Good Athlete Podcast Ep. 160 – Callen McGibbon

September 2, 2022 0 Comments


[00:00:00] I’ve like an expectation of efficiency. So for those who’re not hitting that expectation. Then I, I believe I let by not being , , slightly than, , as a result of many of the athletes have labored with my profession, I’d say that’s sort of a standard thread amongst them. Such as you don’t must beat them up as a result of as quickly as they sense that they’re off-targets, like they’re already mad at themselves. So getting like bringing that additional is rarely productive or hasn’t been a method for me.

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Jesse: [00:01:28] Welcome to the Good Athlete Podcast. I’m your host Jesse Funk. My visitor right now is the founder and CEO of REPerformance. He’s been a power coach for practically 20 years, working on the Olympic stage, the NHL stage, that’s hockey. For those who can’t hear me pronounce issues proper. He’s been with youth. He’s labored on Workforce Canada’s Particular Olympics Powerlifting Coach. Welcome to the present Callen McGibbon.

Callen: [00:01:57] Hey, Jesse, thanks very a lot for having me.

Jesse: [00:01:58] Yeah, thanks for approaching. I can think about. I’ve had a lot of coaches over my lifetime of coaching and a lot of coaches once I was in class. And also you sort of remind me just a little little bit of one among my first coaches, simply because it’s very cool demeanor. You realize, these are some coaches which can be like actual excessive power on a regular basis and that’s one teaching type. However I bear in mind he was only a cool buyer, I suppose I’d say. Like it will take so much for him to say, get excited or wish to yell at you.

[00:02:38] It could simply be like, I’m a distance runner, so we might be like doing laps or no matter and simply run round and be like, “Good job.” Simply so you bought to provide me that these vibes, that demeanor, and I appreciated it very a lot. So I really feel such as you most likely have perhaps an analogous presence with the youth that you simply work with.

Callen: [00:03:02] Yeah, I suppose so. I very a lot. I’ve like an expectation of efficiency. So for those who’re not hitting that expectation. Then I believe I let by not being , , slightly than, , as a result of many of the athletes I’ve labored with in my profession, I’d say that’s sort of a standard thread amongst them. Such as you don’t must beat them up as a result of as quickly as they sense that they’re off-targets, like they’re already mad at themselves. So getting like bringing that additional is rarely productive or hasn’t been a method for me. So I’ve all the time been simply sort of like a cool, sort of calm, collective sort presence.

[00:03:54] After which if there’s one thing that’s nice, I’m like, Good job. I don’t get overly excited at instances I do when there’s like huge achievements. However I additionally don’t wish to over-celebrate as a result of it’s I all the time inform the athletes I work with, it’s a marathon, not a dash. And what I imply by that’s, is your profession. You realize, clearly there are specific sports activities which can be distant sports activities in sure sports activities which can be energy sports activities and so forth.

[00:04:18] However the profession itself is a marathon, not a dash. And for those who get enthusiastic about little achievements or like on a regular basis issues, , you’ll rapidly burn out as a result of it doesn’t. It takes years. So I sort of simply hold this type of stage spot and I wish to be a stage spot for the athlete or whoever I’m teaching. I wish to be sort of on the extent in order that if issues are going off-site of their lives, like I’m not everywhere in the map, in order that they’re capable of sort of carry stuff to me and know that I’m level-headed and I can discuss one thing that is perhaps occurring fully outdoors of the coaching session, proper?

[00:05:00] Like at dwelling, or perhaps they’re new to parenthood or no matter, , perhaps they’re considering they’re going to lose their spot on a staff or one thing, proper? Like there’s every kind of feelings. So if I’m fairly secure, then they’ll speak, proper?

Jesse: [00:05:15] Yeah. You realize, it makes me take into consideration, such as you talked about, the sort of lack of negativity as a necessity for lots of the athletes you’ve labored with and lots of athletes I’ve spoken with, from amateurs to Olympians, sort of say the identical factor is like there’s loads of self-motivation and I don’t know particularly with my present, it could be a matter of identical to self-selection on who I’m capable of speak to or invite to speak to me, I suppose. But it surely looks like there’s loads of motivation to carry out. So it’s such as you don’t you already knew you screwed up. You don’t want the piling on.

