“My whole life, it is a run,” – said Dmitri Tcherniakov, Russian stage director – “A run with a goal. Sometimes I’m running and I’m gasping for air. Sometimes I run in happiness, sometimes I run in fear. And I want an opportunity to stop and look at things differently.”
Just a real quick blog for all of the fellow trainers who take the time to read this. If you do not follow or know who Eric Cressey or Dean Somerset are, then do yourself a favor and do so. Buy their books on performance and rehab. Follow them through Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for their emails. My training has positively exploded since I've been following these two. It's probably something more like worship right now. They have made training that much more exciting and positive again. I think my clients would agree as well.
In the wonderful ending from Woody Allen’s “Manhattan,” he lists certain things that make life worth living: Groucho Marx, the second movement of the Juniper Symphony, Marlon Brando. For me, the smell of morning coffee that my boyfriend makes first thing has to be on that list. Ah.