I am back from Amsterdam and sitting in the Newark Airport waiting for my flight home and it has been a great few days!
The two day FMS workshop went very well - 44 attendees and was well received by all. Once again it was primarily physiotherapists with a smattering of trainers and strength coaches. A great group and I had a blast teaching.
The KB Basics workshop went very well. KBs are in their infancy in the Netherlands but I think you will be seeing more of them coming along. Again a great group and a mix of physios and trainers and people just there for their own education. My workshops are very much based on learning the proper form and not just getting "smoked". Another great day!
Once again the Human Motion group took very good care of me and I had a great time. My teaching and presenting was "On" this weekend. Really good flow and feel to the teaching - those of you who present for a living will know what I am talking about. Look for more things coming from the Human Motion group!!
Jet lag and fatigue - I made sure my diet was a bit better this trip and made sure I got a good amount of sleep each night and that made a huge difference. Still feeling the trip but doing well.
Now I get back to work and get ready for the RKC level 1 and RKC level 2 in June!
Oh, and I apparently made someone's blog who was trying to promote Sandbag training and I am a "groove lift/gym bunny" or something to that effect. This person does not know me and it unaware of my background etc... and why try to insult someone to market a product??
For the record - 1) I like sanbags, 2) if anyone mistakes me for a "gym bunny" they need very serious help with an eye and mental evaluation, 3) putting a 360 lb atlas stone on a 38" platform is apparently a "grooved" lift - LOL ;)