[00:05:59] However prefer it makes me take into consideration the distinction between that and I’ll say just like the mainstream thought about like a coach, I believe. I don’t know. A complete lot concerning the internal workings of like hockey tradition, however with the US. Soccer is an enormous factor and there’s this. There’s this like nearly like iconoclastic determine of a soccer coach who’s identical to berating his gamers about how horrible they’re. And that’s the way in which to encourage them, wish to get principally to get the coach to close up.

[00:06:40] It’s such as you’ve started working arduous sufficient for him to, like, cease telling you that you simply’re a bit of shit. And it’s like, is that — I simply take into consideration that the dichotomy between that proper, is prefer it’s a complete shift between motivation by like cessation of that negativity versus constructive reinforcement. Even just a bit liquid with my coach, just a little good job for those who simply get the lap proper or no matter. And it simply makes me marvel — Is it even attainable to shift our cultural angle? In direction of your path versus that extra I suppose frequent or considered trait like tearing individuals right down to make to construct them again up.

Callen: [00:07:36] I believe it’s a essential shift in society. In order. You realize, you watch technology to technology and their behaviors and developments and the way in which they cope with like challenges and and obstacles. I personally see that the generations coming are far more conscious of their emotions. They usually’ve been raised in that approach as a result of, , their dad and mom have been very like, , they have been put in situations the place they have been perhaps berated or torn right down to be constructed up. They usually didn’t like the way it felt a whole lot of instances, so and a few perhaps did, however I believe the bulk essentially didn’t. And if I’m fallacious, then this subsequent technology, I don’t know the place that habits is coming from.

[00:08:30] So I don’t consider that I’m fallacious from the standpoint of claiming that, , I believe 80% of youth concerned in sports activities or athletics or no matter which can be dad and mom now are older now and like, let’s say the 40 to 55-year in vary, I don’t assume a whole lot of them felt like that was actually useful, whether or not it will be within the dwelling, in a parenting standpoint or in a training sports activities standpoint. So we raised children which can be far more conscious of their emotions and we increase them by being conscious of their emotions, ask them extra questions on how they really feel.

[00:09:03] And for those who keep in that previous guard teaching type, you’re not transferring with the instances and the youngsters are developing and so they’re far more conscious of how they’re feeling and the way they’re the way in which they act impacts these round them. And I’d say that they’re far more simply naturally anxious and so they’re extra liable to nervousness than my technology was.

[00:09:34] And, , and that’s their problem when my technology had challenges, proper? Their technology has challenges. And in order a coach, I need to attempt to adapt to that. And as a enterprise chief, I need to attempt to adapt that as youthful individuals are available in by way of the corporate like you may’t I simply lead them approach completely different than I’d have 15, 20 years in the past. Now I’m maturing, but additionally they’re simply completely different. They’re simply they’re altering.

[00:10:01] So if the purpose is to have for the individuals you’re with to attain no matter they’ve come to you to attain, whether or not it’s any person on Olympic staff or any person who’s coming to sort of simply get in higher form, regardless of the case could also be, they’re already motivated, which you’ve alluded to. So that you don’t need to flip that off ever. You need to hold that going sturdy, proper? So you must adapt and have the ability to communicate to them in a approach that they keep that approach. Proper? That they don’t get down. And that’s arduous to arduous to vary. So for some individuals, like in teaching, it’s arduous for them to consider doing it a distinct approach.

Jesse: [00:10:42] You realize, I hear this sentiment and. You realize, there’s two sides to this thought. So such as you’re speaking concerning the technology developing being extra conscious that emotions. It makes me take into consideration in a broader sense just like the sort of trigger and impact of how every technology is raised and the way they adapt, how the world modifications, how that impacts how they increase their kids in these shifts that occur over generations of individuals.

[00:11:19] What I believe is tough is, primary, being conscious sufficient on a sort of macro-scale to see perhaps why that’s occurring, why these modifications are occurring in the event that they’re constructive or detrimental. As a result of I believe you typically get this pushback from older technology to the youthful generations. You all the time hear like, it’s not a brand new factor. It’s not going to go wherever. You all the time hear issues like, “oh, the younger individuals don’t need to work, they’re lazy, they’re this or that.”

