The most common question that I am asked by readers is "why do you say you have more agility than the competition?" And the answer is simple. I am a doctor who has dedicated a large part of his career to training people to use their bodies for better sports performance. Most people have a hard time believing that a trained athlete can move faster or better than the competition. But that is what I have studied for over 50 years. I have seen people run faster than the best runners in the world, but still struggle to hit the same high percentages that top athletes have. The reason they struggle is that they are using the wrong exercises and are not training their bodies for speed. I am not a psychologist. But the study of human movement and body dynamics teaches me how to create movements that are more efficient. I know what works for an athlete to be fast, but if I tell them it is wrong, I will never be successful. My goal is to help athletes become more efficient athletes.
I learned to teach by studying and teaching. My father, an English teacher, was always interested in athletics and the athletes who excel there.