The Peak Performance Podcast
About This Show
The Official Podcast of #1 Best-Selling Author, Peak Performance and Mental Conditioning Coach, Brian Cain. Cain's podcasts are dedicated to helping you reach your maximum potential through mastering your mental game. Cain has consulted with top professional and collegiate sports programs, mixed martial arts world champions, Olympic gold medalists, and top performing corporations around the globe.
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BC 126. Brian Cain On Rutten and Renallo - Cain Talks MMA Mindset WIth The UFC Hall of Famer
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In this episode, Brian flips the script as he features the episode of the Rutten & Ranallo Podcast he was a guest on. Brian shares great stories about his life growing up and the moment that changed Georges St. Pierre's life.
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You will learn about...
Brian's background growing up and what he planned to do with his life before becoming a Peak Performance Coach
How Georges St. Pierre overcame the worst thing that ever happened to him while working with Brian
The Big ABC's and how they lead to him finishing an IronMan
The 2 Tips that any person can do to maximize each day
Cain: He gets done about five minutes later and I hand him the brick. I go “Georges I want you to hold this brick out in front of you for like five seconds, can you do that?” He’s like “right here in front of this restaurant in front of all these people you want me to hold the brick?” I said “yeah hold it five seconds.” So he holds it up. I go “put your arm down, now hold it up for like 50 seconds.” He holds it up no problem.
I go “how about five minutes?” He goes “I could do that but I don’t want to hold that up here I’m embarrassed.” I said “well how about you hold that thing for five weeks, what do you think would happen?” He goes “shit that’s impossible.” I go “Georges that’s exactly what you’re doing, Matt Serra beat you five weeks ago and you’ve been carrying this mental brick ever since. You can’t see it but you can feel it and it’s wearing you down.”
Rutten: The person we have as our guest today is a guy who was a standout pitcher at the University of Vermont where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Exercise Science that later earned a Masters in Applied Sports Psychology and Kinesiology from California State Fullerton.
He is a motivation speaker, a brain repairman or Mental Coach as you guys all call it (I just came up with a funnier name), he is a best