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Effort Over Everything and the AMRAP Mentality for Dads - Jason Khalipa

Dad.Work

Today's guest is Jason Khalipa.Jason is CEO and Founder of NCFIT, a global fitness company. With thousands of participants worldwide, NCFIT is widely considered first in class in functional training by industry insiders. Jason is also one of the most accomplished athletes in CrossFit Games history. In 2008, Jason was crowned the Fittest Man on Earth. He has also earned top finishes including 2nd and 3rd. Jason had the honor of representing Team USA three times in the worldwide CrossFit Invitational, earned the Spirit of the Games honor, and is a BJJ Purple Belt. Jason attributes much of his success in life and competition to the support of his wife and children, as well as to the AMRAP Mentality.Find Jason online at:https://www.nc.fit/https://www.jasonkhalipa.com/Effort Over Everything Podcasthttps://www.instagram.com/jasonkhalipa/---Welcome to the Dad.Work Podcast, where men are forged into elite husbands and fathers by learning what it takes to become harder to kill, easier to love, and equipped to lead.Get ready to start building the only legacy that truly matters - your family.Resources, Links, Show Notes:https://dad.work/podcast/Follow Dad.Work:https://instagram.com/dadwork.curt/https://www.linkedin.com/in/curtstorring/https://twitter.com/CurtStorring"ELITE DAD" HABIT STACK:https://dad.work/habits/

56mins

18 Oct 2022

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EP31: Jason Khalipa - Specialising in not specialising

The Art of Performance Podcast

Have some perspective… In todays episode we welcome one of the fittest men in his time, Mr Jason Khalipa and what an honour it was for us to sit down and talk to one of our CrossFit idols. We explored Jason’s perspective after being through hardships as an athlete, a business owener, a family man and as a father! What he wished he had done differently in his competitive career and how he juggles family, training, jui jitsu and his businesses now. Check it out & as always we appreciate all the incredible feedback & support we have had 🙏🏽 and remember, if you enjoy the podcast we would love you to leave us a review & help us grow the podcast further. @jasonkhalipa || @peakfituk || @coach_dean_hammond

1hr

26 Sep 2022

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#571 - Nicky Rod & Jason Khalipa

The Sevan Podcast

Nicky Rod and Jason Khalipa talk ADCC. Welcome to this episode of the Sevan Podcast!Sign up for our email: https://thesevanpodcast.com/-------------------------Partners:https://cahormones.com/ - CODE "SEVAN" FOR FREE CONSULTATIONhttps://www.paperstcoffee.com/ - THE COFFEE I DRINK!Master of Coaching  - COACHING PUBLICATIONhttps://www.hybridathletics.com/produ... - THE BARBELL BRUSHhttps://asrx.com/collections/the-real... - OUR TSHIRTShttps://www.vndk8.com/sevan-podcast - OUR OTHER SHIRThttps://usekilo.com - OUR WEBSITE PROVIDER------------------------- Support the showRegister for the Fight for the Fittest partner series below!https://app.conquestevents.net/events/fight-for-the-fittest-partner-series-2022/registerPartners:...

1hr 47mins

31 Aug 2022

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Jason Khalipa - Succeeding in Competition, Business, and Life

Invictus Mindset

This week, Bryce talks to Jason Khalipa! Jason is a CrossFit legend and affiliate owner. He sits down with Bryce for the second time to share about his affiliate NCFIT and give us his unique perspective on the world of CrossFit. Jason is an 8x CrossFit Games athlete and has been known for his innovation within the business side of CrossFit.(02:47): How to become a consistent healthy person(04:54): Narrowing focus in training sessions(09:34): Children and building resilience(23:57): Managing your business (29:01) Importance of emotional intelligence(37:57): How to become successful in business(43:08): “Punch card”(1:01:08): Biases (1:14:05): Job creation(01:16:40): Enjoying a tough lifeMyHMB - Use the link for all website purchases Trident Coffee -  Use code "INVICTUS20" to get 20% off online and in TapRoomsRX Smart Gear - Use code "INVICTUSMINDSET" to get 10% off full ropes and gripElement 26 - Use code "INVICTUS10" to get 10% off all website purchases

1hr 21mins

22 Jun 2022

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034: Earned V.s Perceived Confidence With Jason Khalipa

