Recognizing bad training

Posted on February 3, 2012. Filed under: Exercise, Misc | Tags: , , , , , , , |

I was having a discussion with a colleague whi made the best observation about bad training I’d heard in a long time:

 

Would you invest your money with a financial planner who didn’t have a plan or thought process?

Would you be happy hearing he would guide your financial future based on an ” investment of the day “Of course not! Yet people invest there physical resources in such ways?

 

Can you get a business or home loan loan without a plan or thought process?

  • Man: I would like to apply for a loan.
  • Wells Fargo : May we see your plan?
  • Man: sure check out my ” plan of the day!”
  • Wells Fargo:  Sir, please get the f*@# out of here before we call security”

 

The other offenders are those who base their workout on their clients feelings.  What do you feel like today legs?  Arms?

 

You would never want to hear from your financial planner so what do you feel like today stocks? Bonds?

 

When you hire a coach, you are paying for expertise.  And any one who acts otherwise is not a coach.  Is not a person of expertise, and is only going to leave your physical resources bankrupt.

Keep Fitness Groovy,

Coach W

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