Home, Training, and Insights

As everyone knows, I learn more at my seminars than my audience. There is an old joke about teaching: 40 people watching one person learn the material. It’s true in an odd way. In Dublin, I kept on my little policy of absolute honesty. I am coming out with my own version of the Velocity Diet and I outlined the ideas, I told them exactly how I train and I admitted all my flaws (both of them…including humility).

I loved the trip. If you want to see the pics, hit me up on my Facebook account…if you need to add me as a friend, I am glad to do it. After a 25 hour trip home, I just lumped yesterday and trained today. In Dublin, I did some VO2 Max and a 100 rep race with the 16 kilo kbell and some this and that. Today, I did a lot of rolling, pull ups, some kbells and some Get Ups. I am experimenting with a Get Up on a foam roller, let me think this through over a few sessions.

I think the thing I come away with from most workshops is that it took me a long time to make things this simple. I’m working on my next book now (and I need a favor) and so much of what I explain in person doesn’t carry over into the written word. Alas.

The favor: we are moving into a second printing of “Never Let Go.” If you see any errors, can you let me know? Spelling or whatever is fine, we picked up about three or so. I would appreciate it.

Too big a gap in these guns...

Too big a gap in these guns...

Home at last...

Home at last...

Even I don't know what this means

Even I don't know what this means

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