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lester spellman
Owner Spellman Performance | Speed Specialist & Consultant for NFL, Olympic, Collegiate, and youth athletes
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lester spellman 1h
25.72 MPH. CARLIN JUST RAN 25.72 MPH!!!! BRO JUST SENT ME THIS VIDEO AND I AM LOSING IT. (For context, the fastest velocity in the NFL is short of 23 MPH, granted they have pads on this is amazing too). This was a…
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lester spellman 20h
I used to picture the life I wanted. I’d think of every little detail. Every feeling I would have if it was real on the moment. Didn’t realize at this time this was a huge part of the process of manifestation
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lester spellman 24h
...all because I took my wildest dreams & mapped them out
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lester spellman 24h
Check out new podcast with — grateful for another opportunity to share my story and give some insight into how I’m creating programming ・・・ Episode 8: I chat with Les Spellman the…
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lester spellman Dec 13
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lester spellman Dec 12
just another flawed human trying to get this sh*t right
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lester spellman Dec 11
In the private sector— you’re not on a team. There are no “wins” against another team. Clap for your opponent in this case. Assist a rival. It’ll translate to another life changed and not in the streets.
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lester spellman Dec 11
Sharing your views and philosophies with another trainer could literally end up changing another athlete’s life and career. Why wouldn’t you participate in that convo? Are you in this industry to help others or yourself?
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lester spellman Dec 10
Until the philosophy Which hold one race superior and another Inferior Is finally And permanently Discredited And abandoned Everywhere is war -Bob
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lester spellman Dec 10
Excited to present for in May 2020. Huge honor. 1st time I was 25 when asked me.. was so nervous. Hype this time.
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lester spellman Dec 8
“I remember every recruiter that told me I wasn’t good enough” — BURROW
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lester spellman Dec 5
Replying to @cookn034
Trying to!
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lester spellman Dec 5
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lester spellman Dec 5
Don’t judge me by what I’ve done... judge me by what the people I’ve taught have done.
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lester spellman Dec 5
Learn and share 🔁 some of the best concepts I learned were from UK Athletics. Grateful to all the mentors and coaches who’ve made things simpler to understand
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lester spellman Dec 5
Keep climbing. @ San Diego, California
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lester spellman Dec 5
This used to be a dream we would chase.
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lester spellman Dec 4
Replying to @FontesRoss
Thank you!!!
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lester spellman Dec 4
Someone asked me if I was scared giving away my system. Hell no. I learned from every great coach I could. Who learned from other coaches. The goal isn’t for ME, it’s to HELP other people reach THEIR goals. If I see other coaches doing similar things, I’m humbled and appreciative
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lester spellman Dec 4
Remember the ones who told you no. Don’t trip. They’re a bigger blessing than the ones who said “yes”
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