I’d argue time is your most valuable and limited resource. You only have so much of it and you have to decide at all times how you are going to allocate it to meet the needs of others and accomplish your own desires. In my experience, time - just ahead of money - is the single most cited reason why someone can’t workout regularly. I’m not knocking those individuals either.
The fitness industry is a community of deeply caring individuals who are primarily focused on helping others live their best life. Sure there is money to be made, but there is a lot more money to be made in other industries that offer more stability, security, and opportunities for vertical mobility. Most individuals who are in fitness are there because they found a passion for caring for their own health and wellness, experienced the profound impact it had on their life, and want to help guide others to that same enlightenment.
I started working as a fitness professional officially in July of 2011 fresh off getting my American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer certificate.
You know all the typical headlines you see on the web, in print, and everywhere in between. I don’t blame those publications or headlines. I’m an adult. I’m a realist. I know what sells, draws attention, gets clicks, and converts. I’m sure from time to time some of my content comes off as a derivative of some of those pieces of content. What I want to share with you today though is the stuff that really gets me going. Something I’m truly passionate about. It doesn’t get enough attention despite it impacting all of us regardless of our current goals. How should we be training if we want to continue training for the rest of our life?
I became a Dad officially on July 22nd, 2016 with the birth of my first son Kal. And I’m preparing to solidify my dadhood in the upcoming weeks with the birth of my second son Kyler. The transition into dadhood has been awesome! Sure at times it has been challenging, difficult, and tiring, but those times are way out numbered by the number of times I’ve felt nothing but joy and happiness.