Tomorrow I am going to be on WHAS TV in the morning. I was invited to be on because I'm a trainer at the Jewish Community Center (one of my many dungeons) and they are sponsoring a walk. They are showcasing it on WHAS in the morning and asked a couple of the trainers to go on and talk about stretching. Since I am not a big fan of overstretching and static stretching, I'm probably just going to be bringing my rolling stick in and demonstrating a couple of rolling exercises for the legs. I hope that makes them happy. If not, oh well. At least I will have tried to convert their minds away from the old static stretching mentality.
I've been spending a lot of time preparing for my summit in November (Louisville Performance Summit, maybe you've read it on here before). I'm extremely excited to be putting on this one of a kind seminar here in The Ville. We don't have a lot of these in this area and I'm stoked I will be the mastermind behind this one. Not sure if that's good or bad ha ha ha. It's still about 10 weeks away and I'm already getting a little nervous. What if one of the speakers back out? What if I only get 10 people signed up? There's a lot to think about. This is the first promotion of this kind I've ever done and I want to make sure it is perfect and everyone walks away with super genius tattoo'd on their forehead.
In between working 4 jobs, 60-70 hours per week, and putting together this summit, I'm supposed to be training for the Bourbon Chase at the end of September. I'm hoping that my pure raw athletic ability will be good enough because my training has been crap. I run about once per week and hit the weights about once or twice. For the Chase, I have legs of 8 miles, 5 miles, and 4 miles. I should be OK as long as I get proper nutrients in my system and roll the snot out of my legs in between my runs. I'm looking forward to this though because it's something I've never done. There will definitely be plenty of pictures and a blog to recap the events of that one.
Ok, starting to get sleepy, let's hope this bout of writing helped. Good night all and happy training.