Less of a Podcast, More of an Under 20 Minute Ramble -- Thoughts on Goals, Goal Setting and When You Might Want to Reassess!
Some of you all enjoy my rambling (I worry about you guys...) some of you don't. If you don't then please skip this one. I had some thoughts about goals, goalsetting, and how to know if your goal is right for you or not AKA when to re-assess and/or start with a slate.
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Ask GiryaGirl: Should I go for the RKC the HKC or the PCC? Master the Kettlebell or Enter the Kettlebell?
These questions pop up a lot in day to day life online, in person, and always in email. So, it seems more than fair to answer them here for you too!
Q: I'm a personal, group fitness instructor, strength coach, exercise enthusiast, etc. I want to learn more about and fitness in an intensive way, which workshop should I choose? What's the difference between the , , and ? And why would I choose one over the other? Should I take them all?
Even though I'd made a "38 birthday workout" for a client a few years ago, and considered just recycling it for myself, I decided NOPE!! I need my own, and something goofily specific to what I like to do. So yes, there are pull ups involved. DEAD HANG pull ups of course...
Coming back from the Encinitas, Californiaworkshop last week meant flying out of the San Diego airport on a red eye flight from SAN to ATL to back home. And while I was thankfully upgraded on the flight from SAN to ATL, that was still just maybe 2 hours of precious sleep before hitting the ground in Atlanta and hopefully wandering into the correct terminal. Those of you up early enough that morning were "treated" to a couple of experiments with sleep-deprived deadpan humor on instagram with official seeming but highly ironic "pro travel" themed hashtags. Yesterday I flooded instagram with videos and images of critters from Disney's Animal Kingdom... instead of the usual food fitness, and silliness content.