Thursday, November 08, 2012

Cookies and Changes in Nashville

Arrived at the Nashville Opryland Hotel last night to hang out with my buddy Bedros Keuilian at a seminar. We're going to get in some workouts and check out the scene today and this weekend. Should be a few good misadventures.

So more workout details coming later on. After all, Bedros' wife Di made a bunch of almond-flour, gluten-free chocolate chip cookies for me and I need to make sure those foodz go into the right muscles. Let's just say they're all gone, and there were quite a few that need to be put into the musclez.

Haha, like everyone else, I'm a "if it's in the hotel room, I'm going to eat it" kind of guy. I'll try and get the recipe for you.

Until I have a workout report for you, I'm going to leave you with this tough question.

"Is the life you're living worth what you're giving up to have it?"

An uncomfortable question, huh? But one with important ramifications for the choices you're making...Choose wisely, my friends.

And if you want to change, here's the secret.

"Change isn't about what you know. It's about what you do." - Catherine Gordon, Certified Turbulence Trainer

Catherine is an incredible woman, the winner of the 2nd Turbulence Training Transformation Contest, and a trainer that I intend to make famous because of the important message she has to share with the world.

By the way, for trainers, here's a great resource. It's a done-for-you set of Bootcamp workouts to make your life easier while getting your clients awesome results. Bring the energy and the results!


Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
"You are responsible for exactly who, what, and where you are in life. That will be just as true this time next year. Situations aren't important. How you react to them is. You have to play it where it lies." - Kekich Credo #58

But don't let that sound too negative, instead, take positive action based on this:

"We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face… we must do that which we think we cannot." – Eleanor Roosevelt

Craig "Cookie Eating" Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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