Thursday Thought – Be curious, seek knowledge on how to improve your Kiama Fitness program

Today’s Daily News and Thursday Thought is a quick message I had to get out regarding knowledge. Every day I send you out useful information which in some way, shape or form WILL help you improve your Kiama Fitness program.

In an ever-changing industry like mine, it’s important to stay up to date with all the latest, exciting and effective information. I go to great lengths to do that and pas on the relevant, useful stuff to you. It’s really important too that the information covers key areas like Strength training, High intensity interval training, Recovery techniques, Nurtition, Confidence, Mindset  and several other areas that are critical to your success. I’ve always covered the exercise side of things with my clients, but more and more over the past 11 years as a Personal Trainer I have realised how much more help everyone needs in all the other areas. Nutrition for fat loss and performance. Recovery techniques to stay in peak condition. Confidence and mindset strategies to help people overcome self-sabotaging thoughts, it’s ALL critical to the success of your Kiama Fitness program!

It’s also very important to never assume that you “know it all” and not be open to new ideas or strategies for success. Like I said , I have been owrking full time as  a Personal Trainer in Kiama and the Illawarra for the past 12 years and I certainly don’t know all there is to know it all. It’s for that reason, and because I want to be the best I can be, that I’m constantly reading, learning and networking with the best in the fitness industry. Today I’ll be in Sydney with 20 of the top Fitness Professionals in NSW to share our knowledge and learn from each other.

So today’s Thursday Thought, from the book “Now is the Time” by Patrick Lindsay is:

Now is the time to…

Be curious

Knowledge won’t find us, we must find it.

Every day is a chance to learn something new.

Cast your net wide,

open your mind to the excitement of learning.

Curiosity keeps us young at heart and mind.

When we stop learning, we stop living.

 

“I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

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