[00:11:51] As a result of they’re not like me. Like I imply, you return by way of newspapers for many years and it’s the identical story over and time and again and once more. It’s not distinctive to this point in time. So that you see that. However then clearly issues are altering. And also you hope, I suppose I hope as an optimist, issues are enhancing for every technology. Like that’s our purpose, I suppose, proper, is we would like successive generations to be doing higher than the earlier one.

[00:12:29] So I’m wondering about our skill to adapt to the modifications, but additionally to acknowledge our place within the cycle of change, I suppose, after which have the ability to adapt ourselves. Such as you mentioned generally it’s arduous for like I’ll say previous guard, which is all the time altering itself, previous guard teaching or no matter, to adapt to new workers, new athletes, new mindsets and work out the best way to carry them to the place the place they need to go.

Callen: [00:13:09] Yeah. That’s the — Effectively, that’s the trick to championships, proper? Are you able to get them, are you able to discover a technique to unlock each single member of your staff’s 100% potential on a regular basis? They consider in themselves. They need to do it for you, and so they need to do it for his or her teammates. And there’s nothing on the earth that’s going to cease them or distract them from that focus. So and detrimental ideas or the no matter — the garlic to a vampire, proper? Like detrimental ideas or like they’re they crush all that —

Jesse: [00:13:48] They’re kryptonite to their motivation.

Callen: [00:13:51] Yeah, yeah, yeah. They’re kryptonite to motivation. Effectively articulated. So thanks for saving me on that one.

Jesse: [00:13:58] I noticed the place you’re going.

Callen: [00:14:00] Yeah. Yeah, that’s good. So good staff. In order that’s. That’s the factor. You bought to maintain it. You bought to maintain that going, that positivity. And it’s arduous. I learn the each day Stoic and I imply, there’s quotes in there from Socrates and stuff from like 500 years in the past. And it’s the identical factor. It’s the identical, , speaking about they’re simply speaking concerning the human situation again then.

[00:14:22] So it’s such as you mentioned, it’s been occurring without end. Proper? And the way do you ways you are taking the most effective of what? From my technology, the way in which I used to be introduced up, and also you carry the constructive issues ahead after which however you bought to ensure you eliminate the issues that we’ve realized there’s a greater approach. You bought to adapt into these higher methods. In order that’s a cool a part of teaching. Yeah, it’s neat. Main corporations, no matter. It’s the identical factor.

Jesse: [00:14:54] You’re proper. They’re fairly analogous. One critique from one among my pal’s enterprise mentors. Eager about you flip concerning the “children”, right now. Be extra conscious of the sentiments. He suggests or asks the query, not essentially suggests, however asks the query, “Is it attainable to be too conscious of your emotions too wrapped up in precisely how I really feel?” And I’ll give an instance. Utilizing myself is a working instance, and I’ve talked about this earlier than. One among my coaches in faculty, I was like, I’m an enormous proponent of price of perceived exertion, like “How arduous am I working?”, “How do I really feel utilizing that to tempo your self,” all these sort of issues.

[00:15:46] And I obtained very, excellent at it once I was in sort of a peak in my working health. I might you inform me to run no matter cut up. I might do it nearly inside a tenth of a second, generally, often extra like nearer to a second. However anyway, so very intent on how do I really feel? And I obtained actually wrapped up on this and simply speaking about all these nuances. This feels this fashion and this feels so. After which my coach checked out me and mentioned, “Jesse, are you aware why silly individuals run quicker than you?” Like “What? Like, what are you speaking about proper now?”

[00:16:25] As a result of they don’t take into consideration how a lot it hurts. They simply run. And it makes me take into consideration like. I believe it’s vital to know the way you’re feeling, however there may be doubtlessly a restrict. So I suppose I’d like your ideas on do you agree with my coach in that thought? Is there a restrict to being too concerned in your emotions or is there like a breakthrough aspect the place you develop into this type of like grasp of your emotions and you then’re sort of like a grasp of this new area?

Callen: [00:16:59] I believe there’s a distinct scheme like coaching and perhaps competing. And so for me to interpret that might be if you practice. I believe it’s essential to know, like what you’re doing, the way you’re doing it, the way it’s feeling. Like I’m an enormous proponent of  RPEs like our software program. Like in our firm, prefer it makes use of RPEs to progress children. So like, I’m an enormous, enormous proponent of it, however when there’s like, that’s completely different than like a aggressive like surroundings the place I’m doing one thing to win. 

