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I started this blog 4 years ago. My first post was to record my Thailand Training Journal. I had it all written down in a little notebook and because I wanted to always remember that experience. I put it online so I would have access to it from where ever I was.
After that I made the decision to start recording my workouts. Up until that point I had scribbles of paper and started and stopped programs a lot so I thought it would be a good way to keep me accountable. It was also the beginning of my official CrossFit career. Below was my opening post.
“Starting Monday I will begin keeping daily logs of my workouts + anything I happen to come across of interest in relation to Nutrition or exercise. I will be posting both my own opinions on topics a long with others and I am completely open to discussion on everything. I welcome argument, I actually love nothing more than discussing different methods of training with people. At the end of the day we are all climbing the same mountain and there are many different ways to get to the top.
Let the journey begin!”
Over the past 4 years my thoughts have continuously evolved on all things physical and there is no sign of that slowing any time soon. I have attended countless courses, seminar, workshops, talks etc. What started as simply a way for me to hold myself accountable to working out has evolved to a never ending documentation of my journey. This blog is filled with my successes, failures, good days, bad days, goals which I achieved and those which I didn’t and many things in between.
Up until a couple months ago I would religiously update it every night but recently things have slowed. My injury has lead me to not working out as much and updating the site has not been of priority to me. At the moment I’ve averaging about a post a week.
This past weekend I went to a seminar at Poliquin Headquarters in RI – If you don’t know who Charles Poliquin is and you work in the fitness industry shame on you. Great weekend filled with valuable information and I got a couple things that I can implement immediately into my clients programs which is exactly why I go to these things. One of my current affirmations is:
“I lean what I can and I share what I know”
I’m still relentlessly studying everything I can on human behavior and applying it to my days. I’m spending a minimum of two hours every morning studying.
Update on my shoulder is that the doctor ordered the wrong test for me a couple weeks ago so I’ve got to wait another couple weeks for the new one. At this point I don’t have any emotion surrounding it. I’ve accepted the fact that I’m on the shelf for a while and I’ve shifted my focus towards my continued education and I’m totally at peace with it.
When I talk about the evolution of this blog and how values shift around I honestly feel like no matter what happens to me in life I can handle it. I used to have an immense amount of attachment to the things that were most important to me but now I realize that when one thing disappears it just re-appears somewhere else in a different form. This shift in mindset can be credited to my coaches (physical and mental) as well as Demartini’s work.
I’m off to Cali this weekend for some jumps and hopefully hit the Ballon a few times as well. Gonna be fun 🙂