Free Community Workout Saturdays

This Saturday's workout was excellent (but I'm a little biased). I had 5 people show up -- a set of friends, an engaged couple, and a personal training client of mine. The space in the garage was perfect for it. Each person had their space to stretch, do their movements, and still be able to feel like they were in it together.

I love coaching -- it was great to be in front of a group again sharing my knowledge of how to properly move the human body for long term health. People were smiling and laughing, there was encouragement, self-abasement, and a really great atmosphere (despite it being in the low-30s during the workout!!). Everyone walked away having worked for a solid 55 minutes and were hopefully sore in all the right ways!

Here is a quick video of what we covered in the class.

I'm looking forward to coaching more of these classes. I've also got space on my schedule for other classes during the week and on the weekend. Interested in getting high-level coaching and getting your body moving right, but don't want to pay for the expense of personal training? Here's what you can do:

  1. Get a few friends together that are tired of massive high intensity classes with little coaching, loud music, light weights, and that leave you beat up.

  2. Go to my facebook page to sign up for strength and mobility class.

  3. Get ready to lift some weights!!

Since moving to Nashville, I've had people ask me why I got out of politics and in to coaching. The answer is simple -- I get to add a ton of value to people's lives by helping them live healthier, more fulfilling lives. And I'd love the opportunity to help you achieve that as well; whether your goals are short-term (want to lose the quarantine-15) or long-term (you want to be able to play with your grandkids in 50 years), I'd love to help you get there.

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