the head a lot. I like it can't be good yeah to get kicked in the head. It's never good, not the bad, it's just not good, and so, if you've been kicked in the head or punched in the face or whatever you know any kind of impact, that's the thing about football player, they're saying now. Is it even a shot to the chest even getting tackled like someone ram? Is that you in slams their shoulders into your chest? The brain gets g rassled around you might not have a bruise on your face, but your brain and is receiving essentially the same impact as a punch yeah, especially the my safe yeah. You know it's a shame. You know block people not like
yes, but it is a shame that Jon Jones is gone like that. You know I mean 'cause he's got a lot back on him. He's gotta, look back on him and big buck. You know he's also got to figure out what it is that he took now, but they don't even exactly they have an isolated what he took, but the whole lifestyle it certain most, certainly an issue an it's almost like one of those things where you say you don't know what you've got until it's gone. Well, it was kind of for a little while, but not really, he was always still in the mix and it was always multi million dollar fights are waiting and then he fought over then prove so he's back in the mix, and everything is looking good he's slated to fight at UFC. Two hundred against Daniel Cormier is going to make like ten million bucks. It's going to be giant and then whoosh it's gone for something If you talk to people that are experts in performance enhancing drugs, they will tell you this
Clomiphene is what he got popped for, which is an anti estrogen supplement. That's not even beneficial the only time this stuff is beneficial as a set of essentially when you coming off of steroids, but yeah. He didn't test positive for steroids before or after so it could have been a tainted supplement. It could have been a mistake. It could have been who knows what wacky he was taken? I mean I don't know. I just think that you know people forget that a lot. Sometimes you still go of guidance. You know you still go of a dying to you know to just say: look is not the best thing you should be doing also want to talk to. You know the main: it's that that's not going to be hi five and you could. Going to you know, stick a lot of bugle up your nose. Isn't it harder, though I think for champions, because once they like dominates. I want to kick someones ass, like say, if you fight the most difficult fight of your career, you fight you know, but where is Daniel, Cormier? Whoever it is you dominate him? You win and beautiful fashion, and then
you know you like a god damn it. I am the man and then you just want to do whatever you want to do. After that and its indulgence and yeah hey asan yeah you did is bull, the it comes about you in the office yeah all the time. It does, but God damn it is a fucking story that plays itself out over and over and over and over and over and there's a bunch of these Distraction stories like the Rhonda Rowsey story is ultimately a story of distraction. I mean here's this woman, who is just a freak, write a completely dominant female ass, kicker something we've never had before mean. You know that we had like female fighters before. Like remember, Christy Martin was sort of a yeah like there was like a little bit of it with Laila Ali people were kind of paying attention to her, but no one was paying attention to anyone even remotely on the scale of Rhonda Rowsey. But what happens then? Well all the sudden.
Hollywood opens up the doors he start doing movies you get all these offers you, the darling of talk, shows you're in fucking commercials all the time everybody one to kiss your ass and there's people that are coming up all around you that are assassins and they're. Not getting all this attention. They're just hung. Agree there, not like Holly home when she fought Rhonda was a massive underdog meantime. Meanwhile, she was an eighteen time. World boxing champion shoes are far more complex striker then Wanda and Rhonda fought the exact wrong fight when you're fighting in nineteen time World Boxing champion, whereas Miesha Tate fought the exact right, right. Yeah standing outside barely barely engage her with strikes just pusher pusher, but back up pusher and back up pusher constantly move definitely very your approach and then you get ahold of her make account and she did that in a second round and ultimately did in the fifth round and scimitar, and that's one of the fight
difference between someone who has everything to gain like that, someone who is hungry and then the Fucking mindset of someone who becomes super successful, like a MIKE Tyson in his prime yeah like just started, fucking off You start believing that no one's going to beat your ass and then you fight buster, Douglas with very little training any fucking put that letter to your face. And reality hits you when that referee stand over, you counting, you realize. Oh, this is happening to me now yeah, it must be difficult, it mustn't be easy. Will fight, is not He said no, it's definitely I mean I was talking to somebody. Yesterday we went out to salute Thai restaurant with some friends from bought. Brando was to management bail. My may have come to see over a and we're just talking- and we talked about fighting fighting so hard, not only you nervous scared or whatever the corner screaming out you. You have their corner screaming shirt, you thinking, wow, hey telling him you're in the crowd. If you not
have you not zoned improperly, and it's not easy and it you know in five. As you know, all of a sudden the defined I'm saying the might of been the hottest kid at school, the might of been. You know the most popular all of a sudden. You know, after a few fights and to see what what keeps like Jon Jones, old, all rounder and all of a sudden. Bring this loads of money and people are paying you attention. You know, wouldn't have thought to you at school and stuff like that. It's it must be easy, yeah there's. Nevertheless, she still got some you've still got. I think that you know you've got our maintain the rules. You've got a little bite. You have to have someone who helps you at every fighter I mean I don't know I shouldn't say every fighter, because some kind of figured out on their own there's some guys don't seem to fall into those traps, but most fighters can use some sort of guidelines and there's also these facilitators that manifest themselves in your life. These people that wanna make you life easier. So they could be a part of your life, so they want to bring
for girls. They want to bring over booze or they want to get you in the club they want to. They want, like hey. This is the guy that he's going to set everything up for you I'll, take care of it and when they're doing is these guys? Are they gay into your life and the way do they get into your life's by making things easier for you, so they could be a part of the you know, MIKE Tyson Camp or whatever. It is and then next thing you know, you've got this entourage of twenty people hanging around you and most of them were fucking idiots, don't know there and you're paying for their existence. Your funding their existence and what they do is they hold doors open for you and they check you in hotel rooms. They do all these things that you could do on your own and they sort of make it easier and in making it easier, they the sort of define and what is okay, yeah and then you know no big deal just going to go party going to fuck this guy up anyway, man, let's go hit the club and then next thing you know you're out late at night, not getting rest, your coaches texting. You are you in bed, you know, and
not 'cause you're hanging around with these fucking klingons when you've lost they vanish vanish, then vanish and then you've got to pick up the pieces, and the US also interesting mall, I'd like to do is I'd like to people for me to be able to hi. I am a obviously to be able to talk soon. You know not just she's at now. She was a full plate. This is on my mind. Will this this and this not a trip to Paula, a block come before the due soon the next, fucking stupid. Do you know what I mean I'd like to do that, and I think it do that anyway? Do you know what I mean but I just it's difficult, it's difficult to make it stick. If you have a good idea in your head about, like you know what I need to do with my life, I need to eat healthy. I need to exercise and need to file my dreams. Ok, good right now that That's a good thought right now, but how do you keep that? How do you make it stick and that's a big issue with people that go up and they go down
I mean how ridiculous our new year's resolutions, how many people have come to you after new years in there they are going to lose. Fifty pounds I'm going to stop smoking and I'm not going to eat any unhealthy, and then you see them like uh weeks later. They look great well you're sticking to it. That's awesome! Man, congratulations make the money, isn't it and the health five months later, they're fat again and look and stupid, and and that's its soul normal somehow so that money isn't it? You have to go run. You join in January, you get free January, and then you blah blah blah after rejoining Faye and then the John Knox St New yet knew me yeah John you. What is this? The the yeah? It is a new yeah yeah and then they just like January, the third Blah blah blah can't be asked, or I was listening to this TED Leash assistance I was listening is TED Talk is a TED. Podcast in this uh. It was also a TED talk where they're talking about time and the way people perceive time an the way people
perceived time. They always perceive that they are now a finished product. This is like a big thing that people like do they. They look at themselves like well, you know when I was twenty. I didn't know shit, but now that I'm thirty I got it together and therefore they go well. When I was thirty, I thought I knew something, but now I know things and they always want to think that they are done growing. But what this podcast was sort of emphasizing is that people are in a constant state of change and evolution. If you're thinking about things, you know the expression, no ones perfect, It was true. No one is perfect, so if, in fact, you're not perfect, that means your can littering whatever you've done, that, maybe you could have done better or maybe you could have handled better or maybe could have what about in a better way or more beneficial way, and then
grow and learn from that experience. Yeah in a constant state of flux. You know, I'm I'm a different person that was always a nearly spawn a yet unknown muslim mall and changed and not different opinions. Nothing if you read anything all you know goes with all you too Alexi gave you know we run the Patrick and about to Merrick and the island. From from listening to you and listening to what people in our Facebook, CHI Merrick, you degree because it kind of off, writes in a full went to the doctors, can't do anything just on the page, take partially what a nice urethritis from kick boxing. Yes, in a letter here, ballet dancer knowledge line, don't be sad about dancing some whatever. Anyway, that's a real common one right with the ankles and stuff. You know, and I'm I just the doctor said you know you know: you've got sick. Basically, you take parsley, so Google Tamales painkiller.
