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Got My Butt Kicked Today (In a Good Way)!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Today I was blessed to get my butt kicked by a 6'+ Scottish athletic trainer, and I have to say, it was a real eye-opener. I was doing things I did not know I was capable of doing and was genuinely proud of myself. That does not, however, mean that I came out of that 1-hour experience unscathed. I am now accutely aware of muscle, bone, and neurological connections within my body that I was previously unaware existed. I can also say that these connections are not being at all shy about their presence. This is going to be an Aleve Evening with a strong potential of a hard cider chaser.

If there are any Spark People out there that live in Western Washington on the Kitsap Peninsula, I can highly recommend Ross Gilbert as a personal trainer. This man really gets it. He accepts you as you are and truly strives to help you improve your overall health and quality of life through a better understanding of how your body works and how to get it to better meet your needs for the long term.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KARIEWILLIS 4/20/2013 1:35PM

    Whew, glad you had a good workout, but sorry you're paying for it now. Ow.

Hope the Aleve helps. And that it gets easier, soon!

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HEALTHY-SPARK 4/20/2013 11:41AM

    That's great -- exactly what a personal trainer ought to be. Someone to motivate you and make you realize that yes, you CAN DO IT!


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67YKCEB 4/20/2013 10:55AM

    don't you just love the oh so subtle ways our body's complain to us?
It will get easier!

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INCREDIBLYME 4/20/2013 6:03AM

    getting stronger- living longer. Proud of you

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