[00:17:36] After I’m doing one thing to win, I’m not considering or feeling something like I’m so into the second that like, that’s all that issues and nothing goes to distract me from doing no matter it takes to perform the purpose, which might be successful. So I believe these are I interpret them just a little completely different. I prefer it when individuals are conscious of how they’re feeling in a coaching surroundings and when it’s time to carry out, then that’s what the coaching gave you the flexibility to confidently know you may simply go as arduous as you need and also you’ll be positive, , such as you simply go, don’t fear about something.

[00:18:14] You’ve finished all of the work. Now it’s time to go. Simply unleash your self. In order that’s the place I see it. However I believe there generally is a time if you’re too conscious for certain. Relying on the context.

Jesse: [00:18:25] Yeah, proper. Proper. Effectively, that’s I imply, that’s the entire level of all this content material is. I do a present the place I simply discuss working comes out within the YouTube channel the place this will likely be. So for those who’re not on the YouTube channel or YouTube.com/Solpri, you try the opposite stuff as effectively. However, , I reply a whole lot of questions on like, is that this good, is that dangerous? Is that this it’s like each video is principally it relies upon what — , prefer it relies upon “what’s your state of affairs?”, “The place are you at?”, “What’s this factor?”, “What’s that factor?”

[00:19:05] It relies upon. You realize, it’s like saying, “is chocolate cake dangerous?” Effectively, it relies upon. You realize, it’d really be good for those who’ve been like — So for those who’re like in a brilliant calorie deficit and also you’ve been so arduous on your self, you’re tremendous harassed, you may simply want like a bit of chocolate cake. Could be a pick-me-up. You might want to assist you to simply calm down and that may assist carry you again to an excellent place. Like there’s an instance of the place chocolate cake is perhaps good, however then for those who solely eat chocolate cake, that’s all of your eating regimen is. Effectively, that might clearly be dangerous. So, like, it relies upon.

[00:19:42] And that’s off on a tangent now the chocolate cake. However that’s sort of the fascinating factor about like teaching or serving to individuals write it’s like. You’ll be able to generally you may suss out the solutions, however like. There’s no technique to fairly simply, like, substitute your self with a bit of software program or automation, like, simply. Go go clicking the issues within the software program. It’ll let you know what to do.

Callen: [00:20:13] Yeah. That half isn’t attainable. You simply gotta. You gotta really feel and be taught. Effectively, that’s sort of like studying, proper? Like that’s the method, that’s the schooling of development, and that’s you transferring ahead. Yeah, simply that’s a fantastic definition of development, proper? Motion. So I imply, you’re that’s development. You’re studying, you’re figuring issues out. You’re making an attempt to know what works for you. And every. You realize, silo of your life and also you’re making an attempt to use extra issues that work so that you simply regularly develop and transfer and ahead path.

Jesse: [00:20:51] Yeah.

Callen: [00:20:53] Generally they’re arduous choices, generally they’re simple, however that’s studying. 

Jesse: [00:21:00] Yeah. I do understand I’m missed just a little bit. I do need to again up. We’re on about 15, 20 minutes and one thing like that ought to we must always have began with I obtained off by myself tangent. We simply begin with me asking you what does REPerformance really do? As a result of we’ve sort of been dancing round what it’s that you simply do. However we didn’t cowl that for the listener as a result of I already had the background. So simply to provide you, I suppose, a second to stump for what it’s you guys do and what you spend your time on.

Callen: [00:21:33] So. Effectively, I’ve been like a power conditioning coach in Canada for I suppose nearly 20 years now. And I’ve labored with a bunch of various ranges within the Olympics, and I do some NHL participant contract coaching as effectively within the low season. And about 5 years in the past I began an organization the place, I obtained addicted early on within the coaching business to love the truth that it doesn’t matter what state, somebody got here right into a exercise. As a result of I additionally personal like one other high-performance coaching firm.

