Here we explain the difference between a fixed mindset (like those who give up easily) and a growth mindset and how a coach like Deep End Fitness can help. What is Mindset Coaching? We often associate the term “coach” or “coaching” with athletics and physical training, but it can be applied to more than that.Continue reading “Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset & Why You Need a Coach”
What is a Modern Day Warrior? By definition, a warrior is a person of war, a hardened individual who specializes in warfare and has the skills and tactics to engage in combat, wherever that may be. Warriors exist to protect a nation, borders, and the lives of others. Growing up, I was exposed to theContinue reading “How to Be a Modern Day Warrior”
In a recent video on the MySwimPro channel, swimming coach and three-time U.S. Masters Swimming National Champion Fares Ksebati attends a Deep End Fitness workout class, which combines regular swimming with less conventional training techniques to improve functional fitness.
Watch Team North take on Team South in the 2020 Underwater Torpedo League (UTL). UTL co-founders Prime Hall and Don Tran join the show to break down the history and rules of the league, and provide great details on what it take to compete in the UTL.
Ms. Macfarlane says underwater training has helped her build muscle endurance and mental stamina for fighting.
What do you call a melee of big-wave surfers, NFL stars, pro swimmers, and armed forces vets vying for control of a foam toy at the bottom of a pool? Underwater torpedo.
Don Tran ’20, a former Marine Raider, co-founded a new, ultra-trendy gladiator sport that is garnering the attention of celebrities, Olympic swimmers and professional athletes.
Group fitness class aficionado Chris Black tried it—and tried not to drown.
Making Waves In and Out of the Pool; Why Two Marine Raiders Started Their Own Sports League and Training Program After Serving
In 2009, United States Marine Prime Hall, who had passed the three-week Marine Corps Water Survival School in which less than 50 percent of enrollees complete, was an instructor to certify combat water-safety swimmers. That’s how, in 2010, he met and trained Don Tran at Camp Pendleton in California. From that point on, Hall andContinue reading “Making Waves In and Out of the Pool; Why Two Marine Raiders Started Their Own Sports League and Training Program After Serving”