The learning process is an expansion of the mind that ensures that growth inspires professional betterment. Not memorizing and copying others...but really understanding and retaining newfound elements that add to your growth, personally and professionally.
Becoming a professional means engaging others to follow you--not simply telling them to follow you. Leaders command attention and raise expectations. Others are attracted to that and will heed.
Finding a trainer that tries and tests every type of exercise modality first on him/herself is key in the real-world training environment. Do it, show it, coach it!
Like crabs in a barrel, there are those that try to pull each other down for their own gain. In any professional, when you help anyone around you, you help the everyone in the profession itself.
The last true piece to the puzzle...becoming a leader that can coach with authority, empathy, and temperament.They will listen because they know you truly care and respect them---nothing to do with your education.
Floor Exercises (in a group)
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The participants were definitely winded and felt very "elated" with the completion. I received positive feedback and words of encouragement, as the women professed to "pass the word" for more friends to try my class next week. I'll keep you posted...
It was a good movie--not a great movie, but I realized a couple of things. You are never too old to begin working out. Patrick Dempsey, who I suspect must be in his forties, looks like he did some training for his role in this movie. For the men out there that seem to be at a crossroads with their age and beginning an exercise program--NONSENSE!! It is never to late to begin an exercise program and reap results. I am pushing 35, and I believe I have achieved more results in my thirties than in my twenties or even late teens! The difference? Smarts...
Get with a good trainer and follow a good program. You can achieve the body you want in as little as 6 weeks. What's needed to do all this? Read here.