So just for you know what I mean, you know you can't keep taking ibuprofen. Remember you saying to Joe about Ibuprofen and it causes inflammation anyway. So I put it on books. I anyone got experience arthritis, one of my friends, Lee Fraser Cooperation ought to be always. Thankfully he said he takes tumeric started researching it. You'd mentioned it to Joe where cumin the yeah so some too many user group and then they said they sing about golden paste, which is cheaper at black pepper and coconut oil. You cook it for seven minutes for the wall to make a paste of it on me. Look of Facebook to make use a grave on the eve it basically site box breaks. I've I've been taking it regularly on these noble, no payments weather you're, making it in the in a supplement form. Are you getting it from a route that is self you get to work? The rich get treatment, not yet the powder? Okay, so
you could buy the route. The route is real common. Now it's really interesting to pull little known, I don't know not really well shitty supermarkets. Over there right. Well, I'm not going to slag all day off or anything like that. You know where is Aldie Supermarket bag is another one like it off talking rubbish. So but it's No, the power leads, and you know you just, but I'm not don't know the actual. You know measurements of it was like a cup of water, a half a cup of tea, Marek, you cook it for seven minutes on a low heat to look up stocks gains will paste you out block pop on, like maybe two teaspoons white upper, because an active ingredient that makes you think it might four hundred times more absorbency body really yeah. Why now black pepper yeah, this could think all packed rain, huh yeah and what does it have to be cooked? I don't know I'm not good with them today: okay, hi, how? Because that is a taste when you need it, not the best bull.
Well, let the thing is like what would you rather have pain or llamas? yeah and all this and I'm the king of drinking disgusting things. I drink a lot of shitty things. It does work of tried, my Kale shake Recipe and almost vomited. I have a friend, you have a friend called Nathan right and his hands. He said he couldn't. He comes without bond with with arthritis that you couldn't. You know spray deodorant said he still cannot sees words, not mine, and then he started taking this tumor it paste in these fine. He sees please come like eight. Ninety percent, but I mean come on, do you use fish oil and if you alter your diet, may yes, Yes, I do take a lot of fish. How much do you take? I take two massive tablespoons of it on a map that's great, because I've been the states taking five capsules with Warren and taking ubiquinol, What's ubiquinol coenzyme Q ten, but it is a little bit of higher level one and yeah and make
my friend now are in has just got this: a tumor ik and arnica tile oil type, stuff com, free leopards, lemon and liniments live. You know, see you that you're going to trial and that I had a massage of yesterday. Let's clear up your words there, thai liniment is what you're saying yes, it smells the same as tier. Listen, listen to explain to people with that is, so that's not that's liniment that tie fighters would use to her sore muscles and things along. These smells like wintergreen, menthol and and stuff like that. I don't know we'll see tiger. Balm was a big one, a bit like that. But what is that stuff? Do it we could make you get sort of bruises. I want to showing you how to get through bruises, and how does it really work? Well, I've only just started using it. As far as I'm concerned, I like,
to look. I have a friend who's a doctor, and he told me that all that stuff, like Ben Gay and I go all this stuff- makes you feel that he is. He was it's a topical anil, Dick I got was that mean. Is it makes your skin red is? It makes you feel like lots happening like you had heat there. It feels good, but in order for that stuff, to absorb deeply into your system into your get into your tissue he's like we would have to get into your bloodstream and then it would be toxic, yeah, so yeah, but it feels good when you take like one of those some tiger balm. I have these patches that I'll put on like, if I have muscle, pull or something like that I'll put a tiger, balm patch on it and somehow another relaxes it in some, sort of way, but not psychologues. That's what they oil does psychological analysis. I like smells nice, unless my normal smell, so there's arnica, tile
the mint stuff yeah. Your friend uses this to Merrick as well to mark as well yeah, so yeah in the fleet, the Lotus Spiel on it. You know when on the bottle, but I'm just one of these people may or draw it. You know- and I had a massage of it yesterday and I feel really Well, they say that most of the issues that people have weather even like a lot of diseases, they stem from inflammation and alot. Information is caused by diet caused by you know, just eating bad food and not being healthy. Is your body has this reaction to this food? It's inflammatory reaction, yeah. He said I am certainly not easy. Won't for you find out what give you information and what doesn't I'm in. I don't I don't know. I think it must vary from person to person. Yes, insensitive to certain know and
Thank you for the the golden pasty gets, you might think, is what brilliant for me yeah. I can't praise and all that's interesting, and so how quickly did it take it like what what how long would it take for? It was like like you're, really rocks out with it. We realized that this is really beneficial honestly about two days. Two day honestly- and I was I was really working for that American District am. I was yeah and you can buy this now, so I was really pissed off, because adoxa one boy is nothing you can do, and some do you take to the doctor. I think I've got they stop on the other end because they think that you'll self diagnose anything. Now you know right in the soul of like that will be you know, and just so I'm not. I just said look you know she said well, as you face authorizes, you know you just paracetamol another one. You know getting one on them in a poll on unfaithful, usable, truthful, sometimes forget and information like in the internet is money.
What a treat and then go on to this group in the I was brilliant on these. What for me fantastically? Well, yeah, you have to sort of separate the bull from the reality, but if you can do that, you can definitely find a lot of stuff online and this it's it's confusing to me when doctors dismiss dietary solutions yeah, you know because very few docked ears a really well educated in nutrition, and especially specially educated in the understanding of the MAC mechanisms involved in absorbing nutrients yeah, and what compounds or accentuates nutrition absorption yeah and what's beneficial this so for so many doctors, just they they they poo poo it because, don't understand that they have no knowledge of it. Well, my friend,
Maybe talk to Merick. It went to the doctors and the doctor was saying you know you take these whatever Alley pre now I think it is- and these are to my to take this and anyone. Oh it's stopped loving because you had a regular, regular check up. We had a really badly and he went in and the doctor said he said: I've been taking two Merrick and he said: he said: there's not the doctors as well out of that of that, but it's not been tested to MAX number said they said. Well, I have that it works, but it's not been testing some other way. I think I think the real. What I want to piss on doctor with sort of interested or their double blind, placebo, controlled studies from any major university. That shows the beneficial effects of Tomaric, or is it just probably make any money? Does it uhm Rick? What should I mean it seems like it should right I mean: isn't there a massive industry in helping people within flame inflamed tendons, the problem with those things as you can? control like if you do a study on you know what ever filling the blank just tylenol, something like that, when created Tylenol right. So if you do a stud
downtown on you. So it shows its efficacy. Then you could sell more of it. But if you do it, young TIM Rick, I'm like great glad. Thanks for funding the study, I'm going to sell it now and I'm going to point to your study and I'm going to make a ton of money off of your study and I can just grow it backyard and that's the problem with marijuana and it's the plan. These are problem with any sort of it's been. It's a survey 'cause it's like huh, the people surveyed am never been asked about was not we're not talking about surveys were talking about. Double blind will keep placebo, controlled studies on information. If they did something along those lines like of the big issues, that's going on with medical marijuana is the pushback from pharmaceutical companies that are trying to stop medical marijuana from becoming legal nationwide and they've halted at delay. The Supreme Court's changing of the designation from a sketch
will want to a schedule two in this country schedule. One shows no medicinal value whatsoever. That's where marijuana is. Meanwhile, marijuana is passed as a medical supplement in I don't know how many states now I think it's like twenty and it's legal in four five states announced legal in Washington DC, it's legal in Colorado, it's legal in Washington, state, it's League and Oregon just recreationally so it's obviously there's some benefit of it medically. If all these doctors are prescribing and it shows massive reduction in tumors with the use of c b d, it can help control Simpson on yeah, yes, yeah, I mean it's incredible. How much benefit there is in this one plant, but yet the pushback from the pharmaceutical industry it's still incredibly strong because they don't posted something really recently. How much only the pharmaceutical there was a chart that showed how much money the pharmacy
will industry stands to lose if medical cannabis is made legal nationwide and readily available, it's billions of dollars every year, they're going to lose because all these solutions that they offer there better simpler, simpler and far cheaper solutions with cannabis, specially because it's of the easiest things to grow. I mean a lot. People grow their own tomatoes in their backyard, and things like that, like pot, all you do is plant it. Throw some water on its done in England, not english, We won't grow unless you got well. I don't know why it's rains there. All the time is not we're not the best weather of way in automated guarantee. We'd will grow in England, but if you want to try it, he added sad and some lights and let's try and film it live and let everybody know where in arrested live. How how it legal, how illegal is pot in england- and I think you can get you can get arrested- can I don't know, So I'm not very good with being dangerous new uh,
nobody's drunk, never seen more drunk people yeah? Well, let's say so. It is God damn you. People have to track terrorists. What you're good at that's one other thing: I'm not I'm not people are way better being drunk. I think I'm rubbish at drinking God. Yeah yeah. When I was crying her eyes saying the downs, how the least when he knows who long and just really memory loss you know. Well, may you know the the usual stuff, but you know I I don't know with with gets on a base in the autumn. Take ok, but I mean to see what's going on, I think believe. I believe it is a cure, for every get on the planet. I think we we with the slow to stuff that we haven't explore. Hold the mind as well. I think is these losses daughter explore yet the minors
fascinating solution to a lot of issues that people have and thinking positive or thinking negative. A worry in the stress- and we were talking earlier about quarters all yeah and the stress response to literally thinking about something affects your physical health and thinking about things in the wrong way affect affects your physical health and when we got we got I think we got more things to worry about a thing we got more things only about now, but they're, actually not anything to worry about. Doesn't make sense? You know you look at Facebook and you get mad over someone's fucking. In India and some Trump supporter? How dare you anything about that and you start typing while we're doing that when you get involved in something or you get angry about something I do it, I'm not going to lie in the distinct yourself fucking. Why do in an hour years ago, when you, in that the the cave, I was only worried about if that gonna get something's gonna wait them all. They call a week, something I think not might've been easy off because he died of disease and he died may have died younger.
