Ride for Mental Health- Ash Munari & Steven Patterson
100% Podcast With Sean Weir
On today's episode i sat down with two best mates Ash Munari & Steven Patterson about their ride for mental health coming up on the 6th of June. Ash and Skip are hoping to ignite the conversation about mental health in the Ballarat community and generate donations that will help those in need get through difficult times brought on by the COVID-19 Lockdown. Ash & Skip are both proud ambassadors for the Shaka Project & do a great job in promoting speaking up, lending an ear and looking out for others. You can donate to their GOFUNDME page via the link below https://www.gofundme.com/f/1zx9bb2300?sharetype=teams&member=4370544&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&rcid=c626576202c844e69bfe961d561ea8cf&fbclid=IwAR1f3Nu7o9HvZ1DWdKjtfQ_LrDa0BKtCYdP70T5E10CSfr78RC_XpdrYdX4 Follow us on Social Media INSTAGRAM- @the_shaka_project @seanweir_fit
Ep 41: Battling Through Adversity with Steven Patterson
There's quite the jump from high school baseball to the college level. Do you think you have what it takes to be successful? We discuss the sacrifices required and the balance needed in order to make it to the next level. You may be prepared athletically but are you prepared academically? All of these things need to be determined BEFORE you head off to your new program. This episode of The Dugout will break down how to best prepare for "the grind".
Epi 151 Steven Patterson is Coaching, Competing, and Running a School
BjjBrick Podcast- BJJ, no-gi and good times!
This week we bring you an interview with BJJ Black Belt Steven Patterson. Steven is training under Comprido, and he is a 14X Chicago Open Champion and he took 2nd at no-gi Worlds. We have a great conversation about training, competing, and teaching. We talk about: What got him started in BJJ His first tournament His odd experience training BJJ with his first instructor Being asked to try Ayahuasca Evaluating an opponents stance What to do if you have a tournament you are not happy with His match in fight to win on Sept 24 vs Chris Hartwig His experience as being a IBJJF referee University of Ground Fighting Starting his gym as a brown belt His gym in New Lenox, Illinois Developing a kids program How teaching kids changed the way he teaches adults Why people start BJJ How BJJ is like skateboarding Links: University of Ground Fighting University of Ground Fighting on Facebook Fight to Win Quote of the week: "If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading." Lao Tzu Article of the week: Sharpening the Ax Please check out this video if you are interested in supporting The BjjBrick Podcast. If you are interested in supporting The BjjBrick Podcast find out how here The BjjBrick Wall of Support is being constructed and you can help Gary's audio book this week is called "story time with Gary, time to sleep" Catch us next week for another episode of The BjjBrick Podcast The BjjBrick Podcast is in iTunes, Stitcher radio, and Google Play Music for Andriod