Whenever my friends ask me what the toughest part of writing a book is, I always respond, â€œthe writing part.â€
You see, Iâ€™ll always identify myself as a coach first and foremost. Unlike a lot of the people from whom youâ€™ve likely purchased fitness books in the past, I actually train people â€“ 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 youâ€™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 youâ€™re looking for some reading material you need to be successful in your fitness endeavors, though, Iâ€™m your man.