So its a Friday night, and my son is sleeping already(early night for him) and I decided to clean up my documents folder, or at the very least organize it a lot more, being that I have lots of workout programs for my clients, for myself, or just some just for fun that haven't really been used.
Anyway, looking over where I was 3 or 4 years ago in my workout designs, I would have smacked myself in the face. "Really, that's what you're gonna do?"
I guess my inexperience played a factor in the kinds of workouts i was churning out, but still...WOW!!
My workouts now are a lot better now. At least I think so, you may have to talk to some of my clients to really find out. My organization is better, the goal of the session is more pronounced, and just the overall vibe from the program is better. I guess that's also experience, but Ive also committed to learning a lot more about many different things. Since I've started my career, I've stayed not only on top of research through NSCA articles, but also new trends in fitness, like TRX, ViPR, kettlebells, and group training. I think that non-stop drive to learn and be taught has helped me grow as a trainer.
How have you changed over the past 3 or 4 years? Different habits? Different opinions? Different lifestyle?
Maybe you've tried to lead a more healthy lifestyle?
Let me know