My posts have been minimal and sparse and here’s why:

While I have BIG plans for this site the reality is that I’m still a college student, an officer in a club, work as a Personal Trainer and have friends and family I’d like to see. As a result, this page has fallen to the bottom of my to-do list, unfortunately. BUT THE SEMESTER IS OVER! It’s time to get back into the groove of posting and filling this space with content!

Secondly, you may be asking well I get researching and writing an article takes time but what about your workout of the day posts? ———–weelllll, I kinda haven’t been working out. (GASP!) Whether it was because I wasn’t giving my body enough rest in between my workouts, not getting enough sleep or not eating properly I have been fighting a stream of injuries and bugs (ACHOO!) Slowly though, I am getting back into my workouts while being more conscious of the food I’m eating, my stress levels, and how much sleep I’m getting. *WOD posts coming soon*

Lastly, I’ve been working on other projects————————————— ——–I’m the type of person that if I’m not learning something, I feel I’m wasting the precious limited time I have in this life. Whether I’m surfing Youtube watching TEDtalks, Vox or Vice documentaries, there is no subject I won’t learn. It usually involves the YouTube autoplay and curiosity. The biggest reason why is that I don’t want to look back at my life one day and realized I wasted so much time on things I didn’t care about.

My latest interest has been two things: 1. Corrective Exercise and 2. Html, CSS and Javascript coding languages.

NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine), one of the leading names in fitness education and certifications, estimated 80% of adults experience low-back pain, 21% experience shoulder injuries and there are between 80,000 to 100,000 cases of ACL injuries(1). Lots of people got problems is what I’m saying. As a personal trainer, it makes sense why I decided to focus on this (FYI I passed the exam this past Saturday woohoo!) Many of my current clients suffer from pain and I want to help.

Why coding languages? Well, the world is shifting into an e-commerce market, therefore I would be at a disadvantage if I didn’t understand at least the basics of coding languages such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

While this page is starting off slow and my audience is tiny, everyone at the top had to start at the bottom first.

 

(1)-Clark, Micheal, et al. NASM Essentials of Corrective Exercise Training. Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2014.

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