2015 and what to look forward to…
As we encounter a new year we have many new challenges and opportunities. As everyone has goals for the new year, I have several as well. Some professional and some personal. I am going to list off a few of my goals working into the 2015 year. I will post on them and share progress on each one of them. I will share my goals to let everyone know that WE at Iron Body Studios are authentic and never stagnate. Both Artemis and myself strive to keep our services current and progressing toward being the best to our community. We find many new things through personal experience and through education. Talk the talk, walk the walk!
Goals for 2015:
1) Post on this blog at least once a month(it’s only 12 posts)!
2) Fix my torn up stomach and GI! I am currently on a path to balance my stomach and digestive tract. I will share my experiences of getting off stomach medications (the purple pill). I have been on stomach medications since the age of 15. I have found a supportive and educated functional medicine group to help me with this process.
3) Attend the Functional Range Conditioning(FRC) workshop in March and work on implementing this system with the Iron Body Studios community. http://www.functionalanatomyseminars.com/functional-range-conditioning/about-frc-seminars-certification#about
4) Become a Certified Precision Nutrition coach. This Certification is the gold standard in nutrition coaching for clients and athletes. PNC takes an evidence based approach to bring success with client nutrition. I would like to bring the nutritional side of this coaching to post-rehabilitation clients, help progress them toward a sustainable and pain free life in movement and strength. http://www.precisionnutrition.com
5) Learn and begin to implement an autism and special needs training program at Iron Body Studios. This includes first learning more about the population, second hosting a autism fitness workshop, and third implementing a training program for the population. I have had the privilege to connect with the leading professional in this area and looking forward to developing this professional relationship.
6) Share all my experiences as a person continuing to recover from back pain. It has been a little over 3 years and I am always working toward keeping myself moving and healthy. This is to provide inspiration to those looking for help. The number of individuals that suffer from back pain is significantly high and can be something that can destroy individuals physically and mentally. It is a condition that requires consistency and a systematic approach to overcome and regain movement and strength. Over the course of 2014 many people have asked me to share my testimonial on recovering from dysfunctional movement and back pain. I will do my best to share any and all knowledge gained from this journey!
Looking forward to a great 2015 and I hope you will follow the posts in Forging Fitness blog.