by Kibwé Johnson from Olympic athlete turned Success Coach Expectations are annoyingly tough to define. You often find yourself navigating the fine line between goal crushing euphoria, and the slippery slope of the seemingly insurmountable odds of reaching the peak of
by Kibwé Johnson from Olympic athlete turned Success Coach It’s 2018. ‘New year, new me,’ and all that jazz. We’ve all done it before. If you’re anything like me, you’re already pretty comfortable with the person you are in this moment.
by Crystal Johnson The opening ceremonies took place this past Friday and we highly enjoyed ourselves, taking them in as a family. Kibwé will be heading out to the Olympics on August 11th, and his training has been going fantastic.
from Kibwè’s Blog Now that I’m coaching at IMG Academy, I’m having to do something I’ve never had to do in my career for an extended period of time: train alone. Dr. Bondarchuk is still my coach. He writes my
from Kibwè’s Blog Wow. It has been a long time since my last post! As you’re probably aware, lots of changes the last few months. So let’s dive right in. Without further adieu, here are my top goals for the
from Kibwé’s Blog Since the recent doping report was released, I have toed the line between outrage at the Russian federation and athletes, to feeling sorry for the athletes involved. Outrage because this is something long suspected; I never thought
from Kibwé’s Blog With two throws left in my last training session before leaving for the Tucson Elite Throwers Classic, we changed my entry from a step back, to starting with both feet to the back of the ring for
from Kibwé’s Blog Ok, I’m a box o’ wine. I’m not too proud! “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” -Stephen Hawking Age does funny things to the human athlete. How we adapt to it is possibly more important than