Limitless Athlete Podcast

You want to compete with confidence. That way when you turn up to the competition floor, you’ll back yourself. You’ll spend less time worrying about what others do. And hopefully, you’ll be able to execute your plan to your highest standard. An average plan executed with 100% confidence is better than a perfect plan executed with 50% confidence. Let’s view the goal of confidence through our RRP Method: Regulate, Rewire & Perform. A 2016 study showed that self-esteem may be associated with improved parasympathetic functioning. In other words, the more you are able to regulate your state, the more you back yourself. Without proper nervous system regulation, you are far more likely to doubt yourself, compare, and stress. Coach Rachel said to me in a conversation yesterday “all great truth is found in paradox”. When it comes to rewiring your stories, there couldn’t be a truer word spoken. Consider two opposing beliefs: “I am the best here, and I am certain to win” and “I don’t deserve to be here. I’m going to fail miserably.” Obviously both have their drawbacks, but also they have hidden benefits. The arrogant “I’m the best here” opinion may fill you with the kind of self-assuredness that helps you peak. Look at Conor McGregor in his early UFC days for an example. The “I don’t deserve to be here” mentality, may actually help you outwork many others in training. But the drawbacks of both are self-evident and extremely limiting. To perform at your best, you must be able to step outside of both of these narratives and believe only in truth. That is, what exists outside of the story you tell yourself. Only when you see the world truthfully can you perform at your best. Then from a Perform perspective, you can’t just hope to be confident. You need the strategies, tactics, and routine that reinforce confidence in your performance. A game plan without pre-lift routines, pre-competition routines, mental reset buttons, and a firm understanding of workout-specific self-talk will only undermine you. So, RRP: Regulate, Rewire, Perform. In today’s episode with CrossFit Games legend and entrepreneur, Jason Khalipa, you’re going to learn so much about confidence and how to deploy it into your life. Remember to subscribe to the show and leave a kind review, and also to follow us Mindset Rx’d on Instagram.

1hr 1min

6 Jun 2022

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Jason Khalipa - Episode 621

Behind The Shield

Jason Khalipa is a former Crossfit Games champion, author and the founder of NCFIT. We discuss Sandlot Jax, jiujitsu and fitness, his journey into Crossfit, overcoming distractions, training the tactical athlete, his daughter's powerful cancer story and so much more.

48mins

30 May 2022

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#054: As Many Reps As Possible - CrossFit Games Champion & Founder of NCFIT Jason Khalipa

The Jedburgh Podcast

What happens when you have no choice but to win. When losing is simply not an option. When winning no matter the challenge means doing whatever it takes.Jason Khalipa earned the title of World's Fittest Man when he won the 2008 CrossFit games. In 2009 he won the Spirit of the Games award after collapsing mid-competition then picking himself up and finishing. Jason built his career on never quitting and winning at all costs.But in 2016 Jason's daughter Ava was diagnosed with Leukemia; the toughest challenge he would ever face. For this episode, Host Fran Racioppi met with Jason in his flagship gym, NCFIT, to discuss his As Many Reps As Possible mentality for winning no matter the challenge.Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website.Highlights:-What As Many Reps As Possible (AMRAP) means and how to increase focus in our life.-The five parts of AMRAP: Know Your Why, Focus On What You Can Control, Work Hard, Shift Gears & Re-Evaluate.-Jason’s daughter, Ava’s, battle with Leukemia and how his family used the AMRAP mentality to combat it. -Honesty, self-expression and a real connection to community are the values used to remain grounded.-CrossFit is a community built on shared values and shared suffering.-Jason embraced CrossFit and started his own gym.-Focusing on the controllable instead of the uncontrollable.-Micro-adversities train our mindset to overcome challenges.-The difference between earned vs perceived confidence.-The 2009 CrossFit games showed Jason the importance of never quitting.-Effort Over Everything.-Why Jason started NCFIT, his focus on core competencies and the entrepreneurial journey scaling across the globe.Quotes:-”I was spending too much time not reaching my potential by being one foot in and one foot out in everything I was doing.”-”If you are doing something just because of money and fame, or if you are doing it for some superficial reason, when things get tough you won’t be successful at it.”-”I got to be better. Otherwise I’m not going to have this family. I’m not going to have these things. I have to do better about being present and focused.”-”I thought CrossFit was doing a better job because it had the coach that created the community, which ultimately created that shared suffering.”-”I focused on things that were outside my control…By the time I actually had to go out there and perform, I wasn’t able to perform.” -”Through these micro-adversities you start building up the mindset of learning how to positive self-talk, learning how to win, ultimately because you stayed calm and collected.”-“Winners stay calm and channel that stress into productive energy. Losers complain, fly off the handle, and lose their cool. In my experience, this comes down to a fault in focus."-“If I was not mentally prepared to finish the task at hand…then I just wouldn’t even do it.”-”Find something you are really bought in on and become the world’s best at it.”Jason’s Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Workout to focus the mind-Set intention for the day-Talk to the family about their dayThis episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike’s, 18A Fitness, Analytix Solutions and The Readiness Collective.

