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The Value of Consistency with Mike Fry (#17)

You may be stuck for a while, but the one thing you can control is, ‘I’m going to show up today and I’m going to put in the work.’ And the results will take care of themselves.” — Mike Fry

Mike Fry (IG: @letsjumpla) is a world champion competitive jump roper and full time jump rope coach in Los Angeles. If you haven’t already heard our first conversation, I would highly recommend checking out episode 7 of the podcast. This discussion is a little bit shorter than the others, but still covers great topics, such as the value of consistency, success as a coach, Mike’s thoughts on being a dad, and more.

You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Overcast.

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Show Notes

2:07 Mike’s Thoughts on Being a Dad

4:04 The Jubilee Jumpers

6:02 Nervousness During Competition

10:04 Facing Your Fears

13:42 Success as a Coach

15:50 Coaching a Team During Competition

18:35 Tying Shoelaces for Competition

20:14 Competition Rituals

22:00 Speed Step Training

24:48 The Value of Consistency

30:41 Adjusting Expectations During Training

33:29 The Value of Training with Other People

35:51 Growth and Opportunities Over the Years

42:33 Speed Training Workout

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