An intimate video looking into one athletes thoughts on maintaining a positive mentality in sport and life.
Super excited to be coming at you with my first blog post of the summer, but before I introduce myself, I just wanted to give a huge shoutout and thank you to Canada Summer Jobs for this opportunity. This summer is going to be a great one, I am so looking forward to working with an organization like Beat The Streets Toronto and alongside such an awesome team.
I have been a part of Beat The Streets Toronto as an athlete since I was fourteen when I had just started to get involved in the sport of wrestling. I had the opportunity of working with the organization last summer and I am excited to be working with a new team this summer.
I am hoping to really learn the in’s and out of social media, and how to best share what this amazing non-profit is all about. Learn how to make blog posts and social media postings that people want to read. I’m also just really looking forward to being able to put out there what Beat The Streets Toronto is.
I am looking forward to being creative with my posts and creating content that reaches many different groups of people. I have a great interest in the psychology of sports and the mental side of wrestling, so you can definitely expect some blogs and posts along those lines. Wrestling is so fun and so as much as I am interested in the science behind it I hope also to be putting out some content that brings a smile to your face and challenges you to better yourself one day at a time.
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A tale of a wrestling tournament that didn’t go as expected and the growth experienced from it.
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