1hr 13mins

7 Apr 2022

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030 JASON KHALIPA, 2008 Crossfit Games Champ & Founder of NCFIT

Dad the Man

Jason is an American former Crossfit Games athlete, who made 8 consecutive appearances and the games and is known for his win as the 2008 CrossFit Games champions and other notable finishes in second place in 2013 and third place in 2014. He also won the Spirit of the Games award in 2009, which is an award given to the CrossFit gamesathlete who exemplifies extraordinary character and inspires those watching to face their biggest challenges with resilience, grace, and kindness. In 2016, Jason's daughter Ava was diagnosed with Luekemia which led him to stepping away from competing in the games. Since his days competing in the CrossFit Games, Jason has spent his professional time building his fitness business, NCFit Gyms and the NCFit Collective. He is also the host of his own wildly popular podcast call Effort Over Everything. Jason is also known for the book he wrote titled "As Many Reps as Possible." This book serves as a framework to being more present, living more intentionally, and accomplishing more in life. Not in a hypothetical, mushy way, but in a practical, real way. "As Many Reps as Possible" or "AMRAP" in the CrossFit community is an approach I've adopted in my own life and in today's conversation we talk a lot about how to apply this framework in our roles as leaders of our families. Jason is a hyper present, hyper focused guy, and after speaking with him, its no surprise to me that he was able earn the fittest man on earth while also accomplishing what he's accomplished in business so far all while keeping his family as his number one priority. Above it all, Jason is an incredible man, husband, and father. Discussion PointsJason talks about his childhoodHow Jason got into fitnessFamily support in starting his first Crossfit gymTeaching our kids to chase their dreamsFostering our kids interestsOptimizing timeStepping away from CrossfitJason reflects on his daughter battling leukemiaThe importance of communicationThe importance of date nightPerspective changes after daughter's battle with leukemiaPerspective from real pain and sufferingThe AMRAP Mentality framework for lifeFinding your whyMicro checkins Focus on what you can controlHard workChanging gearsDetrimental impacts of social mediaMacro check insWhat Jason struggles withWhat Jason wants his kids to remember about himLinksnc.fit@jasonkhalipa on Instagram

56mins

15 Mar 2022

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From Athlete to Entrepreneur w. Jason Khalipa | Ep. 134

The Active Life Podcast

The Active Life team of doctors and coaches have developed four programs for you to choose from: back, shoulders, legs and total body. Kiss your aches and pains goodbye and finally feel great again. Learn how bulletproof programming can help you using the link below. www.activelifeprofessional.com/bulletproof Today on The Active Life Podcast, Dr. Sean interviews Jason Khalipa. Jason has built a successful, multi-location business, appeared in eight consecutive CrossFit Games, and hosts the EFFORT OVER EVERYTHING PODCAST. He has spent his entire life training for the unknown and on this episode we discuss how he used that to navigate  moving from athlete to career professional.  Join the thousands of fitness professionals who have experienced life changing results by working with Active Life.  Schedule a FREE coaching call now to see how we can help YOU - https://go.oncehub.com/ActiveLifeProfessionalDiscoveryCall Connect with Jason:  www.jasonkhalipa.com Are you ready to Turn Pro? Connect with us! www.activelifeprofessional.com Dr. Sean @DrSeanPastuch Active Life Professional @activelifeprofessional

1hr 9mins

21 Feb 2022

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#296 CrossFit Games - Jason Khalipa & Brian Friend

The Sevan Podcast

2022 CrossFit Games talk with CrossFit Games champion Jason Khalipa and CrossFit analyst Brian Friend. We talk through the layout of the season and opinions on what is good and what could be improved about the process. The two final semi-finals have been announced; the Granite Games will be returning and the team behind the MACC event will be putting on the Syndicate Crown in Knoxville, TN the week before the MACC at the same venue.  Jason Khalipa is the 2008 Fittest Man on Earth. He competed at the CrossFit Games 8 times. He has gone on to start his company, NC Fit. He is a husband and father and has now gotten into a love for the sport of Jiu Jitsu in his free time.Brian Friend is one of the most knowledgeable people when it comes to the history and numbers behind the CrossFit Games. He is a writer for the Morning Chalk Up and has worked in a number of different roles for the broadcast teams at different CrossFit competitions."The Sevan Podcast" T-Shirts https://asrx.com/collections/the-real...Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/therealseva... Support the showRegister for the Fight for the Fittest partner series below!https://app.conquestevents.net/events/fight-for-the-fittest-partner-series-2022/registerPartners:...

1hr 35mins

11 Feb 2022

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