Online training has become very popular for a simple reason: it works. When you don’t have access to in person training, you can be coached online through LIVE, one on one private sessions (on Skype or Facetime). The session can be tailored to specific flexibility needs, conditioning, contortion tricks, or full training session complete of warm up, progressive body opening exercises and cool down. All you need is a laptop with functioning camera and high speed internet.
You’ve been stretching/training/following your passion diligently for the past 5 years or so. You went through it all: the first exciting discoveries, the learning experience, the downfalls, the good days and bad days.
If my first goal with flexibility was simply to become the most flexible I could, now that I've seen how far I can push myself, I've slightly changed that initial goal into a healthier, long term, safer one.
Today I want to talk about pain. Pain is something that we fear and overall dislike, comes in many forms and it's part of life. It's a strong and effective way the body has to communicate what's happening.
When I was looking for flexibility coaches, I had to do a long and grueling search that led me many times nowhere. Living in Las Vegas, you'd think I have it easy right? With all the shows, artists and performers.
It's funny how people can't see why I would train so hard without having a definite end goal like being in a show. I used to get asked the same thing when I was doing fitness: "What are you training so much for?"
There is so much confusion about nutrition, that is hard to make the right choices when it comes to food. First of all, if you're an athlete (or you're just active, train often etc) you should KNOW how important is to fuel your body properly.