Hello everyone! As a fitness coach and history buff, I have always been fascinated by the seemingly modern things one could have seen in the ancient world. I am speaking, in this case, about the first recorded example (of which I am aware) of personal training.
To all you hard working fitness professionals who take the time to participate in this informal study… Thank You!
The goal of this endeavor is to gather some data and see if it supports the hypothesis that certain occupational personality types gravitate to specific career choices in fitness. Read more
Image is everything. If you want clients to treat you as the professional you are, your workouts need to be delivered in a professional way. A circuit routine scratched out on the back of your lunch receipt is “not that”. Enter, the IDEA Workout Builder. Read more
Our bean arbor is, for me, a spiritual place. I feel peaceful and protected, cocooned in the shady, cool quietness there. The first time I went picking in the arbor, I walked the entire length of it and didn’t see a bean. They are kind of camouflaged, green on green, just hanging there within the tendrils and leaves of the bean plants. You have to snap on a mental filter to let you see the beans among the vines and then they become obvious. You have to learn to see them. Read more
By the time we had been in the water 30 minutes I was not feeling the joy and Molly, sensing my lack of confidence, had already ditched me for the relative safety of Jeff’s kayak. This freed me up for some deeper thoughts and, without getting all “woo-woo” on you, what I came to realize was that a paddle down the creek has many of the same elements as our lives do. It’s just the scale that’s different.