[00:22:11] And it doesn’t matter what state somebody got here in, they all the time left glad. And for me it was like that habit over like I’m very lucky. I’ve been capable of obtain like a few Olympic gold medals and stuff with Workforce Canada and a few cool stuff. However what’s the habit for me? Wasn’t essentially the efficiency indicators or that prime athlete stage. I used to be simply good at math and an excellent coach, so I used to be capable of get myself to that stage. However I used to be I actually was obsessed with simply that, the power shift in individuals once they would train.

[00:22:46] So like, what, I need to make an even bigger influence. So like I began an organization that gives software program to phys ed packages in schooling that offers children an individualized health pathway.

[00:23:03] So it meets them wherever they’re of their athletic improvement. After which it matches their present talent units and it offers them programing for them to develop at their very own speeds. As a result of I simply we’re popping out of college and now we have all these abilities and I’ve made an enormous quantity of my profession by way of athletics. Proper? But it surely’s such a finite % of the inhabitants. Prefer it doesn’t actually characterize the individuals. Proper? It’s this factor that we have a look at and we sort of idolize.

[00:23:35] We might get impressed by in some methods, however their work quantity and what they’re doing isn’t not relatable to a daily human being who may work as an accountant or a building employee or a instructor or no matter. Proper? An IT individual, you title it. So like and if you concentrate on phys ed, proper? Like I believe proper now due to popping out of a pandemic, solely 19% of North People are taking part in leisure actions greater than as soon as per week.

[00:24:07] And that’s not sufficient to even keep wholesome. I believe that’s not sufficient motion to remain wholesome. In order that signifies that this schooling that we’re getting in faculties, this, , discover ways to play sports activities is basically not equipping children with any abilities to know the best way to be wholesome for all times.

[00:24:27] So what our software program does is provides lecturers this skill to make use of an evaluation and use our AI to then design health programing for youths individualized to their talent ranges, after which they’ll be taught and develop at their very own speeds and check out issues that they want to strive. You realize, perhaps it’s a bit of apparatus they’d like to take a look at or an train they need to strive.

[00:24:52] They usually can be taught and discover and construct the abilities to truly perceive the best way to make their very own programing and maintain their well being. And that’s a talent that’s transferable for the remainder of their lives. You don’t want a basketball court docket and ten buddies to remain in form, proper? You want your front room flooring. And in order that’s what our firm does. And it’s fairly thrilling. It’s fairly cool stuff. I get to speak to a number of lecturers everywhere in the friggin place and get a number of children understanding day by day, which is a big influence. Far more than coaching one individual an hour. It’s like coaching hundreds of individuals an hour proper by way of the software program, so it’s fairly cool. That’s what it’s anyhow.

Jesse: [00:25:33] Yeah, I believe it’s a very cool initiative. I hope it has the influence you’re searching for as a result of clearly, societally, I’ll say North America as an entire, the US, Canada, most likely Mexico as effectively, although I don’t know the stats on Mexico very effectively. You realize, weight problems charges hold rising. So clearly one thing is amiss.

[00:26:00] To say one thing I believe is just a little disingenuous as a result of I believe it’s there are many co-factors. I don’t assume it’s simply, “oh, the soda business is destroying America’s well being” or “McDonald’s is accountable” or, , or “Tim Hortons is making everyone fats” or no matter. Like, it’s not simply there’s nobody single factor.

[00:26:25] However yeah, I. I typically take into consideration — Associates or acquaintances who performed staff sports activities rising up and even collegiately. And you then go post-collegiate. And I’ve this dialog about like, what do you do after sport with individuals generally as a result of there’s this like drop off know Olympians, collegiate athletes, highschool athletes, all of them sort of undergo the identical factor to completely different levels. Clearly, for those who’re for those who’re an Olympian, you’ve most likely spent a good extra period of time doing all of your factor.

[00:27:01] But it surely’s you get this drop off, I believe partly identical to its lack of infrastructure, which I believe is what you’re chatting with the like. The power to not want infrastructure to proceed your health journey is, such as you mentioned, you simply want your front room flooring. Like for those who don’t have your front room flooring, like there’s a floor outdoors or no matter, like there’s, , you’ve a flooring someplace.

[00:27:32] So I believe it’s an fascinating angle. I hope it pans out. Clearly early days, you’re solely 5 years in to see what the longitudinal impact is on all of the lives you get to influence. However. I believe it’s most likely a fairly worthwhile effort.