Whatever, but I mean, but they live them all and peaceful life. They didn't have Facebook, though, as part of the problems? I didn't even didn't. Have anything to look at and they didn't have comments on Youtube? Like John Wayne, Parr was saying he was gay gets mad yeah, but I mean I just I I got the same. I got also. I was called Varis offer gay of thrones, which I was quite pleased about. I was like I'll take Lord varys at till little penis, nothing wrong with that. No, I know, but I just think you know I don't get it at some things. I don't get. I don't get haters some of them, but don't you, though, because when we're talking about all these different things that happen in life, that sort of set you up for in the next stages of life and define you and and sort of alter and affect your decision making process and your behavior process? Don't you think that a lot of these people just live very unfortunate existences and whether it's by
the chance or whether it's by bad decision making. That has just compounded itself over the years. When you see some of the hateful things that people posted About- let's say John Wayne it was the nicest guy yeah? Hey, it's brilliant guy and multiple time, world more tie, Champ incredibly complex night, she's, kids with great fantastic, is kids so cool by the way. There's a video of his kid hit the pads once he saw impressive. His kid is fight NG, I think she's fighting on the twentieth, L, twenty. If John yeah jazzy- and he sent me this video of her hitting the pads in like a whole- she can get everything you know some can do for so yeah. I can injure family yeah they're, not wanting credit. Hey, I was wife. Is a fighter's? Well, not going over that and stay with them. You know so that that went to the show, not listen, nothing but respect for Joe, my pies, a lovely yeah he's got a great sense of humor as well. You know.
Don't? Take himself too seriously, he's very self deprecating he's very aware of how good he is, but he's also very self deprecating like watch this. He let's watch this video. This is her hello. What happened? Would you do you change the screens? Do computer fail She's in Thailand and this girl is like what is she ten, yes of the an australian boom to such an there's another one: there's one that I looked at that was different was on Youtube she's, thirteen years old, ok, ok! But the point is this people that hate on this guy and they they're not well no like there now
I'm happy they're, not looking at him and going you fucking loser. They don't like finding a reason why they're just trying to find a reason. I got it. I got one about hypnotherapist, saying already knows all things left right when when did you get this, so just one of the comments you Know- and I was just like and he was like yeah. You know nothing about hypnosis and white right. Well, I'm here and you're, not sorry, you know I mean you know nothing, no, nothing! You know nothing about Darren Brown or that I've only been to see him three times at all these books and he's amazing, amazing guy- and I know that you know to mean, but just think you'll get. Whatever you get is whatever you do. I would I deem this. Like, I think Joe Joe Schilling said, Jesus was great. It invite him to uh now, you could turn this water into wine. It could hear you grab that dad, don't worry, Bing will bring your butts alive. You brought your leg there you go, you know we'll go fishing catch all the fish, it was a great guy. They still killed him. You know, you're going to get people are going to hate, you just be cause
it's more about them than it is about you. It is more about them than it is about you. That is a big factor with online interactions, people what you're, what you're doing is you're interacting with their own pasts and their own failures. Yeah and the good of the vast majority of people in this life are not living fulfilled and happy existence is faceless assassins, Huntley, the faceless assassins really likes now. Papers of nothingness. Oh you mean commenters yeah, but they're not really faceless. Right like at the end of the day, if you get to who they really are, and what's really bothering them there, no dick continue or I they just. They got a fucked up start in this life and they never recovered. That's what most of it This will turn into me. Now. I've always been like this there's a whole video I did on Youtube, be the hero of your own movie. Apps is very good. If you were in a movie and the movie,
right now you're failure to stink about what your lives at. What would the hero do? Would you do do? I need to sell the one now, my friend Morgan Brown works with his results on the tv show cast, see the new double seven. Did they make him double? Seven? A lot of white people are freaking out. I don't I don't care. He has not come martini shaken, not stirred, don't care what color he is. What did you? He was yeah, didn't you warranty work for them and he's doing a show now for discovery and he's trying to be a kick boxer of a fight it uses? Yes, he's gonna fight, yeah, who fighting? I don't know how old is he he's? I think, he's forty two and he's going to the first ever kick my friend Karen he's kickboxing a training and they've been all over. It's a show discovery I was to be on it I'll, be the mind. Look for the show? Well, I don't know why place there any video of him training not yet no Not yet
Warren New was on the show with his video. He found it already. Alright becoming area not yet mean I'm sorry here you see oh geez is Daniel SAM as well from England, not bad a little stiff, it's hard to tell that keeps fucking hands up what is key so not too bad, not too bad. If you stand right in front of them, will fuck you up. No he's gay and he's gotta be, if he's actually going to have a fight God, Go off balance, though right when I say that he falls. It's like you're watching is fundamentals. It's almost like he really shouldn't be hitting pads here. If I was
watching the guy like that, I would tell him all I want you to do is touch these things. It is over five years old, five years old wow, so he's gotten better yeah. Ok! Well, hey man! That's really good! Then, if that's five years ago and he's been steady at it since then, that's really good because he's a guy like some bay, basic movements down the ways throwing his weight into things. He just you know I try to hit things hard before they learn to have things right, yeah, correct now, yeah, because his friend it was in it. Lupin in lieu thought that the but the detective was warm Brown one night, my friend, he won two world titles, in thai boxing. So I think we've been talking about in Warren's, been helping him and Karen's been helping him, but it should be a good show. Can you see all of them see training and between movies, like his made when we Spielberg is the dark tower or something with where is he gonna fight? I don't know where I think, maybe in Tyler I actually in Thailand. I think she's only going deep. I know
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from CSA no care and not scary and okay. Camera caring cattle is from England. Yeah get queue and for CSA is a irish gentleman right. What is Larry and I don't wanna- carry carry an adult now. Second forget his last name: yeah he's a good coach. He coaches and Kevin Ross. Who is Kevin's right, yeah, very good. Have you seen the fight between Mohammed Shahriar and Nordin Ben MOE? No, can you flush all right now? If we can spell it out, Aya. No J S A r, a y, I the band MEL B, A and m o h he's only just what's the third don't forget his face, he didn't get a word of that. I could tell
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yeah do so I'll check it out? I'm uh, obviously big fan of kickboxing and I'm uh, I'm super psyched. That glory is going to put on, they are hiring versus Rico Verhoeven. If butter hargitt at a jail. He's not in jail. If I Angeli's all right now, right now, there's a long time between now and December. Well, we'll see who's. I he makes he makes Jon Jones were fucking choir truth. Doesn't he Who would you say it's an interesting fight and as for sure, barter can win for sure Rico can when we because been much more active reached, Regal has incredible cardio. If you go to the bar bajari that beat Mister Overeem in the rematch. You know you go to that bother. You know the botter who was in his peak me but it was a monster yeah, but it's been a long time and he's not been very active over the last few years, a slip. A lot of it says the president puts out a switch by that sends out its which, by turns out, but it's also like all of
the legal issues that he's gone through all the the bee behavioral issues. I mean he's. Had a lot of problems allegedly broke, some guys leg in a nightclub, they say held the guy down. Stomp his shin and smashed his leg. That's Cray, see shit man and who knows who knows? Who knows what the fuck is going on with that dude yeah to Ricos? It now is Rico and his mom and dad, and that real nice people is a nice guy in Stuffle butters, that's the most exciting. Have you ever he's a wild man he's a fucking wildman and he's legit digit knockout power, and the other thing is Heathrow caution. Literally, to the wind I mean he, he unloads with full power shots. Wades forward throws bombs like Heath Closeout, all ideas of like being technical and being being
cautious and and and mail like setting traps and he's not setting traps. Now he's dropping missiles on you, yes to a missing off of it, the if he fails all. I think you get a get some nervous that he throws, throws it up for the fight really solve anything. She. This makes sense. If you see the way fights fights like it's chaos someone's neck, something often doesn't even know the name of some killed. Somebody loves that's like it's like he fights like a wild man, but it's so so exciting, but Rico is a different kind of fighter. Rico is a very athletic big heavyweight, who is amazing, cardio outstanding technique, his boxing's uh standing is kickboxing exactly the same. Huge huge, huge guy he's a natural to third two hundred and fifty plus, and he's in incredible shape. Yeah, there's botter that thing about this is the glory preview. Video they're. Putting on pretty the thing about Rico is that Rico's been super active while botters been dealing with all these problems, an
it has been getting better and re goes. I'm beating guys that You know he had some problems with some guys in the past and But you see him now and he's just a much better fighter in every shape, way, shape or form yeah. When he Benjamin Tyson Fury wasn't yeah all text, Daniel G, defy it's a good example because they had fought before and it was a very close fight, but in the rematch it was not close at all Rico kind of ran away with it. Rico's on another level right now, but the thing Bator is like when he was at his best and you kind of got have assumed that it's possible that he could go back to how he was when he was at his best. When he went daughter was at his best. He was a fucking hurricane in there it was. I remember that scene, I've seen him 'cause. He thought a lot on. It's Showtime and the Moroccans absolutely love him, but a bit is coming. They love them. Who was the
