Jan 172011

When it comes to fitness, I think it is important to do something everyday to help you achieve your goals. It doesn’t have to be a 2-hour workout consisting of strength training and conditioning. It could be as easy as a 20 minute walk or as hard as a kettle bell workout. It all depends on your current level of fitness. For some, maybe it is getting off the couch and doing some house work or riding the stationary bike for 30 minutes? Either way, do something to get moving.

When I think of the athletes that I am fortunate to work with, they rarely get total days off to rest. Usually it is a game, practice, travel day, or a strength and conditioning session that helps keep them busy. It is also why hockey players may be the most “fit” athletes.

Speaking of doing something everyday day, I’ve spent some time recently updating the blog. With the help of Kevin Neeld, I think I’ve made the site look better and I have also added a Recommended Resources page and a Testimonial page. Check them out. Thanks! Sean

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