Callen: [00:27:55] Oh, for certain. Like we get some fairly depraved knowledge out of the platform already that we’re seeing. So like 33% of youngsters work out outdoors of college hours now. They enter the platform and, , perhaps do a yoga video with the dad and mom at dwelling or perhaps entry a exercise plan at dwelling. So, I imply, there’s that we’re seeing a a lot bigger ratio of scholars impacted per instructor.

[00:28:21] So lecturers which can be utilizing the platform are typically impacting, I believe, relying on what categorization of consumer they’re. But it surely’s round like our champion customers are round like 42 college students per instructor ratio, the usual courses, , 25 to 30 children. Proper? In order that signifies that and what meaning real-time within the faculties is that children are staying in this system even when phys ed is finished and the instructor’s simply, , urgent a button to generate their new exercise plans. Proper?

[00:28:53] Or assist them, even when they’re not of their class nonetheless. So lecturers are that lecturers are utilizing it or impacting extra college students. Proper? And we’re seeing an enormous variety of development within the variety of college students within the platform for college. We’ve got faculties which have over 50% of pupil physique exercising routinely. So these children are usually not all in phys ed. Phys ed lecturers is simply utilizing the platform with a view to assist the youngsters and get them health coaching. They usually’re not even of their courses. You realize, they’re perhaps going to a like an open gymnasium time at lunch and utilizing the college health middle or an after college health middle time price or earlier than college.

[00:29:31] So we’re seeing. We’re seeing it already. We’re seeing the health middle in a highschool turning right into a nearly like a group middle that that’s supporting this group of a college that’s going there and exercising, versus this spot for the athletes to go and practice for sport as a result of there’s such a small proportion of pupil physique. The attrition price in Canada from grade 9, which is the final yr of obligatory phys ed diploma ten, is 63%. Proper?

[00:30:09] So that you’ve obtained 37% of youngsters which can be staying in phys ed after it’s obligatory in Canada. And the vast majority of these are in a excessive proportion of that’s made up by athletes. So that you simply stirred one thing in my head earlier, a thought the place it was like literacy ranges in North America are on the like for individuals to be illiterate price. That’s on the decline. Proper?

[00:30:37] Common family revenue is on the rise. These are outcomes of high-quality schooling, however weight problems is on the rise. So the phys ed (bodily schooling) that children are being uncovered to is clearly not working as a result of the fundamental issues that we’re getting out of schooling are making a distinction. So now we have to get to that stage. It’s arduous. It’s a problem to get into that house and to make a distinction at that stage. However that’s the spot the place the true influence goes to be, is we want as a result of then the obstacles to entry are all gone. Proper. Each child, it doesn’t matter what way of life they arrive from. Like one, like mine, the place I got here from. Like my obstacles to entry have been gigantic.

[00:31:21] So, like each child, it doesn’t matter what the barrier to entry is, irrespective of the place they’re coming from. Schooling, high quality, bodily schooling can no less than equip them with the abilities to have the ability to maintain their well being for all times. After which we’ve obtained John Ratey that wrote the ebook Spark, the place he’s confirmed time and time once more that clearly excessive ranges of bodily exercise produce higher educational outcomes.

[00:31:42] So, I imply, that aspect of the dialog is already finished. You’ll be able to’t even come close to somebody and say, “oh, yeah, bodily exercise and being wholesome doesn’t that doesn’t make a distinction to your educational scores.” It’s confirmed. Achieved. Finish of a dialog. It’s even confirmed that bodily exercise and excessive well being enhance your private revenue. So. It’s over. The dialog is finished.

[00:32:06] So let’s simply do one thing about it. Let’s equip them with the abilities they want, ? In order that’s what we’re doing. And it’s and it’s working. We’re watching it work now. So and such as you mentioned, we’re in we’re two years into the yr, three years in beta constructing platform and now we’re two years is our third yr of releasing it into the commercially like into the schooling panorama. Proper?

[00:32:30] And lecturers are trying like that lecturers are their coaches, , and so they’re very a lot conscious of the shift like a whole lot of faculties have in Canada. They’re referred to as PF private health courses and so they’re like outpacing registration clever, like the usual individuals up right here, like commonplace phys ed class. Like they’re simply there’s no comparability. Children are signing up like they need to discover ways to as a result of they see their dad and mom doing it.

