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Mike Mizzwerk Sanders | Average to Savage EP43

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This is the forty-third episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring basketball trainer Mike Mizzwerk Sanders. Paul Guarino talked with Mike Sanders discussing his pro basketball experience, why he created Mizzwerk, and how he plans on growing Mizzwerk! Follow Mizzwerk www.instagram.com/Mizzwerk twitter.com/Mizzwerk Powered by Current Wave Marketing www.currentwavemarketing.com

This is the average to savage podcastwith Paul Greno, everyone in anyone, athletes, swebs and much more.WHAT'S UP, everybody? On back for another episode of the average savage podcastsor special guests today is Sports Trainer Mike Sanders, Aka Mis Work Mike.What's updates for having good good, yeah, I appreciate you coming on. Finally, finally got our schedules all coordinated, so let's just jump right into youcan give me a little brief background about yourself in Europe. So thethough that I don't want to shape that NBA drain tied with separation. Someaning of that you have to care before you separate. So I that companyand it's been long basketball training, for sure, for sure. Now growingup, did you play any other sports beside basketball? No, but Igot displaying, like you know, like...

TV softball, like that sort ofthey maybe track football. I never got it. So best we GOTCHA.And overall, like what was it like playing like overseason, like visiting countriesthat you probably wouldn't go into if you weren't playing basketball. It's just ahumble and experience just to see how they was. Sometimes absolute country and distance. There is of being born in the United States, that you have ayeahs grow what you want to do. It says really, really an eyeopen experience. It's just to see all the people left the key. Yeah, how blessed that you really are, gotch. What do you miss themost in America when you were overseas? The cheese and and then, yeah, transitioning from pro athletes trainer, what was it like, say, likethe first day you created a misery? Like what was the first that canyou remember? Like the first person you trained, trained, I think thereally, really, really serious, not...

...that I think before it was moreor less you, says, getting into him. Just figure it out what'sgoing on. But first, first I wasn't change with Antony Island, andso he's the first miseraic product actually say. And he came he's doing really,really well, to ELM and not explaining with season wrestling. So hewas my first, first client to extreme. Gotcha. How old was he whenyou took them in? He was probably fret in high school at thetime, software or something like that. Yeah, so I know you workwith a lot of kids and what's it like to see like, say,I know you've been working out, m stop it for like a while now, like. So, what's it like seeing on like grow up and stufflike that? Just see kids work that they believe in you, believe inyour crap and believe that if you get to the next level, knowing thatthe trusted in you and trust in your...

...process, that they believe what youcan do, I think we'll stop. For him and I, not onlyon the basketball court but about we built really good relationship to whereas they confinedto me and other things outside the basketball but I'm in basketball. That hejust watching them grow out the clay and see him on TV is to seeit like Sun and playing well. I mean that's that's really, really,really, really correct. You know that what I'm doing is really worth while? Yeah, for sure. And what is it? What is it aboutyou that makes you different? Because I know, like all the kids loveyou. Everyone, everyone's always screaming is work, I think. So it'smore of less. It's my train breakdown. The difference from people when they threwtraining, because they do a lot of drills and they do a lotof maybe giving things to wear, as you know, school balls, andif you got like a rope for you know, nothing to one else istraining but doesn't think about is that thing...

...that you have to do games,situation stuff. I think that. I think that the separation makes you differentis the situations of the breakdown and out. Everyone else is different. No oneelse see you know what I mean. So I think that that's the separation, is that just can find me and that indivisual persons. And surgedout with his trift is what's this week. I said how he's been breaking downas a player. Yeah, but I think the song about like yourpersonality that attracts the kids. Oh yeah, I think that a person first,that they gravitate to me as a person, and I think it's easyfor to work with. You know, I mean I done with them,I play with them, but then the tide to work. Is Time towork. But I mean I really make them feel comfortable in the way thatthey can understand that it's I'm in the time of the works. The sametime, you have to make the so comfortable when the workers so they cantrust you for sure. And besides basketball, who else have you been training andother sports? Well, him,...

...he has other tradements as well,but things like that. He's safety to the State University as far as othersports wise the kids, it depends. I do a lot of independs oftraining as fun as we room and things like that. But as far aslike outside of the basketball, I'm really, really liking to him because that's mygifts. At the basketball. Yeah, definitely, but tell me a littleabout about them. As work seven and seven football also, I'm createdmental seven. Seven says what you leak TP. So the reason why Iinformed because of it wants to get his give these kids another opportunity, anotherway out. It's for another way you play. That is for the football, meaning that because the Times that really in thing or at the football toknow it was not really free any of the kids, anything for the kidsto do. So once I created something...

