Your browser (Internet Explorer 7 or lower) is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how to update your browser.

X
  • Solo

    All personal training relationships begin with a health history, personal profile and dietary analysis. Baseline measurements and body fat are offered for quantifying results and future performance testing. More

  • Team

    Nothing beats group support. Team training is an affordable way for everyone to get involved and to have the most fun in doing so. Ever wanted to train for a full or half marathon? What about breaking into the sport of adventure racing?More

  • Classes

    Just by showing up, you get the infectious energy of those around you. Time literally flies by as you reach new levels of performance and accomplish goals.More

  • Music Artist Development

    For those that need more than a quick boot camp type of an approach, we believe that long lasting results need a different type of commitment from the artist and label.More

What is Strong? Part One

What is Strong graphic image

 

What if all our scars and pain could be seen . . . in full view for everyone to see? All our pain we survived, right there on the surface, exposed.

Sometimes I really wish this the case.  The games we play to hide the things that could only move us closer to one another, relate to one another, respect one another  or understand each other a lot better. Immediately.

The title of my blog is “what is strong?”  And I’m going to start by going back.

"But, you're not a runner."

Marie Smith runs with Krista Nuber in Franklin

This is something I’ve heard a lot since starting my half marathon training. I’m asked what’s going on, anything new? “Well, yes! (big smile on my face) I’m training for the half marathon in April.” This is met with quizzical looks, sometimes a slight sideways head tilt and some form of these words come out of the person’s mouth, “Oh…but you’re not a runner.” At times, the inflection goes up at the end, making it sound like a question, “But you’re not a runner?” As if I have completely altered their thinking of what makes me, well, me.

Pages