Episode 79- Dan John- Lessons Learned: Fun and the Pursuit of Lifelong Learning & movement

Dan John
If you haven’t yet heard of Dan John, you’re in for a big treat!
Dan has been coaching for over 4 decades, and has been an athlete his entire life. From Track and Field to Olympic weightlifting, Dan has played and coached for many years. With over 10 books authored over the last 20 years, Dan has shared his wisdom, insights, and failures with coaches and athletes around the world.  He’s been coaching others online since 1998, before most people knew what Adobe Acrobat is.
This episode I got to sit down with Dan, and talk shop with him. To say there are a few gems in here of wisdom is an understatement. Get your notebook ready, and enjoy the conversation, as while we cover some “serious” training topics, we have quite a few laughs on the way. 
 
-Everything needs to be finished, BEFORE you complete it -Why coaches can and should say “I don’t know” -Why & How training should change as you move through more decades on this earth -When are you “good enough to be frustrated”? -There’s a time and place for everything -Why you’ll need 3,000 pieces of paper
 
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Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie

Coaching since 2000, Menachem Brodie has been working with athletes in a number of settings, and a broad variety of sports.

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