Pici pasta, scallops, tarragon, pecorino Romano cheese….enough said!
"31 for 31" Challenge. Who’s in? You can check out further information on Facebook. Just type, "Reed’s Wellness and Fitness Training" in the search box on Facebook. Let’s make change! #beYOURbest #31for31Challenge #reedswellnessandfitnesstraining
Dinner is served! “Cashew Chicken” #latergram
Finishing off the weekend with a 12 mile run and this fantastic view!
Eric doing some 3-cone agility work after training with the @TRX. Watch out Flash Gordon.
New blog post: 12 tips to keep you motivated while being physically active
Just when you thoughts burpees sucked and then came across this modification of the burpee with use of the @TRX Suspension System. Yes, the song was chosen on purpose (“I Hate Everything About You”) and take not at the rear foot not in the hoist —- it floats. Enjoy! :)
What’s other modifications have you done?
On a personal and professional level, I am always striving to be my best. With that being said, if you have ever had an online and / or one-on-one personal trainer, or have even attended group training, what did you like or dislike about your trainer? What did you like or dislike about the structure of the program, the exercises, and so forth?
I also ask this because every client I have who has had a personal trainer, has stated nothing but negative things about a particular trainer and then nothing but good things about another trainer. Most of the negative has been in regard to particular trainers and coaches not being prepared nor exhibiting quality knowledge of movement and exercise patterns.
Let’s hear it ladies and gentleman! I hope everyone has had a great Wednesday.
Sometimes, there does not have to be a reason to buy her flowers. Although her first response was, “what did you do?”. Lol #latepost
You know you care a lot about your clients and their success, when you are willing to tape a photo of Leonardo DiCaprio to your kettlebell to keep them motivated. This is for you, Erin. 💪😎