EP 78: The Toughness Gradient With Greg Everett

Are you Tough. I believe this is a question men have been asking themselves publicly and privately throughout time. Greg Everett’s background spans an unusual array of professional and personal experiences, from working on an ambulance, to authoring a dozen books, to coaching the sport of weightlifting at the world championship level. His Book “Olympic Weightlifting” is not only a best seller and found on the book shelf of every coach who has ever considered teaching the snatch or clean. His latest book “Tough building true mental, physical, and emotional, toughness for success and fulfillment” is the subject of this show. Greg and I cover everything from what toughness is, skill-building, alcohol,

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Links from Today’s Show

Greg’s Post about specialization

Who is Mike Burgener

A post that talks about Work Ethic

Tough Talk: The Charge of Fatherhood

An Episode on Expressing Emotion

Deep Survival By Lawrence Gonzales

Building the Elite

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