Whenever my friends ask me what the toughest part of writing a book is, I always respond, “the writing part.”
You see, I’ll always identify myself as a coach first and foremost. Unlike a lot of the people from whom you’ve likely purchased fitness books in the past, I actually train people – and a lot of them. As a result, evaluating clients, writing programs, coaching technique, and creating a fun and motivating training environment is a normal day for me. Sitting down to write about these things, however, will never come naturally.
Rather than trying to jam a round peg into a square hole on this front, my recent projects have focused heavily on leveraging my strengths as an evaluator, programmer, and coach. This resource will continue that trend, so if you’re looking for a novel to entertain you, I suggest you pick up something from Dan Brown, Malcolm Gladwell, or any of a host of other authors who can do a much better job of it than I can. If you’re looking for some reading material you need to be successful in your fitness endeavors, though, I’m your man.