Breaking down the latest social media storm.
One of the measures of value in a gym is cleanliness. (One, not #1 or the only.) And some people don’t mind working out in a dirty place, but a lot of people (especially women) do.
This question never dies. It pops up in CrossFit circles, even now, in various places around the internet.
“What’s your opinion on trainers working out with the class? Like coaching and then jumping in with the class?”
Seriously? We are still asking this question?
Gut instinct is crucial to your success. If you haven’t developed yours and you’re still trying to intellectualize everything, good luck. But perhaps you should learn to listen to yourself …
Sinking another boat won’t make your own boat go faster.
How do you know it’s time to go? Or if it’s time to stay? That’s the real question—in business and in relationships.
Insist on excellence and you’ll find that, very often, excellence is what you’ll eventually get.
Keep these points in mind as you move forward. And good luck!
How many parts of our lives do we mash together, trying to make things fit? How many times have we found ourselves in a job or a relationship, squirming and trying to change (we never really changed) in order to fit our role?
Without people, without coaches, without effort, that place is just four walls with some banged up equipment and a whole lot of emptiness. That same description used to fit us, too.