Downton ahead, remove on Josh the to get a case yeah when he was on the floor. Yeah you got disqualified for that one right, yeah! I got disqualified for both both of them bones. Ask you to punch. Ask you a little bit like he's kind of like acting up a little bit. I'm saying nothing not come to home. You saying nothing, listen! What Martin is part like bliss in the fights over. If I just lay hands for them only yeah, you know just seemed a little like this guy who's been beaten up his entire career and you know, take an amazing shots. All the sudden one kick when he's down, and he just a site like here. It is right here, yeah that one check that was it I can't go on no way right? I mean it. Wasn't a nice thing that he did it, sir, is grounds for disqualification, but to see him rolling around the ground. Like you can't you can't
function anymore. Oh my god. Ok I have to go get one. Was he did Dolly and anyone who was on the floor while he's fucking crazy? Why why you like Does anybody know? I don't know, I just think he's great. He said nice of Maine. Like is really really nice with me, and I'm like well he's. Alright, we make it just the wrong out across yeah. Indeed, the wrong guy across you don't want to fuck with butter. Hari is a dangerous thing So what you want to do this technique. So what is it you want? So basically,. They say it's it's a calming, certainly, okay, yeah. We were not to do this really so distracted to carry on. I'm gonna tell people in their cars to be careful. Yes, don't please don't do this while you're driving? What are we doing here on to the land? Tri, I'm using money, machine or anything dangerous? Is that which is on?
show me a a basic technique is a so mentality move. So you some of the lessons of what you know, sub modality yeah. What's going like something that's going on in the background? Okay- and he just he just calm you down, so you can use it, for I don't know before training stressful day or whatever they want to do one after a stressful day at lunch, you know get some bad time to sleep or whatever, so that no she's taught me greatly. The only shot, okay right with yeah, please, ok! So I'm going to step back a bit. So back, yes, sit back! Ok! What do we need to do is find a comfortable chair or you can earn you better whatever. Anyway, you listen to this and we just just just close your eyes a moment. I'm not too much in not you'll in a room, this room could be any color you wish and in front of you does a window. The window was slightly open. I want you to move toward stop
wind up. Unless you go to walls that window we too much an outside, that is traffic bumper to bumper, because the traffic we know what traffic Coles is when you're in a traffic jam, you know them situation
I also want to imagine that there's a dog running around and barking a really big dog and making lots of noise there's. Also a man and woman arguing in the street a blazing row, the window next door of the house. They eleven there blaring out really loud music, there's also a group of school children coming from back from school, I'm making noise and what you notice. What you notice hear what you hear and feel what you feel about this situation with the window open now I want to start moving backwards further and further away from the window, so the window gets smaller and smaller and, as you move really really back from the window, white allow that windows is smaller and smaller and, as you go, really worry away from the window, so windows really really small. I want to go out of that room
close the door and just be, and that's it does it yes, scared away from the window get away from that window, so that should make a bumper sticker get away from the window here. He just tell you just so you just withdraw it away from the window. We draw the way from chaos, and just quite yourself down so now using that as a tool like how would one implement that their life, like that sort of should they take these these low to different ways of of induction into hypnosis is loaded to inductions love to different way, he's with I just I just like it personally Lynn of a lady called the lores just cough know we ski on the
so just move away from things that are going on and just give yourself just even a few minutes using quiet when you, when you shut down, shut the door- and you just be- you can just imagine yourself sitting and then you can start using your breathing techniques or just allowing yourself to just sit just for a few minutes and see what comes for sale. We were talking about something before the podcast that I wanted to talk to you about in turn in relationship to archery that there's a thing that has pins in archery, called target panic, and what target panic is: is people that in the moment they start freaking out and they can't stay calm and they can't they. What they do is they they they try to get the pin like when you're shooting a bow you have a site in on that site has a pin and the pin is it's it's
set up to whatever yardage you're trying to shoot at and your bow get cited in and once boa cited in you? Can kind of dial your scope to or your right to like twenty yards thirty yards for yards and what happens? Is people put that pin on that are it, whether it's at a competition or whether it's bow hunting whatever it is. You put that pin on that target in the moment on the target. You start freaking out 'cause the moment that this all is going down is happening soon and people hammer that trigger hammer that trigger the jerk, the pin offline. They don't stay still. They panic and this Targ panic causes bad shots and you reduce me to this idea, called Hakalau Hakalau explained to me ha
hello. How can always learn from a belief system from Hawaii called him? They say it's a hypnotic state. You have no soul sign in try even watching to v, as we said earlier, but when you're driving you don't realize how you got hold on just on auto pilot, that's okay! He just kept. You know, God gave us the word. Yes, I know I'm driving it now. She's by so khh is mother fuckers in their brutalization of our God. Given language of our presidents, language is Hakal. Oh wait! It you've got me yet put on the hacker. Lock allow Al Abri K a l! L! A? U l! A? U L, a! U yeah! So he's a he's, a hypnotic state and the it's quite easy. Today, I'm we'd I've done it with a lot of people and it works very, very well just to calm yourself.
Down a little bit. So, as I said before, what you do is I'll just sit down and do it so you basically lots of different ways of doing You can find a spot on the wall. That's higher, though I line see kind of looking up on a diagonal. I think he's a much in the can you're. Looking for your third, I am looking for the middle of your yearly, our eyebrows. How much do you focus on a spot on the wall? I want you focus in all your energy mocks ball, you remind Chin, but you can see all the way to the left and all the way to the right.
Imagine if you can see rated high above the cell from below yourself and then you might, you might be looking out, you can imagine you can use your wants to touch everything in the room. She can see behind itself, free rarely above yourself and allow yourself around yourself and what not does he just it calms you down and gives you a bigger periphery. Peripheral vision is increasing your peripheral vision, which is extremely good, full combat, combat Lasix surgery, and you know just being common, just put yourself in a common situation. Let me talk about one bus, Coelomic, Genco didn't like earlier easing hakala. All the time is amazing. Him yeah he's pretty badass. It's amazing, the I'm so explain to me. Why increasing your peripheral benefits you like? What does it do? more because if you when people say a tunnel vision and you'll see that way, don't you write on visions? you don't see anything else. Do you see that in street fights you see that I've talked about this one street fight where I watched in front of the comedy store these two guys were
arguing and this one guy I had zero idea how to fight. I mean like literally zero and he standing this other guy and they start throwing blows, and sky literally he's wincing his eyes are almost closed and he's doing this. Hey is standing Square and father's Gayan guy and is literally throwing his hands a bus moves in front of us. I can Let's see what happens, the bus pulls fourth and the guys flat and to his leg flat out and the other guys running away. So this guy cracked him the other guy, didn't know what the fuck you doing either. He was lucky that the first I thought, I'd gotten over by the Boston know, know know No, no! No! No! No! He just got knocked out on the street. They were in the street when this happened now. But my point is that you could tell that this guy was frozen and in this moment he wasn't like a where this guy's thrown hands Adam and moving his head out of the way and being complete. Where most
the time in in really incredibly stressful situations. Your your point of vision closes and you tense up. So by expanding your peripheral vision, you think you can relax yeah, you can and you could be come over. You come extra wire what is going on when you're expanding your peripheral vision, opening your own conscious, so so you're opening your own, conscious biologists by just seeing more, then you can actually say so say if you were in a an archery competition, you're shooting at this target. That's like seventy meters away and you really have to trading you're. Looking at that spot, you like, when is all these nerves, everything that you're drawing your blow back in your contract? But how would one implement that? Then you get your g to do hello. You do that, for you do that. First explain that so you you find a spot on that you find a spot. This Haydn target, for instance, okay, say the Saudis okay you'd find its target is just above sale. This is hope that
okay, sir you look, I need a few feet above the target out just thought. Yeah find a spot, concentrate on just allow yourself to spread your oneness there's. Also there's another way of doing it. Why you can have your palms out like this right and then, when you, you bring your palms and when you can see, AUS Sea can say that you can see your own palm. You drop your hands mmhm, so need also put your hand over your hat and then, when you, when you can see your fingers over, had you drop not safe, okay, also so extra credit, you spread your arms out. You can't see your arm yeah, you can't, and then you start bringing young men in the moment. You see your hand, drop your hands. You keep your eyes forwards leave. So you keep your eyes focused on whenever that spot is over your head. In the moment you drive it forward, then you let your hands down. Why is it is good? I am when I'm doing this to a base. No the focus point. It just brings your wellness because just make sure you cite bigger, so in your opinion, the periphery- you have a calmness about you and What is the philosophy when they talk about HAWK, allow in, would you say the name of the Luna Huna yeah? What is the? What is the thought process?
