Having a passion for working with elite athletes, Jeff Cubos has worked in numerous sporting events including the Club Crew Dragon Boat World Championships, OHL Cup, Ironman USA Triathlon, Canadian National Lacrosse Championships, Canadian National Track and Field Championships / Olympic Trials, and most recently as the head doctor of Team Canada at the World Jewish Ice Hockey Championships held in Metula, Israel. He most recently travelled as a member of Team Canada’s medical staff at the IIHF World Inline Hockey Championships in Karlstad, Sweden.
Dr. Cubos is also certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association NSCA-USA, holds the International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma through FICS, and currently maintains a full-time practice with his wife in Spruce Grove, Alberta.
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We had a great time catching up about:
- Continuing education becoming “collecting baseball cards”
- Not being afraid to ask questions
- Wisdom not having to come from your own mistakes; it could be from someone else’s
- My new mentorship
P.S. I really want people to not be afraid of asking questions. For example, with my a href=”https://charlieweingroff.com/mentorship”T=R Systems Mentorship, I only want to work with people that are going to ask me questions and squeeze like a sponge, make me earn my money, and help those that enroll earn more money than they invested.