Blogging: when there’s never been a dull moment since 2015.
After two meager years of being in the online space, I’d argue my life has become exhilarating, colorful, and unpredictable. Because once you’re out there for the cyber world to see, crazy shenanigans are bound to go down.
I’ve been asked out on dates. I’ve been featured on fitness publications. I’ve connected with hundreds of amazing people across the world. I’ve been challenged as a professional. I’ve become bffs with other Lord of the Rings fanatics. I’ve learned how to be a better writer. I’ve turned down dates. And I finally grew a pair of balls to check my blog traffic, which was a PLEASANT surprise.
Amidst all of the good and bad, I guess you can say I’m doing OK. And I want to say thank you for reading and supporting my work.
Here are this week’s readings:
Why Crawling Is Vital At Any Age – Abby Clark via Girls Gone Strong
No surprise I’m including an article on crawling. I love the simplicity of this. Also here is a cool animal flow I did this morning:
Every time I meet a new client for an evaluation, it’s very common they slap a photo of a ripped model on a magazine cover on my desk. “I want to look like this,” they say.
Alas, it’s not that easy and likely impossible to achieve the body you want. Why? Because it doesn’t exist.
Inside Out Coaching – Joe Ehrmann
That awkward moment when coaching becomes less about sports and more about life coaching. This is a book I revisit on a monthly basis because it reminds me that coaching has the ability to transform athletes’ lives personally, academically, and professionally.