about how close that is that a sort of their practice? Yes, part of that practice, you do this thing with their arms. Yes, in there I will know the distance low to different ways of doing I'm alive to do it with the hands. I know I just know techniques been toll or whatever, but I know you know it. The staring at the spot on the wall allowing you periphery just to spread, he ate it works, and what is what? How and why is it? Work like what's going on down he comes your mind and, if you're focusing on something. So if you're focusing on- I don't know every issue right if you're looking at law- and you got this background shit going on blah blah blah. More than likely. That's give you focus it's not that's, not the focus that is the
you're you're, pointing your had the littlest thing same blah, blah blah. You can like the internal DOW in a dialogue to chuck. Don't this up, don't miss is gonna she's gonna Miss Pres properly, and then, when you, when you, when you get control of yourself by just focus in your lan us, which is the year of it, we all deal the area said relax. Then you start, then you just get yourself into a composition. So save someone was in a hunting situation. There is a dear my dear's. Moving to three yards away and it's moving right into what you would call like a shooting lane in between two trees. How would you try to initiate Hakalau there because you do hakalau before you start? Are you practice it all the time when she published yes, when you place it all the time it becomes a part of you. It's like anything. My collection are being being used in the techniques. I teach people as you got practicing everything you can't just help just call Hakalau and that's it and you have to practice
in practice it in practice it and it becomes it becomes more and more easier. This seems like such a simple solution to a very complex issue. A lot of what is going on with archery is, what's called a lot of different, Here's one of the theories is recoil. Bracing, like you know that something is going to happen so you're preparing for this thing to happen, and then in preparing for that thing to happen, that is becoming more of your focus then actually making it work correctly. But they eat, but it just calm you down. So even in the aspects of shooting, I'm, surely that I don't know, I don't there, but I mean surely it's calming down that you're aiming for for aiming at something right so, but it's also Sing focus completely focus on the result in Malcolm Negative, actually focus your awareness, yeah yeah, the more you do it the more. People doing inspiring as well to get less hit. They get to get less it in spa. I know where there's a weight lifted
glamour James, that's in things like a twenty year old time, world heavy lifting lady, I know she uses it works. She basically the same thing. There are other methods other than those straight straight in your arms out and look for the best one. My personal opinion. You know people out, you know my personal opinion is: it is a folks find a spot on the wall and allow your one is just a sprite see much in you can see all the way to the left and all the way to the right. So you're out in the woods, you pick a spot on the tree. Yeah are you on you, keep practicing, keep doing it and you will. It will eventually bill in that it. So why is expanding your peripheral vision calming? I don't know it just take
seems to calm the whole body down a space again you're, not for you focus in on spreading awareness, you not focusing on public. Well, you folks and anything else, all right sure. Surely, if you just focus in on seeing them just moving out and so and allowing yourself just to spread doing it now, right. You know you can just you can just feel it. When I do seminars else. I do a lot of be doing something. Are you talking to people and this this and then you can spot people that are wondering mentally. You can see them, then you just certain say you understand and then just go yet 'cause you have to you have to guide the audience You know it's only when you're doing comedy I think you do it anyway. I think if you do it you'll do it in comedy when you're on the stage will do it in comedy anyway, because you become aware everybody sort of you. Definitely go into a state. Exactly and that's not cool always induces a states when you're doing com. You're in the moment, but you're also a passenger
So did you do comedy? You almost have get out of your own way, but you also have to have prepared the material enough to where you know where you're going with it. So you can relax will think about thinking about archery. Then you know you have to get out your own way, because the only person can you get yeah, the animal all that well. Have you shoot? It isn't even know you're there right size exactly the same, you moving yourself all the way to get yourself into the zone white. You can and trust me just just try any fuel if you want. I definitely well. There's will listing solution to a really common issue with archers like tournament archers, they panic so much that they've come up with a method of allowing this bow to go off without them doing it on purpose. It's a surprise release. That's it now. She has a hypnotic state yeah. They have this thing, called the hinge release and would hand release as you clip it on to your bio and as you pull it back instead of hitting a tree
here, you're slowly moving your hand, and you never know when it's going to go off you just slow curling your finger and there's a little hinge inside of it and once it gets past a certain point, it just goes off so sort of like hammering the trigger it goes off completely by surprise, so they figured out a solution to whatever you know. This thing is that fucks with peoples heads yeah, but what you think is that if you can do it in practice yeah. You can do it in a real life situation. If you expand your provision, feeling isn't it you know it ace is looking a lot. We talk with someone last time was on and we talk about. The love can talks about feelings so how he says about about punches, this sucks, but I feel this, I feel that it says feel all the time yeah feels it feels. I feel this. I know him I feel he's is no awareness expansion of Alanis. You know in English. You know that when you flip the bird in English is that it's two fingers mortgage from no it's from.
We add walls with the French. What the French you know, the capture, the arch, the that The fingers off alright. So that's a has talked about this before yeah yeah, but that's to do with to say. Fuck off I've got my two favorites, your fingers in that from archery yeah. That makes sense, but it's at state Do you know the Mongols didn't do Is it that way they use their thumb right. They hook it with their thumb and then they grab their feeling like this and they pull it back that way they have their own. You have you have one? Could you ever release in your hand right you do it this way, because you can get a consistent anchor? right, so it's running your chin. Is it true? Also, if you drop the bow, if you drop the boat, the arrow drops,
Yes, it's almost certainly of it that when you do, you have to stay completely still. Is that our releases with mail coming from Robin Hood country as a natural things will yeah it's just it's, but but there's a bunch of different kinds of Bose's, a bunch of different ways of shooting like when you're shooting with a recurve bow or a traditional bow, you're pulling it back it just letting it go quickly. Bang, with with a compound bow, you're, settling in and relaxing and trying to stay calm and keep the pin relatively close to the area. But concentrating on the spot, and then you release and as you release it's gotta, be in one smooth motion where your hand pulls back as you do it. So there's no yanking this way or pull in that way. It is nothing that's going to affect the travel of the arrow, so let but there's a lot of mind shit going on there's a level of self trust. Isn't there with it? there's a big level of self trust and that's it.
Getting small or anything else. It's a learning to trust yourself, interesting, you'll, trusting your mind. You know, and I just think that, with with mine coaching staff with techniques that you let you know that you get to learn and get to having your locker, I think she's a massively beneficial. If you know what yeah I'm not evil dead, I mean, if you you know, I can always recall you something and send you it. You know before you go to the spring. The eleven and a lot less see what happens to be interesting for me to see what happens have never worked with. Any word is on archery you know it is. It is a lot of preparation for one moment that might happen once a year and that's one of the big things about. It is like when someone prepares for like a bow hunt, in particular the lease a tournament. You have multiple shots. You can shoot many many times you get more relaxed, but when someone prepares for a hunt, you are preparing year round, you're shooting arrows consulates, it's an icon, I believe how hard it is. Yeah I mean it when I first
started doing. I was like: what's the big deal, you stand there, you keep your arm straight. You pulled boback, no there's a lot going on. And there's so much to consider the position. The placement of your feet, the position of your front folder, how you're gripping the bow pulling back to the same, consistent anchor point looking through the peep sight correctly make sure you send the peep sight with the site housing in the bow release with no movement whatsoever, making sure that everything is done perfectly keeping the mind concentrating specifically on a spot. You have to look where you want to hit. You can't look the vague area and you can't hope you're going to hit something yeah. You have to be absolutely invents you're, going to hit something yeah and you will, when you will positive? Well, you you will 'cause, that's the intention. So if your intent out set your intention Satya site, which is exactly the same, is it not set your site on right, and this is what I'm going to do set you My on your intention where you go inside. This is what I'm going to do set your intention yeah, and that is a big part of why people fuck up there,
I hope this works. There are all this works. Yeah the older even said that in my size, but they will do not. There is no try. You know you, you set. Your intention was Klay shot. No, we second, well, a lot of times. Cliches are there for a reason that they are real? They they represent reality. Yeah, I think. This one. It does it's some just extreme thing, and it's also a thing of this archery thing and bow hunting in particular, where a lot ' people who are engaging in it. They might. We have a lot of experience in performing under extreme pressure yeah. So you don't have a a lot of opportunities were performing under extreme extreme pressure, and then you have an incredibly intense moment where it's literally life or death to this animal yeah, yeah yeah by least one we'll talk, I'm not that will tell because they let you change your language around it. To give you more of you know, 'cause. It is complicated. I get that, but we've got to make it as less complicated as we can.
