Category: Sports

Lavar Ball: Father’s Day spotlight on the man who raised three NBA players June 20, 2021 Fathers determine the future of children. Absent fathers and non-traditional “families” lead to broken children. This is not conjecture. The U.S. Department of Health found that 63% of teenage suicides are children from fatherless homes. Fatherless children are three times more likely to end up in prison by age 30 than ….  Read More

George Mumford: The Forgotten Guru in Michael Jordan success September 30, 2020 Timing is everything when it comes to releasing movies and books. The ESPN/Netflix miniseries The Last Dance continually set ratings records as new episodes premiered. It was a right place/right time scenario as all sports had been halted since late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The series chronicled the career ….  Read More

Leadership vs. Popularity on the alpha frequency August 26, 2020 Young Millennial and Generation Z boys face unprecedented challenges. These young men live their entire lives on virtual platforms, communicate digitally, and are made to question their masculinity due to the ongoing war on men. Generation X and Baby Boomer boys gained popularity in school with good looks, athletic prowess and/or ….  Read More

Dwight Galt: the catalyst behind Penn State resurgence August 16, 2020 The Nittany Lions football program was rife with scandal and mediocrity beginning in 2010. The team finished 7-6 that year, culminating with a 37-24 loss to Florida in the Outback Bowl. The team rebounded in 2011 and got off to an 8-1 start. But on November 5, 2011, former Penn State ….  Read More

Gym Closed? 5 exercises you can do from home without equipment August 4, 2020 Strong minds and strong bodies set men up for maximum success and prosperity. Mindset training can be done from anywhere. Many men use their local gyms to keep their bodies in shape. Unfortunately there are many jurisdictions where gyms are shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly all of California. ….  Read More

Floyd Mayweather unorthodox training patterns lead to neuroplasticity July 5, 2020 Floyd “Money” Mayweather’s resume speaks for itself. He retired from professional boxing in 2017 with a 50-0 record. His final victory was by TKO over UFC boxer and mixed martial artist Connor McGregor. Mayweather’s victory over undefeated wrecking ball Diego Corrales on January 20, 2001 was perhaps his greatest victory. Many ….  Read More

War on men: NFL, NBA are completely different games in 2020 June 18, 2020 A quick Twitter search of the term “toxic masculinity” turns up both disturbing and revealing posts as to the 21st century war against men. Several memes with men in dresses and makeup come up immediately. It is called toxic masculinity if you do not embrace and encourage this lifestyle. Michael Kehler, ….  Read More

Mike Tyson: From Egoless to Ego-Go June 1, 2020 The word “ego” traces back to the early 19th century. It translates to “I” in Latin, meaning the self. Of course “I” is a personal pronoun in English, referring to one’s self. Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud expanded on the concept of ego with his 1920s personality theories. He posited that the ….  Read More

Sports memes disrespect hard-working, disciplined athletes January 31, 2020 ESPN is one of the most valuable television networks in the world. Forbes estimated ESPN’s net worth was $40 billion in 2012, and $51 billion last year. It’s 2014 revenues were $4.5 billion. To put that in perspective, CBS, the top broadcast network in the USA, earned $1.6 billion that same ….  Read More