In this episode of the pod, 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.
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.
Is what I am saying really the right thing? How come what's right for me, is wrong for someone else? Today Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto help break down the different constructs between "right and wrong," and how we are constantly negotiating between the two. When you start to adopt the belief that there is no "absolute" right and wrong, you can begin to remove negative mental roadblocks from your life.
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto talk about beliefs and how they shape your reality. Constructs are the products of beliefs. We see them take shape and form as cultures, religions, perspectives, opinions, and general reality. Beliefs trap the human mind in fixed ways of being, seeing and doing everything. As a result, our entire reality is built upon them. How do we change them to create the reality we want?
In the second part of this two-part episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss how to use social media, specific to the movement community like yoga teachers, fitness professionals, martial artists and movement coaches - and how to brand yourself.
In this two-part episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss how to build a brand specific to the movement community like yoga teachers, fitness professionals, martial artists and movement coaches, and how to market yourself socially.
Book reference: The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason
In this first episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the modern man and his relationship with modern-day yoga.