Anyway, she has been looking for a new gym and become frustrated. She texted me the other night and asked if she could come back, the half hour drive would be worth it. She said she told her prospective coaches that she used to lift with me, "Everybody says you're the best," she said.
I replied that they were kind to say that. But, like the other fine things in life, she should always buy the best coaching she can afford.
It's been a decade or so since I left the kettlebell certification teaching body for what is now StrongFirst, powered by the formidable intellect and work ethic of Pavel Tsatsouline. One of my friends, a professional strength and conditioning coach (who did his KB certification at my first course as an instructor), is a Senior Instructor for StrongFirst. He sent me this photo the other day with the comment that all these years later I was still quoted in the Kettlebell Certification Instructor's Manual.
It's nice to be remembered.
Lest there be any confusion, I am still at Barbell Strategy Strength and Conditioning
We just changed the website and setting up separate blog for everyone is too complicated so I figured I would start up my own separate blog. So we can link and maybe by posting separately I can increase the hits for us on the search engine. We'll see.