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Dedicated to Improving Your Performance – Whatever Your Goals

As the dedicated and gifted excel to world-class levels of performance, it has been said anyone who practices over time can become competent, even expert, in any chosen endeavor.
Hear from the experts & top performers, listen to inspiring stories and achievements to help improve your performance and talent development in sport, health, nutrition, and much more.

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You Are Not Alone – World Mental Health Day

Oct 16/ 2019/

October 10th was a very important day. It was World Mental Health Day as mental health is everyone’s business. Most of us, if not all of us, have felt the darkness of mental health issues, be it ourselves, a family member or friend. No matter your connection it is never easy dealing with a mental health condition. As we grow and learn so does the hope for everyone who is suffering.
One of the most important developments has been the movement to raise the awareness and wipe out the stigma surrounding the many shapes and forms of mental health conditions that people deal with daily and perhaps even more important is knowing that you are not alone.
This year’s theme is Suicide Prevention. This is a topic we all need to have with friends, family and our children. Open and honest conversation in hopes that we may help and save someone who feels so lost.
You are not alone.
There are two articles related to mental health, that for me are two of the most powerful articles I have ever read on the topic. They describe the darkness two great athletes faced and I would like to share them with you. Both Articles From The Players Tribune:
“Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark”by former NHL player Corey Hirsch
“Everything is Not O.K.” by Nick Boynton
Thank you Corey, Nick and everyone at The Player Tribune the powerful impact of these articles and articles like these will be felt for time to come.
We also discuss what we are watching this fall as the sporting world rolls along and what we can’t watch. The World Cup of Rugby was put on hold this weekend due to dangerous weather so we miss two important matches; England vs France & New Zealand vs Italy.
I thought if we can’t watch the All Blacks lets at least talk about them. We recap our great conversation with James Kerr author of the Krush Must Read book: ‘Legacy: What the All Blacks can Teach Us About the Business of Life.
As always, if you have a topic you would like us to investigate get to us at KrushPerformance.com and, keep yourself on the cutting edge of human performance Subscribe to the Krush podcast and sign up for our weekly Newsletter while you are there.
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Till Next Week,
Jeff

MLB Postseason, NFL Suspension, & NHL Krush Kick Off

Oct 16/ 2019/

“It’s Difficult to Make Predictions: Especially about the Future” ~ Danish Proverb
This week, we have some fun on Krush Performance as we dig into what may very well be our favorite time of year.
You thought the 2018 MLB season was crazy? As the numbers from the 2019 start to roll in, it’s clear we haven’t seen crazy quite yet. We break down some of the early numbers and we look at the MLB postseason. You have got to hustle. One of my favorite MLB players learned a hard lesson early in the MLB postseason. Let’s all learn from it. We LOVE October Baseball!
Question: Is the Major League Baseball Post Season the toughest Post Season to get into? Is it the World Series the toughest championship to win? Let us know what you think, write to us info@krushperformance.com or on Twitter @jeffkrush
Also, the NHL season is here. We take a Krush look at the NHL teams, players, and the top storylines we are watching this season. Not to predict who will do what but more to see where teams and players are at and how this season will roll out. There will be plenty to watch and learn this NHL season.
Finally, the NFL suspends Vontaze Burfict for the remainder of the NFL season. Do you agree with the call? The Suspension? We discuss.
We’ll also start a conversation on skill, talent and the long game of athlete development.

And as always, if you have a topic you would like us to investigate get to us at KrushPerformance.com and, keep yourself on the cutting edge of human performance Subscribe to the Krush podcast and sign up for our weekly Newsletter while you are there.
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Till Next Week,
Jeff

Join Jeff as he interviews Dr Yoni Freedhoff; The Diet Fix: Why Diets Fail and How to Make Yours Work

Oct 29/ 2014/

Collectively we have cut fat consumption by a third since the mid 70’s, the number of workout centers have tripled in the last 10yrs – yet obesity and overweight has doubled and tripled in the mean time and the number of new fad diets is out of control: low carb – no carb – high protein – no protein -no fat -beach -paelo – vegan…..

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The deal is diets don’t work! In fact stats have shown that 90% of all diets fail yet right now the diet industry takes in about $60 Billion per year in North America alone!
Make no mistake the Big Food industry is in it to make money – fast food, junk food, the supplement industry. It’s crazy to think the stress on the health care dollar is reaching a breaking point.
In fact health issues due to overweight and obesity have taken over from smoking as the number 1 preventable cause of death…SCARY.

We ask the question which is more effective for modifying weight – diet or exercise?
Answer: Of your modifiable weight it’s 80% Diet, 20% Exercise

If you are an athlete, parent, coach or someone conscious about the food you and your family eat, I strongly suggest you follow Dr. Freedhoff’s blog WeightyMatters.ca
One of my favourite posts of his – Juice is not a *#@> fruit!

Join us to listen to Yoni Freedhoff, he is not afraid to call a spade a spade. and that is why we like him!