So it's so it's business move out thing. Well, it's complicated, but it's not complicated. Like the english language, you know the english language is unbelievable, yeah thousands of letters- and I mean thousands of words and you're you're using them all in different ways and inflection, and we all do that effort, yeah son and nothing hi to you. Can you know with doing the techniques and helping you out most certainly will cause you're very nice month June. Well, do not let it for sure! Well, I I, when you see how I want it, I really want to talk to about this, because I've seen all these different methods that people use to AJ try to overcome, target panic and one of 'em. Is this positive affirmation or positive way of looking at it? Like my friend, Dorian was here and uh. He was talking about his friend and that his friend right before he goes to shoot the arrow, and he said his friends are really nice guy, his friends 'cause I'm going to fucking kill you that's what he says in his hand, I'm going to fucking.
Kill you like. He says that in his head, so he's absolutely convinced this is what is going to do? It's not. I hope this arrow lands perfectly. I hope I make a great shot he affirms in in his Well, there's no wishy washing us about it less than intention certain intention. I'm is since you mentally healthy before when you said you you, you said when you change the language around when I change along with John anything, it becomes, it becomes more useful! Syria, you know please again these dice. It is a yes, an affirmation. Bushels of such your intention. I mean every wave you think about it. She in not BO is certain your intention in every single way. Isn't it because your intention is the the the beast? If you will a yes, yes and your intention, so you've got a calm, nice yeah, he doubles, will yeah we'll we'll get it will get it. I got it well. I would really like to see if this is effective or if it helps other archers, because that's one of the things
be getting involved in bow hunting. I've been exposed to this common problem that people talk about it. I'm absolutely fascinated by common problems that prob that seemed to represent a pattern of thinking, that's really almost natural, but obviously should be avoided. Yeah yeah exactly and it's and it's just about you focusing your attention on what you want. That's out, that's how you get things in life. You focus on what you want, not what you don't want, you focus and totally under, and you will get things that will trip here. We don't live on a cloud and I would never never say that what you do is you focus on what you want and you keep focusing on what you want and deal with things
okay anyway, but keep focusing on what you want. Thus, the I don't see, I don't focus on the problem, so focus on what you want: focus on our difficult, isn't, price problem and how difficult this is and how hard this is, because all you telling you you're you're, all you doing your unconscious done, the only for making you give an example Brian. So then it what is it become? It becomes something that come something huge. This comes back to our top, Talking about the very beginning of this podcast, the language that you use in your own mind can be very self defining and can sort of really not just define you but define your teacher and how you how you interact with life yet annise into eight people I needs around. Are you gotta? You come across a now you you perceive yourself my projects, everything and say, and so what happens? You know yeah and- and I think that's the idea we've AIDS is. This is just changing along with the way he speaks is all if you can change, language ways you he speaks of. Your life will change exponentially. That's my change. The language folks change the language.
And obviously this is also it's Not an instantaneous process. Right is practice. The first time you did, spending bucket you didn't land on the target and was brilliant, like us will see you early in now, but Well e ends another british, wealthy and well being. What is that? Welly Welly, Ing Welly is Wellington. I don't know he this little slang term for kicking very older welly when you well a something to kick in it because you know Wellington Boot, some of the cast so yeah. But when I see you know the fate you know seen spinning back, kick it out, usually showing John ST the judge sent to us. You know the first time you did not you didn't, do it correctly right. You know what this is all about: prints the money, because it isn't an instantaneous thing for phobias. Yes, it and you know we will let phobias, but I mean for for certain things in life. You've got a you've got to keep their initial lice things practice yeah.
Yeah and that's the case with everything, including thinking. Thinking, is a skill, and thinking is something that you have to develop an develop proper technique. And it here to these proper techniques. Always that's. Why don't do one offs? I used to, What do you mean by one out? Do one hour sessions with people like want to ones and do a session one session? I don't do want anymore. I do more do thing called for weeks to freedom on our people that sign free year with me as well, because it ongoing process? I still love it MIKE my teacher Callimachi. I still, I still pull up. You know ruminate things and he puts my thinking on the right path, a one of a small ones of finished products up certain often these products, you know, but it's just about practice that's really what's important, like people would try to point out, inconsistencies in someone's behavior as a
it- may be that person shouldn't be the one. That's being a mental coach like yourself or someone who is, maybe not succeeded. Everything they've ever tried. How can this person possibly be a mental coach when they're in there and not even capable of running their own life, but not to every human and being is essentially the same in that regard? Is that no matter where you are, you can probably do better and no matter who you are you I have learned along the way, a lot of it by failure. Yeah, look at going back to Lomachenko's, welcome you're a big muscle fanboy, because things that I think you'll change the face of boxing a really does. Why do you think that we seem idols? It is like the short tracks to be seen not when he tells the different numbers. What he's like is a short test way of one to twenty five in the role in Diff a squad, and then these days all the
mother in squares as well, and he asked to touch them and, oh, I see pictures and it just loads a different mind. Stuffy is a reaction, drill, yeah, but he's building his awareness is building his intelligence. That's why it's called himself high tech he's building his intelligence is building his awareness. He said that these next fight is not going to get it is a not to get hit or what happens when he gets hit, give up guys going out liquid parkway. This thing he's got he's got mine, coach, he's gotten and culture when he lost the Salido when he got the weight was wrong and he got punched in the balls and all that sort of stuff in Salida just out out protein. Really. I guess yeah he's too heavy this this and this, but it didn't dwell on that. He went back straightaway beat Gary, so these are great fight too, and it because he didn't dwell on it and because he had a mind, quotes saying, look control. Your emotions mean Brian Dobrev comes here. We're talking about. I read about it that you were saying that his mind coach got him to not focused control, is emotion
and that's what it's about controlling your emotions, controlling your controlling you 'cause! You are your emotions after all, and just getting through what other people wouldn't and he is in the fighting Selina honoree match is not. I am, I think, of these new to it. One of the I've heard also that is going to move up to lightweight and fight monsters that Sonny Terry Flanagan for the W B. L title not sure interesting. What is amazing? Yeah I've never seen anyone do what he does, but I was it was very cold. Roy Jones is very good, but he just seems to this Clyde round people and just he just seems to know what you're going to do before you do. It is exceptional. What's special about him. Is that he's not outside he's inside and he's not getting hit? The one of the most impressive things about him is that he stays in the pocket. In any somehow is so slick and so so well school it was by his father as well. Yeah yeah lot of you
disappointing entree awards performance on Saturday night. I I think that the opponent had a lot to do with it. No, I think, against, I think, against Kovalev. It'll be very very. Interesting yeah. Well, what's Lomachenko standing right in front of this dude, just beautiful counters man This is so crazy, like like he's not there when the guy goes to hit him he's insane how good he is? so a while, though a is awareness is awareness is so perfect is distance in his time in and what to fight for a world title fight in a second profile. Yes, yeah say and he's twelve worlds out the different weights in seven fights easier. So good is his movement is so incredible. You know you a guy like Loman Chanco, and you see Goodnight Tag Lufkin and Kovalev and you go god damn these Russians are bad mother fucker. My coaches, all of them in all of that yeah. Even the Russians used the first pay people to start using them. You know mental coaches and stuff. This is
footwork, is insane and that again, what's insane about it is he's right in front of the guy and yet he's so elusive with his footwork. Really that step to the right and uppercut step to the left. Uppercut just got damn he's good and he pulls the hands as well cause the hands down and froze a hawk yeah yeah yeah he's really good at that. He he's a freak he's a real freak, so these Russians they that's the way they school they're amateurs, the they give them a lot of my coaching yeah. They do and Lomachenko also was doing gymnastics and ballet ballet ballet coming up again. Isn't it feels to Merrick Alcohol, humor and so well. I would think that that would help, because this the ability to control your body, gymnastics in particular, is fantastic for that the ability, like Hickson, Gracie famously was into yoga and
he was into this very specific type of yoga- that's very gymnastics. Oriented gymnastic, unnatural I'll and there's a lot of like flexibility and movement, it's more of like a flowing type of yoga thing, but in the US as the cold on the the movement? Yes- and was flowing type movements are one of the reasons why he was so good. I Ju Jitsu is because his ability to control his body was like truly exceptional, yet and very unusual ability, controls body again, it's a oneness in a Seattle's, but so one missiles and It's also strength in weird motions. Yoga is a big part of that too. He was also a yogi and not just Gymnastica natural, but like regular yoga, he could do just ahead incredible flexibility, standing on a balance, beam standing in a full split holding his foot above it had you know when he's two hundred pounds and he's fighting professionally in the valley to do events
you say it is all it's all mind. Body connection makes eight he's getting you in conjunction with on standard conditions, a great as well as the slow to stuff. Now this make it can make out the lease like incredibly incredibly successful. Nine love love much, I'm Lamitan Caumont. Love can mount he's fine Kell Brook soon in England's up some of the times yeah in London, partly they they don't love thirty day lion thing and Kyle Brooks heavier, then you're right now. Good luck with all that gives a heavier lit up. So I know, but I want a really well 'cause he's english ship. Now he seeks to my n as well yeah I, like him, Boveri Beverly, Windsor Knot, well he's got a chance he's a professional boxer in his excellent gennady glove can something special.
