Have you ever wondered how professional athletes perform at such high levels? In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto reveals the secrets Cameron has learned from training these athletes, and how we can all apply them to our lives.
What do you think of when someone asks, “What’s your passion?” Are you searching? Are you confused? Are you waiting for it to hit you like a bolt of lightning?
On today’s podcast, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the topic of “Finding Your Purpose.”
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss pattern interrupts and how they can be used to change a particular thought, behavior or situation. Behavioral psychology uses this technique to interrupt and change thought patterns and behaviors. It can be as simple as initiating a handshake or as definitive as eradicating a bad habit.
In this episode of the podcast, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss being, becoming and existing as a movement athlete. We cover a large range of topics from, how to get started as a beginner, how to begin moving as an older adult, how to move with preexisting injuries, and our favorite, how adding different ranges of movement can add years to your professional athletic career.
Are you in a relationship and feel unheard or attacked? Did you ever wonder why your partner bottles up and gives you the cold shoulder? Whether you are in an intimate relationship or have a close relationship with friends and family, this is the episode for you!
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto talk about relationships and discuss a revolutionary approach that has been helping couples understand themselves and their partner better.
There is one common dynamic of why relationships that fail: One partner (lion) reacts with outbursts of anger, while the other (unicorn) tries to avoid conflict in ways that only make things worse.
These constructs were first introduced to Cameron by now friend Mark Waller, the author of, “The Dance of the Lion and the Unicorn.”
In this episode you will get to hear from both perspectives of the lion and the unicorn’s point of view, using real-life examples as Cameron’s wife Melayne joins the podcast.
Whether you are in business, are an athlete, or want to better yourself, this interview with Rafael Lovato Jr. shows one man’s journey on how to achieve greatness, and how you can apply these principles to your life to achieve success. Rafael stopped by the Budokon University to better understanding how the Budokon system can add power, flexibility, movement, and longevity to any athlete’s career.
Although Lovato is known as a successful competitor in high-level competition, he is particularly notable for being the third American (B.J. Penn being the first) to win the World Jiu-Jitsu Championship as a black belt.
Rafael (6’3″ 185) is a black belt under Carlos Machado, the oldest of the Machado family. Rafael has had a long and formative training history with Xande and Saulo Ribeiro, one which began after he competed against Saulo in the finals of the 2003 Arnold Classic when Rafael was just 19 years old.
Rafael is currently 6-0 as a professional fighter and is expected to face Chris Honeycutt at Bellator 189 Live on Spike Sports.
Did you know that our feelings are based on the questions and key words we say to ourselves and how we respond to them? What internal dialogue are you having with yourself right now?
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the use of words and how much impact they have on others and how the internal conversation you have with yourself determines your state of being.