Tuesday, September 27, 2011

I'm listening. . .


When I train a client I get so focused on the individual that it's as if everything else recedes into the background. I'm listening, watching and giving her my undivided attention. But when I blog I kind of feel like I'm talking into a big black hole. Well a big black hole with my friend Gayle and mom swirling around in it.

So, unless you're a honey badger and just don't give a shit, I could really use your input. You know, comments, shared interests, feedback, requests, suggestions etc. Want more fitness tips? Meal ideas? Outdoor exercise ideas? (and please tell me I can I just give you photo tutorials instead of videos, or else I'll never get them done!) Craft a New Body projects? Other requests?

Thanks for the feedback, everyone!

5 comments:

Black Hole Blogger Too said...

It's my experience as a blogger that lots of people read, but very few comment at most blogs. The internet is a wonderful invention Thank you, Al Gore! ;-) However, a large percentage of people who comment on blogs either want to show off or bitch, or both. There are so many people who love the anonymity of posting sarcastic remarks on internet sites, take some comfort that at your site people show respect.

I know how you feel about the Black Hole, but never fear, people are reading.

trainer, crafter, kristin said...

Thanks Black Hole Blogger! I guess I was posting today for people's input so I could be more focused. Fitness, crafting, and living true to your values is kind of a wide spectrum. ;-) You made me think of things in a different light. Cheers!

~Christa~ said...

I'm reading!!! Thank you for your inspiring posts. Whether it is a new recipe you have conjured up or an opinion on the latest exercise fad...I'm grateful.

Joan said...

I'm reading too Kristin! (Loved the honey badger link.) I appreciate how you always have links to where you read about stuff, enjoy the recipes. Have any good ergonomic info for best ways to sit and type on a computer? I already sit on an exercise ball but am trying to get those pesky tense shoulders to relax while typing term papers...

trainer, crafter, kristin said...

thanks to you both, Christa and Joan. I wish I had the answer to the relaxed shoulder thing too, Joan. All I can think of is doing pilates exercises frequently that help us both improve our shoulder stabilizing muscles.

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