I have to tell ya, this short week has got me all screwed up. I’ve felt like every day was the day before and I’ve been a busy little boy trying to fit in everything I need to in four days.
That’s my reasoning for this random post.
I do not, in any way have a business-type mind. In fact, the business side of training freaks me out a bit. That’s why I’m trying to spend more of my time reading business related material. I love reading about training and new methodologies, but I really need to expand my understanding of how a business runs. I am currently in the middle of The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz. So far, I’m really digging it. It’s not as riveting as Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, (I mean c’mon, who doesn’t love a dog named Turtle and a kid named Fudge?) but it is definitely keeping my attention and forcing me to think bigger than I normally do. I’ll let you know what I think of it once I’m through.
The hip thrust has become, far and away, on of my favorite exercises since I first came across it a year or so ago. I feel it has a ton of benefits to an individuals’ strength, as well as their hip/low back health and mobility. Bret Contreras, the official inventor of the hip thrust, has a fantastic video explaining how to do the movement. I have pretty much all my clients doing this at some point. Look out for a sore boo-tay!
The Office starts its new season in two weeks and I’m crazy pumped for it!
There are still a few slots available for the discounted (30%) program design/distance coaching. Contact me if you’re interested.
Have a great weekend!