Just recently I have accepted the job as the lead trainer. I’m going to keep this post as personal as possible. I have literally grown to love the people I work with daily. And I can say that I have grown so much on board. There is a respect that transcends so many differences in our lives. I wanna shout out the GANG! You know who you are but just in case you didn’t wanna be singled out I’ll keep the names to myself lol
One of the most exciting experiences has been in witnessing the change as I encounter people and start to physically and mentally impact them. Watching people become more mobile, healthier and happier has not only been a confidence booster but a reminder. That pure intent will always rise. It has been my sole goal to leave everyone I encounter with a little more confidence in their body and the strength they posses not only physically but mentally.
I will say I am in my element.
I have been around athletics for as long as I could remember. I remember trying on my first football helmet and not really being able to see out of it. Football didn’t become something I really enjoyed until I was older. Track wouldn’t have been so bad if I would have learned to breathe correctly. Which didn’t occur until I literally took a semester of jogging at Pennstate.
Running is one of those things that comes naturally or it just doesn’t. In my case it took half my life, but I got it now.
I am using this as a growing experience. I will do my best to change and uplift the people in the most positive ways as I change how they move. To be an athlete you must be; dedicated, responsible and willing. That’s my goal to bring people to the complete realization that they are alive and in control of the route to their destines. And so we squat until the whole world squats to the rhythm we set.