Hey all! My name is Jerad Oberst, as you can see, and I am BRAND NEW to this site. The gym I am currently working at required me to get insurance, so here I am..HOWEVER, I figured I would get out some personal info on me in case anyone wanted to contact me...so here we go!
Having an active lifestyle is good, but being injured while keeping fit isn’t. Those who engage in any kind of sport are prone to injuries that are not only painful, but may also be permanent in severe cases. However, don’t let this stop you from running, swimming, or going on a trek on your mountain bike. There are ways to avoid having an injury. But don’t wait until you have an accident before you get life insurance – make sure you Compare the Market.
Posted by Tom Brown @ Wednesday, April 02, 2014 @ 09:58am
Sometimes life can throw curves, but you just need to keep swinging. The month of March was really difficult. I had a friend pass away at the very end of February, then had my Aquatic Certification Exam. Not long after another friend went into hospice, right after celebrating my sons 11th birthday. The month was like a roller coaster with huge downs and wonderful ups. Yesterday I received notification that I passed my latest certification exam and felt like I could fly. The big thing is, even though things get hard, just keep moving forward.
Unless you ever spoke to Joe Pilates (and perhaps even if you did), would you really understand what he meant by the "spirit" in it's connection to mind and body relative to Pilates? This has become so interpretive and often very obscure. Many people just simply lengthen the word and say that its your "spiritual" side or "spirituality"--perhaps alluding to a religious slant on the discipline.