Dr. Nathan Kadlecek, PT
Is a physical therapist committed to providing high quality health information, largely focused on lower back pain and the gross overuse of diagnostic imaging, medication, surgery, low quality treatment methods, and the over-diagnosis of pain conditions. He's also a powerlifter, pain nerd, macro-scale thinker, and wants to help you think differently about pain, healthcare, and life.
What do top performers have in common?
There are many things but i'm just going to touch on three points:
1. Consistency. They are more consistent than everyone else.
2. Tolerating uncertainty. They have accepted that since they are pushing the envelope, that they are going to be uncertain about certain decisions, and, that they're okay with that. Build your uncertainty muscle.
3. Desire to be great. They can't even fathom living a "normal," life.
What i'm not saying is that we can all be the "best in the world," at something. What I am saying is that we can be the best version of ourselves and we won't know where that will take us until many, many years down the road.
Keep on pushing!