[00:33:01] They don’t see their dad and mom taking part in soccer 5 nights every week to remain match. They watch it on TV. That’s what athletes do. That’s not what your mother does. If she, , runs her personal, , retail retailer, like she most likely works out. So you’ve a child a mother or father doing train and are like, “okay, effectively, that’s how you are taking your well being” and you then go to highschool and also you discover ways to play dodgeball and also you’re like, “Effectively, that’s not what my mother does to remain match. She goes to the gymnasium, she goes to the YMCA, or she follows a category on YouTube.”

[00:33:34] So there’s this enormous hole like of and children perceive why Math is vital. As a result of in case your dad and mom are speaking concerning the funds on the eating room desk, they’re speaking about numbers. The children perceive that there’s a motive to take chemistry as a result of perhaps their dad and mom are working a medical business and so they use these abilities or they’re engineers. So there’s a sightline for me as a child to see, okay, for this reason that is vital. I see it. I can see my dad and mom use this later in life. Perhaps this course I really feel like is dumb as a result of I can’t see myself utilizing that later in life.

[00:34:05] What we have to get that they want to have the ability to we have to align what they see their dad and mom doing into phys ed. In order that they’re like, okay, effectively this is sensible. I see my mother do it. I see my dad do it. Yeah, I’m going to do that, too, , so. That’s the mission.

Jesse: [00:34:23] So then, I imply, you sort of touched on it, however is it motivated like we have been speaking about earlier than we obtained recording? Is it motivated by the place you grew up? We talked about you grew up in a rural space. Actually there was simply there was no infrastructure for sport as a result of I requested you, would you’ve a sport background? You’re like, “No, no, I don’t.”

[00:34:44] And so, I imply, is that as a result of so are you I imply, that is so one among my undergrad majors in psychology. And infrequently there’s the joke about psychology majors get into psychology as a result of they should, like, heal themselves. In order that what you’re making an attempt to do right here, are you making an attempt to love Coach Younger Callum?

Callen: [00:35:03] Effectively, perhaps for certain. Like that’s a cool perspective on it. I imply I didn’t I undoubtedly grew up in a so like I’m fairly clear about my life. So I grew up in a trailer park and in Northern Ontario, which I imply, trailer parks are nice, there’s nothing fallacious with them in Northern Ontario. There’s heaps fallacious with them although, as a result of like, , it goes 30 under.

[00:35:25] So all of the water freezes within the wintertime. My mother used to should crawl beneath it and attempt to thaw them out with candles and journey lights and stuff. And it was not it wasn’t simple. You realize, I by no means felt prefer it was arduous, although, like my mother was by no means tremendous optimistic, constructive individual. Like I ever felt like I used to be gone with out something. However she all the time believed in train. You realize, we might go and get, like, stuff individuals have been throwing within the rubbish, like, on the finish of their driveways or no matter. Proper?

[00:35:52] Like, I bear in mind we obtained just like the tornado. I don’t know if anybody’s sufficiently old. Do not forget that factor? It was like just a little disk and also you stood on it and also you have been like this. It was for like just like the stepper. When it first got here out, it had no handles, no nothing. It was simply two hydraulic pistons on like a two paddles, like we had, just like the AB, the ThighMaster to place this factor between your knees and also you squeezed it.

[00:36:14] Like, we simply get all these items that folks would chuck within the rubbish, proper? And we might simply use them. And she or he simply by some means intuitively knew like her well being was vital and it was her accountability. And I grew up sort of watching her, , like we cross-country skier, we’d hike or do issues like that that we had entry to as a result of there was nothing we — our trailer park was like in a really rural space was in the midst of nowhere.

[00:36:38] So there was no something like there was no basketball courts, there’s no swimming pools. There’s is like zero nothing very, very low revenue poverty. So I suppose simply I and I believe as a result of I, I used to be wholesome, I used to be capable of make qualify excellent choices as a child once I was in an surroundings the place it will have been simple to make, not essentially nice decisions. However I used to be in and I used to be such in an excellent state. I used to be capable of assume rationally about what the outcomes can be based mostly off, what the choices I used to be making.