The the somethin and his body attack is ruthless. To amend that left, took delivery throws yeah good Lord and the way he calls the ring down, and I This is like him as a person he's not the most sparkling personality ever but I mean I just like him, the way he says I respect his old school or respect him and blah blah blah, and that's interesting about him to me- is that he's so boyish and cute looking, but he's a fucking killer. I mean you look guy and he's like say needs like I bring big drama fight him being the only show here, big drama show: yeah, yeah, yeah strange he's and he's a very, very special yeah. He is he as well, so is call the love. That's or the Andre Ward Fight becomes, so so intriguing 'cause, if he fights the save on your ward fights we fought on Saturday. Night is kind of a real hard time with global, only see colors last five games to lumber. You know it didn't look, call up a chill number again see to
He was fighting in Russia, other water pressure on him as well yeah. You know, let me Tulumba certify. It means only value for in twice from England, another WBC cruiserweight champion from liver. But remember, was the only guy to go. The distance accept Hopkins right in recent fights in recent fights, yeah yeah I mean it's only drops him around. Seven hundred, I think what will fight on the inside. I don't think you get on the outside. I think you'll find similar to the way for Froch, nothing, that's that would be the plum book gray. Fight among very in right side, very, very interesting fight. Well, look award is intelligence, he's so smart and you hear it when he does commentary he's so where any fight, so smart yeah he does. Is he just a very clever everything he does? He makes it awkward. He fights different, almost every fight, sometimes you fight in the outside. Sometimes it sticks to you like glue. It's
a very interesting fighter, seen Jim Lampley, asking questions and use it, I think, is the stock was an addict solve some soul died really leaving town of forty six and his mom was a former drug addicts and Jim Lampley Esteban could seem light well open. You know we start, you know you come down this stop crying and stuff. Amazing and he seems I have not met in would like to a very, very nice one The senior defense is decent human being twenty four Barrera. The last time when he fought on second I'm not first name is Brett. Second was Brera. He one point where he caught the e caught the job you through it. You have caught the job for a right and left talk, slips I mean it's just like he like dancing, is lacking. Hester is fabulous hello, Kalau, indeed, hello, Are there any other methods of trying to expand your peripheral
uh. It's basically practice just practice? So it's just something that you have to be aware of. The closing of the peripheral is also a tightening, view and not good, I would say so, but you can still focus. Even with expanded peripheral. You can still focus on the task at hand. Yes, that's that you do focus on the task in hand. He still is still focusing on the task in hand. Try driving I am isn't it I mean he was just driving just look for what you know. You wouldn't see anything coming from a attention. All you know you still look in the red review. Merit. Don't you even even though you're not really going to get you're, not gonna get me is more often than not enough behind the she stopped. You know, yeah, that's the the stereo type about Asians, being bad drivers. A friend of mine is asian. Try to tell me that the reason for that is their culture when they're. In Asia, especially in in in in China,
Nobody looks to the left and looks to the right. It's like traditional to look straight ahead and you know in your own business, don't be staring, don't look off the left and so also they run into each other. Like have you ever been on the streets, China, apparently according to ARI, they just people just bump into everybody. They just be open to each other, they're just so used to it. It's not a rudeness thing, it's just that's normal to them. So when they get in their cars they trying to do the same thing. It looks right. Had they don't look to the left over to the right and just plow ahead was not good for driving. I was in uh, I was in Hong Kong Gurnos trying to get a flight service with K1 is a disaster, but I was trying to get to flight from Hong Kong to gun child this place and they almost took the desk explaining the ants get this flight. Quick was running through felt like it was in, taken, was running about that much and the journey is just people just barging in front got you know. Just was like. I don't know it and then Jeremy Lin is kiddo. I know from that lives in Hong Kong. We saying that
Did the mainland Chinese are miles different than the people from Hong Kong? You have a different sort of values and culture yeah itself, while Hong Kong was a british empire right, while still one thousand nine hundred and ninety nine, that's ridiculous. Why they give it back and all toys made in I'm coming down like. I don't know why they're great yeah! Well, it used to be another funny thing that english people do they'll say something. Then you ask a question: he's doing great, isn't a the Welsh? Do it So she has. It allows thing, yeah, the well students I notice you used to that a lot. Will you still do in commentary, say something very complementary and then you say: isn't it yeah? I see, isn't a nice, let's just get an agreement yeah. Unless he's with Julie KIT, you know come on site with a law all got a star, it would take common site with all your cow and the you know. I am asking the photo need reassurance. Kuzmin, secure and insecure thing is a blanket that I need that
and going back to we're talking about like language, defining things like you're, defining the fact that, even though you are observing things, you are you're you're being conversational about it in your. Not being you know, you're, not like the authoritarian you're, not like the the authority of all information is being passed. Hear you saying you were looking for a consensus, yeah of course. So when you you come inside, I I know in the in the new now come to a country. Is he going to be colorful with the language you've got a you've got to engage the engaged, the audience to try them into something. Just in the fight right, you know, you've got a you've got to get out, while I'm thankful, secular anyway, some bit hyper online basil, no, but squeaky, but I'm Baker off of only because of the market. But he's like you know when you have to drive the the audience and
right and I think it's nice Chevelle is great, that she follows gray. Yeah he's got a fantastic like a whole lot, any of phrases that he loves you and he makes you jump so it makes it makes you jump as well. So I mean you'll, say stuff that I smell like Clarendon yeah people talking we talking about my friend, Michael Chevelle, who does commentary for access tv. He does lion fight. Which is the premier organization in the United States at least are more time than in the rest of the world. It's your call yeah yeah, so the X October, the sixth Liam Harsin fight from be open to soda, is the common record, the dlc for us yeah. That's it's to me, stunning, that moitie isn't more popular worldwide, but boxing is moitie, is so much more exciting than boxing there's some more variables, it's so many more ways to win and so much more effective and it's just
really in to watch. We watch a guy like sand, shy or yachts and Clyde, or some of the greats blue cow. You watch these guys fight in the easy. The are artistry and the beautiful techniques and me moves an also. The Excel treatment. This excitement of moitie, it's just so spectacular, yeah, I mean some sunshine. Cancel all over. Please let you know with Liam who I'm with my sister You know he brings a storm, will never leave anything behind. It, brings a storm and not solve six going to be wicked account yeah, I'm sweating the hands start sweating and all sorts himself childish. I really do need to grow up and get a proper job. No, you don't sanchiz interesting too, because he's he's really light on his feet. He fights different than most ties in key fights on the ball.
