In this episode, Cameron Shayne and Mark Baratto discuss how this one little thing you can do every day that will create extraordinary results over time.
In the episode, Mark Baratto and Cameron Shayne discuss current events happening in the world and how you can apply this way of thinking into positively impacting your life.
In this episode, Cameron is interviewed by Buck Grant on his informative show, “The Fight Focus Podcast.”
Cameron Shayne is the founder of Budokon, a Mixed Movement Art that includes martial arts, calisthenics, Mobility, and yoga. I trained with him over a month ago during a 5-day immersion for mobility work and got to know him quite well during that time. His team is coming off of a vital MMA win. Rafael Lovato Jr, a world champion black belt who cross trains with Cameron just won at Bellator in a pivotal fight for his career. I had the honor of sparing with him while I was out there, along with the like of UFC TUF Veteran Josh Burkman and Hall of Fame BJJ practitioner Xande Ribeiro. These and many other high-end fighters are gravitating towards Cameron and in this episode of the Fight Focus, we discuss why.
1. Fighter vs martial artist (the value of a black belt fighter.) character
2. Mastery through service. (Servant master, student teacher, (56 min.)
3. Born Fighting. How every sport is a fighting art, INCLUDING BASEBALL. (Athletic competence.)
4. Beliefs and Constructs. Why nothing is REAL. Why do we have a structure like styles and belief systems? (Black belt system measurable progression.) Movement Matrix Lineage Systems.
5. Why did you create Budokon? MMA-The progression of efficiency but the regression of character.
6. Customer-Privilege Student-service
7. In your exploration of human consciousness, what new paradigms if any have shifted your perspective on things?
8. Why should Yogis do martial arts? Survival and thrive with it.
9. Fuck Budokon? Sleeping with Students and The anonymous Yogi.
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss and define what it means to be a strong leader, and how you may need to be disagreeable in the short term in order to make long-term change.
Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the 3 stages of awareness:
Have you ever wondered how professional athletes perform at such high-levels? In this episode, Cameron reveals the secrets he has learned from training these athletes, and how we can all apply them to our lives.
Do you want a happy life? How about one filled with worry or despair?
It's obvious we all want the former, yet your interpretation on things can drastically change your life to the latter.
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss, Tony Robbins, the #metoo movement, and how human beings listen to what they really want to hear.
How you listen to this episode can radically change your life.
What do you think of when someone asks, “What’s your life's purpose?”
Do you feel confused? Are you unsure and 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” and provide all the answers (well... maybe some of them at least).
In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the existence of God.
One of us believes there is a God and the other doesn't. You can only imagine where this episode goes...
On today's controversial episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto recruited special guests, Melayne Shayne and Jose Rivera, to discuss the topic of victimization. We cover the whole construct of victim language, mentality, and decision-making process.
We help to answer questions like, Is the world happening "to you," instead of "for you?" What strategies and tactics are you using in your life to feed your victim mentality?
In a very honest conversation, we cover a number of topics like what's happening in Hollywood and the #metoo movement, and how this may be feeding a victim mentality instead of creating an empowered one.
Today Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto go real deep and discuss one of Budokon's core principles, the distinction between a relative reality vs an absolute reality.
What is connected to me? What is happening to me or happening around me? These questions are asked every day when you live in a "Relative State."
Once you understand that your absolute reality is greater than your true self, and is happening with or without your witness of it, your perception of reality can drastically change for the better.
In this special LIVE episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto sit down with his students on day 9 of a 30-day BDK 500 hour Mixed Mover camp at Budokon University, for a mind science session.
When asked who want to participate, Jules speaks up looking for some answers on why he is questioning his relationship with his girlfriend, and if his feelings are strong enough to stay with her.
For more details and to sign-up, please visit: BDK 500 Hour Mixed Mover Camp.
This unique and life-changing training camp is the longest and most extensive program that Budokon University offers. For 30-days we bring people together from all walks of life, movement backgrounds, skill levels, and fitness goals and transform them into BDK mixed movement artists. Our focus on nutrition, mixed movement training, and mental coaching produces extraordinary results in both the new mover and the professional teacher.
HOW WE DO IT
For 30 days you will train daily with founder Cameron Shayne and the BU staff of Black Belt Professors. All students will be trained at a professional level allowing those inspired to teach BDK Yoga and BDK Calisthenics to test for both certifications. All students will also be eligible to test for their BDK Martial Arts Red Belt on the final weekend of the course. Educating students in 3 different systems of movement within a 30-day time frame would be next to impossible for most systems. Budokon is unique because our 32 years of researched and tested movement curriculum interchanges seamlessly between our yoga, martial arts, and calisthenics curriculums. This allows our educators to tailor the focus of each day's training and technique around its multiple uses and variable applications across each category.
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 use 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.
Have you ever wondered how Budokon came about or wanted to know more about Cameron's journey into creating the Budokon system?
In this Episode, Mark Baratto gets Cameron Shayne to "opens his kimono" and reveals everything you'd ever want to know about Budokon.
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.
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.
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.