[00:37:15] And I used to be capable of sort of say like get out as a result of I imply, there was nothing it was nice. I assumed it was nice. So however I used to be capable of sort of excel in and attain fairly cool spots for me in my profession. Like, I practice some fairly well-known NHL hockey gamers, like, in order that they skilled some this morning, like, and also you don’t make it to that stage until you’re working at their stage, proper? You need to be that good to be there.

[00:37:46] So I used to be capable of make it and I’ve all the time been glad and actually loved life and I’ve all the time actually loved seeing different individuals like be glad and get higher. I believe it’s only a product of simply a whole lot of it’s a product of the place I got here from. And, and so why would I not need that for extra children? You realize, so as a result of I’m clearly not regular to a sure extent, proper? Like I’m proper now, I’m a like a uncommon proportion of youngsters that come from my upbringing to the place I’m right now, , a number of corporations and I’m profitable.

[00:38:36] So I — however we must always have extra of them. You realize, it doesn’t should be an anomaly. So and I actually assume that there’s a basic piece to it which is like human well being, as a result of it simply aligns your psychological talents. Proper?

Jesse: [00:38:54] Proper. Callen. So we might most likely hold going for some time, which I say to a whole lot of my company, however we all the time run down on time, which is simply sort of the character of the beast. An unlucky actuality of life generally, I suppose. Anyway, so I’ve a query that I ask each single visitor for a selected season. Every season has a distinct query for you. I believe I all the time hear a motive for solutions as a result of. You may have this singular query but everyone has both slight variations or generally stunning solutions in for you since you’re this gorgeous cool, relaxed, chill man. I’ll have an interest to see this query. This season’s query is, how do you have fun your wins?

Callen: [00:39:50] So. How do I have fun my wins eh? Most likely not very effectively. Honestly, most likely not very effectively. I’ve extraordinarily large objectives and I hope I’m not misinterpreting. I actually just like the Andrew Huberman podcast. I spend I take heed to it fairly a bit.

Jesse: [00:40:21] And I used to be simply speaking with my bodily therapist about that yesterday.

Callen: [00:40:26] So and I watched those about dopamine fairly a bit and I sort of naturally like don’t get I don’t get overly celebratory simply because there’s extra to do. And so, I imply, I believe I put a whole lot of work into simply being pleased with life day by day and never searching for, like, this one factor that’s going to make me like glad with life, like, as a result of I don’t actually need to dwell like that. Like I need to be glad day by day and I need to develop day by day.

[00:41:05] So how do I have fun? I believe I have fun by simply. You realize, being glad for the individuals round me. It’s most likely how I most likely have fun. I attempt to be glad for these round me. After which that sort of makes me really feel good. And it’s nice. You realize, we hit an enormous milestone with the corporate fairly excited as a result of, , it’s fairly cool to see the staff obtain that stuff. That’s in a nutshell. I believe I most likely don’t do it effectively. And the reason being, is as a result of I don’t need to lose my drive for what I need to accomplish in life. And even once I accomplish all the massive, enormous, lofty objectives I’ve, I’ll really feel nice about it as a result of I’ll go searching and see how glad everybody else is round me. And that’s like, okay. Good job, Cal. Option to go, ? That’s sort of it.

Jesse: [00:42:06] Yeah. Callen, if individuals need to get in contact you’re as much as any of that sort of stuff. The place can they discover you?

Callen: [00:42:12] Fairly, fairly easy. I believe like the most effective methods to search out me are both by way of LinkedIn’s just about the one social platform that I take advantage of. I don’t use any of the opposite ones. You would simply go to our firm web site REPerformanceapp.com There’s like a group electronic mail there. You would simply ship a query or something you actually need. It’s cool you may discuss and , you need to sort of attain out and assist us in any approach. I imply, my staff works actually arduous.

[00:42:43] So, , for those who’re not in bodily schooling, however — what I shared right now struck a chord with you. I imply, simply occurring to any of our social platforms and simply giving us a, “hey, nice job, hold going.” That might clearly imply the world to the staff. In order that sort of stuff goes a good distance.

Jesse: [00:43:02] Superior. Thanks for hanging out with me.

Callen: [00:43:06] Yeah, man. Thanks for having me on. It was enjoyable.





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