The feed almost exclusively utilize, a lot of front leg side kicks a group. Sort of a hat is like half deep kick have front leg. Side kick keeps you off balance a lot. My someway poron! Isn't it I mean sunshine I think was trying to originally by a guy. It called some rock come sing, who won an olympic gold medal as well, and he's got a very flamboyant technique. Amazing skill is that the guy was supposed to fight Jean Claude Van yeah. That's the one in LAS Vegas that was on. That was never going to happen right now. He was so again he's aware, but his rock hard as well. I mean you which is always just messing about. Where he's right, I mean uh, I'm watching again watching him Liam leaned smashed his front legs are base and he just said account as well. It kicking him as hard as a court and he still he's a he's, a very special he's, three thousand five hundred and thirty six. Now yeah he's not he's not getting any younger. He just
involved in a mma he's, been training? There's some videos of him like doing arm bars and stuff yeah. It's interesting because you gotta wonder like if that's what he's decided to and he fights all the time. That's the other thing like you. So I follow him on Instagram and is Sanchez. I will have this thing like about to fight the smile smile all fist. Your goal of of of bicep is funny in a limo jeez, some of the Eleventh in England. Is it going again: cattle, Charlie Charlie, He fights you know at least six times a year, not easy easy, easy he's. Fine didn't in, and one is kickboxing rules without the clinch without elbows, which is
It's interesting that they chose those uh. I'm not a big fan of that. A big fan of the organization, but I like elbows, I think elbows, are I mean, look if you can kick some in the head. Why can you album it's very effective, were talking about multi? Why limit you know why allow like leg kicks. Is the head head kicks but don't allow elbow that seems to me to be a little weird. Nothing that one thing that keeps keeps moitie back black is the traditional side of it, which I love, idol love. Not a wide crew, to why crazy d come on come on the hat you know, and if I was on hold it back well, because people are I this is my opinion. I might be wrong. Please, like you, you know people say that they get the bear whatever and they come in and they will suffice and then they just say well, Sonny's at We have found a martial arts, so you're not going to really see what they see, but I can see it from
He said for some music, why the done saying blond, hair loss is odd and also the music while they're. Actually fighting is a little odd to you. If you watch that you would have it, I don't have it yeah, I don't listening on. If you listen for, you obviously have x right, okay, yeah, but I I love it. Great fight is coming for you and in England, and everywhere else and great things happen in the world Hi Boxing Council a rough time boxes, location, it Brundle was involved in low stuff coming for she's got your cow and you know like headline fight. Iman Barlow is one of my friends, she's fighting Align fact: she's amazing she's fighting so Chavala love her yeah. I'm I'm just happy that lion fight exists, 'cause. It seems like there's so few organizations that are showing high level moitie in United States. I mean it wasn't for Mark Cuban's Axe Stevie, it's like there's, not any other options me some Gaston Bolanos he's great he's only at a few factories rock hard- and you think, is six
six in one. He won lost one fight in those very highly disputed decision, long I'll gains that cycle yeah yeah yeah, but I I when he won the fight it's difficult. I watched it once it's close to what you and again to to really solve analyze it by like his style, a lot yeah he comes for this fight is only on a few fight yeah. I think flee before you'll find in England soon, and yeah and, of course, Kevin Ross, who said before very fun: gotta watch too he's e highly skilled, Zoila Frausto's fighting and glory. And he's Kevin Ross, is also fighting in Bellator Kickboxing, too right, but just seen these signals last one
It's still a little bit more insight very difficult to fight dot style, but I will of the seas with a good gym. So little transitional transitional. Isn't it funny that that to most people that looks like the same thing, the looking at it like? What's the difference- and you know the code, but the clinch yeah big factor in the elbows are big yeah, the stance as well that the past the stones- you know, JO, Jo Petrossian, use- you know fights my tie style, but he says he can. He adopted the rules very well because of his boxing skill, how what is your job to now he's fighting soon in ballot? So I don't know why? Because the other one devastating loss to activist interesting, yeah, amazing personal, see an up close I've never seen anybody like clock. Just flip shots and just lands, and when he hits when he lands with these counters are not they're, not softap. The light whack. Your in a position where you can't hear me can hit you he's just poetry. Emotion is absolutely super he's interesting too, because his not like some physical
best memories like that, just an average guy, which is a very intelligent approach to finding how color, is that his eyesight in the circular nobody's eyesight is because he's so focused on what you do, and even if you want to train in everything is specific, is a softball as well, which each limit the shot. So what can a softball with you know? Our sample connect you with an ease to stop down to finance those for sale, he's just the pop up to find out that the count was that you opened for all the old. The the scene looks a lot of times. What is, if you often spotted, also samples and spent time with him, Denise is difficult for you to adjust to you know. My Cubans have so many softballs because of the the the styles difficult to contend with, sometimes yeah. It is funny that more people don't do it. They don't compete as a south paw in it. There's a lot of teachers that are starting to teach like a manual steward was doing that towards the end days. Was our teaching guides to five
their strong hand forward, so he's taking right, handers and having to fight southpaw yeah yeah? Well, that was a left handed off a ducks Della hires left handed off yeah Della who is left handed, but he would fight in orthodox dance, so we'd have his left arm, which is his dominant hand forward. Andre Ward, yes left handed yeah yeah, but I don't know whether Busey Lomachenko's right and it or not. It's interesting, though, isn't it to make that decision to use your dominant hand, is your front hand when everybody else uses it as the power hand, the backhand yeah I mean other than I always feels a bit, but then again it would feel weird if you don't do it. This is like any everything feels weird member. The first time you try to throw a left hook. You like what some are already have some left on that anyway, so are you yeah, so he's he's always been. So it's been a a rifle first tonight yeah, but I member first time throw Mc Hook, thinking like one of bizarre way to generate power,
and now it's a second nature. Now it just feels like you just you know just does it your body's moves that way. Yeah just like I think Joe, my pas left on it is a huge one. Every does he's like he's he's left kick by. Trying with sun can only for money is on some channel. Is a left kick some channels of south. John, when possible, a great laugh cake, yeah, we're slowly starting to see real high level, more tie fighters competing MMA and really more so in women's may yeah in I, we have a lot of high level people in them, men's of course, but in women's MMA you wanna and Jacob, yeah. You want to one when I say her name right. You wanna Young yongjae check. Why am I saying it wrong, though young yongjae check? Is it a young jet? But why, saying it wrong. Is one of those were if you, don't you don't say it for a couple days you go
talk to you want everybody says Johanne too: it's actually you want to young Jay check thing, I'm saying it right, Phil off it's so different between the way she says it? She says it like. I don't even know if I'm gonna make that noise in my face, I see why questions things see. Here's the thing you look at it right there. First of all, what the fuck is going on with that E. Why is that you have a goatee like that? Is not help me at all like? Have you pull up her name? And you make me re say her name? It doesn't help me at all, but whatever she it's fucking awesome which she is she's, really incredible like her her technique, her jab is just vicious. She step forward and blast that stiff jab on girls, hair, front, cakes or round kicks her her elbows when she's defending takedowns her clinch work. May God she's good, she's, so good she's, one of the most technical strikers in any division and
she's in women's MMA, of course, Valentina Shevchenko, of course, very, very accomplished. Moy tie fighter who is now fighting in women's MMA and some good coaches coming from Brian Popejoy as well from boxing works, he's really good and watch them on Passover day. He D knows what he's doing he's a he's. A good coach could be available. So good with time in and all that sort of business. What do you think that moitie needs in order to become as popular in the United States as it is in other parts of the world? Experience a chance right, And it's not just not fun I know it's not and it's not as if the got not guilty some people with it, I'm here because well, it's a joke. Chillin in a Mccall officially coming here with you, which is brilliant thanks. Very much welcome to see Brian Doba from double. Does my tie, an EAST East?
full of these. Like one million miles an hour, everything was that uh in Fontana, Indiana, California, and it you know the I've got. The talent is just the chance. I actually don't know, I think, there's a lot of maybe politics involved or not getting the snow could have been banned. You know the like yeah, we column into clips. There bear everywhere, the bonding California, which is unfortunately unfortunate because our going to experience did not but also not going to die enough. People worried about was soda, not some people were being unethical and so smokers though they didn't have the proper medical staff on. I think someone got hurt in an mma smoker and I think that kind of polluted air in a bit. Let people get hurt in the gym but it hurt them all right, but I'd love it to other chance. I think it should be bigger in the United States I need a common sight from England by the way yeah. I agree I really do
that it should be bigger. The United States- and I do think that it is it's not like something- is to it's not like cricket. Like good looks on that yeah, but it's something that's universally exciting. I know you guys will enjoy correct. I don't even allow many of you know what it means good. I don't even know anything about it. Congratulations and may not this, for or football or american football or baseball leave, but point. I is universally exciting. If you watch it, it's universally exciting in it, my opinion. It's one of the most effective combat sports, like as itself as an individual unit y'all can I work for amazing infusion that I was very privileged to work for them too. Yeah some of high level stuff. I love it. I mean a fusion of the best new commas, the you know the new kids on the block coming for their amazing niece. Moroccans, a rock out and England, you know with with the all caught when these children, Watson, Liam and and the costs and all of killed, guys
Coming for a sweet kid, I love it. Listen I hate to cut this off by I get the out of here, but I really appreciate you coming down here: stand either. I I will learn a lot every time I talk to you and I think the the people do as well, and I appreciate the time line therapy and if people want want to get ahold of you. How do they do that? You have any showman dot com and get me on Facebook, or you can get me at Vinny Shell time, sixty nine on twitter, all right. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much finish. Ormond thanks help thanks brother thanks nobody for tuning into the podcast thanks to Caveman, coffee, caveman, coffee, co, dot com go there and buy some of that. That's! What's fueled through this experience, thanks also to Legalzoom go to Legalzoom dot com use. The code word Rogan at check out for a nice fat discount you fucks, thanks to zip, Brooke cruder, go to ziprecruiter dot com, use
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