Peruse any fit pro’s social media page, and you’ll see photos of their self improvement book collection.
From the Power of Now to the Power of Habit to Conscious Coaching to Crush It by Gary V, fit pros are constantly showcasing the “look at me, I read and get better every day and know Brenee Brown and mindfulness is bae” mindset.
Which is great.
I love reading and have read a plethora of books on business, coaching, psychology, romance, and motivation.
But sometimes, you have to get out into the world and put what you read into action. As I always say, “less announcements, more action.”
This week’s Fitness Stuff to Check Out includes a few things beyond just reading:
Are you female entrepreneur, action-taker, difference maker, or thought leader? Or do you simply want to kick it with Jen Sinkler?
Then, this event is for you.
Strength coach and trainer Allison Tenney is putting on this amazing gathering of empowering women in Seattle this month.
What you will get:
– 5 legendary speakers (Erin Brown, Lori Lindsey, Gina LaRoche, Elisabeth Akinwale, Dianna Russini)
– Amazing connections with women who share similar values personally and professionally
– The country’s best coffee
Don’t miss out and get your tickets here.
Andrew Wiseman, Ian Dyer, Megan Smith, David Copeland-Smith, Damon Shaw, and a myriad of others who work in academy and professional soccer will be speaking at the world’s best conference on soccer performance.
Oh, and I’m one of the panelists on youth physical development.
To say I’m honored to be sitting alongside these studs is an understatement.
This is a webinar you do NOT want to miss. Get your tickets here.
Are you a youth sports coach or trainer? This is my top pick for learning how to safely and optimally build young athletes under a long-term athletic development model.
Movement first, coordination, spatial awareness, then strength and load.
To that end, training kids should start with play and informal activities first, then as they progress into high school, they can undergo more structured programming.