...out of football team along with mystaff, by me, and it's giving these kids another way out and I'mopportunity to be seen and Teschi with some of those kids. I didn't getthat too much playing time doing the season. They can work on the craft,people work on the Scales and you're playing. Got Some of the topcomes in the country. It's a travel team, but they sparing Connecticut.So we travel with Boston spring from mass chilvel to Maryland, each others,Delaware, which I was some Jersey silly. So it is very roundings, grightup the TUN kids tool sort of skills. Yeah, definitely keep onseeing seven or seven getting more popular every year now. And besides Mustafa andAnthony, who else have you trained for basketball and how many? How manyplayers have you trained? When Division One? Wow, let's see that trained.Not Chris Duany asking battle. I've trained no one. Trust the Colemans. Is a sign that this committed to Brown University. Writing. Going,James Me. I mean the little goes...

...on and on. And have acouple of young kids. That's that's gonna be really, really great. Idon't wanna that. The listen on the unity. Yeah, for sure.How many people, how many kids do you think you work with that when, like, do you want athletes? And do you think like overall sayslike the past few years, you think you're getting more recognized? And Connecticut. Absolutely. You know, I get new emails upon the training and sevenhundred seven and so the word is definitely getting out. The words definitely gaveout. I was going to say you have to be in the top likethree of trainers in Connecticut right now. Absolutely. I don't know either.I said, what's your what's your thoughts on do you like NBA Better orNcaa College as well? Funny Basketball when...

...the turnament time. Yeah, yeah, I feeling because anybody's going hard, everyone's going hard. And March,man, everyone was going hard. And the NBA. I like the NBAplayoffs. Yeah, you know what I mean. But those times I loveto watch the two even goes as soon as everyone's going on, definite motor. You Know Me. Yeah, you have any predictions for NCAA tournament?I think that this still comes back dying when stopping, that they have togo to side before. I think that eventually, I think that it's allabout massive S, though, you know what I mean. You never knowwho's gonna have a better potion for you once that want to bracts come out. What about in the NBA statement they half states, the Ching of beet, the something still have enough to come...

...out of the East? Yeah,I think it just it's the West, man. I think that the easilythat need to come with it. You know, it gets plays out there. So, but I think that the West going to state team to be, you know, likes too much. Now my big question to you asa trainer. Why can't these players in the NBA shoot solid free throw percentage? That the easiest thing to do. Is the hardest easy to free those, but nobody wants to know. So that's my and the game. They'llmake free those and I think that they can be better place to make theseat, though. But three points. Very training session, the Reso.Thirty three tools every chaining session. No, we got bumped that up to fifty. Bump up fifty. And then...

...how do you feel about the game? Like in the I mean going in college too, but in the NBA, I know, like the three pointers, like getting like more popular, likeBlake griffins shooting threes, like Brook Brook, Lopeit, like everyone shootingthrees now, Amore. You know, I mean basketball, pretty, prettybasketball. So the game has changed. Yeah, there's so many different ways. I think that was someone knows how to go back to the basket.Let's go on. Take that. Don't want to go in to paint.Don't want to get dirty. You know, I mean. So the game isshaped in that aspect the way. But I cried more skill and yougot to work out. So hopefully I gut small phone calls after this end, for sure, for sure. Right. You ready for some fun questions?Of course. What's on? What's...

...on your playlist right now? Themiserable playlist, Baby Babes. Yeah, that's it. Davis is on.See any songs? Tell you play the play right now. Why you havean actual playlist? You gotta Miss Work playlist. One where's it at?I'll get pumped and stuff the mental playlist. Yeah, we got get too hard, little baby, and gonna. Okay, we got to me camera, let it cut. So, yeah, what's free? Yeah, you gotto mix a variety there. So I know you mentioned cheeseburgers before.So is that your favorite? Foot easy...

...foods and will come of r butwhen I got back to the states, I was a spite cousin wait toget, like a burden king on down. I know that sounds kind of terrible, but go wait to get all that. For sure. And howabout if there was one NBA player that you wanted to work with in youknow you can improve his game? WHO WOULD IT BE? Okay, Ireally thought you don't understand. Yeah, I really talk out. They're roles. Um, he's resurrects his career right now, right now, yeah,for sure, for sure earlier than that, I think. Think that we cameout of college. Does big bad he was nasty, that I reallycould define who he was, you know. I mean I stink that he wasso athletic. He had hand though. He was all right. My lastquestion is I started a chicken tender...

...review. So I need to haveyou on and we're going to do a chicken tender review. You down andthen. So I appreciate you coming on. and where could everybody find you andall your plugs and stuff like that? Now? Well, they can findme also as work elite. Also they can pin me on twitter atwork. Same thing that Mest also at mens works, VIP, and thenfacebook and it's on instagram. INSTAGRAM. My westsite is wwcom. Do's WWWARKCOM and it's not working less it's miss work right, it ain't work.WORKS SEPARATION.

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