10 Minute Timer Has Started.
Being a personal training for years and working for corporations I always struggled with really making time for certain things. Out of all things it would be more workout believe it or not. I felt that I had to maximize every second while I was in front of an “audience” and meet and use every waking second on potential opportunity.
Last week now that Katie and I work for ourselves it has been so much easier, less stressful, and more enjoyable to get into a routine. We have set hours for ourselves, and a set workout time. I haven’t done that for years. My fitness the last few years took the back burner while I tried to create our online training programs.
We workout everyday at 3 pm and it’s so freaking awesome. Everyday we have friends come over and throw down in our garage. It’s almost like we are taking a class. It is community. It’s what I have wanted for the last several years and just had a hard time doing within corporations. I know in order for your client to be successful a lot more goes into that just programming.
You have to create the right environment for your clients. If you can set up your clients for success both physically and mentally you are going places. Little things like having up beat music, having the workout written on the board so clients friends can easily see what’s going on.
Its sounds so simple and I may not be making any sense at all. I’m just thankful for the community that K Squared Fitness has started to create. It’s something I have wanted for over a decade. I’m a passionate coach, constantly wanting to better myself so that I can provide a better, more engaging, fun environment for my clients (who I call friends).
10 minutes a day. I’m just putting my thoughts on my blog to get in the habit of writing everyday. It’s been fun. It’s a place for me to share my thoughts and reflect on what’s going on in our business. Soon after I create the habit I will start writing for longer, and have more detailed articles and education.
For now, it doesn’t have to be perfect.
Everything doesn’t have to be perfect for you to start exercising either.