It's been a crazy year so far, and never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined we'd be here in quarantine! First and foremost, I hope you and your families are staying healthy and well! Ideally, you're still able to get out for some fresh air from time to time.
Walking or running (at an appropriate social distance from others) is still something we can all do. As the weather warms up, and we see more sunlight and warmer weather! Getting in that activity and fresh air can be a vital part in helping keep our immune systems boosted!
While stuck here with more indoor time than usual, I've also had a chance to sit back and reflect over the first quarter of the year. I've been working hard to help my clients achieve their health, fitness, and race goals. In the process, I realized I achieved some personal goals of my own.
In January, I was stoked to learn that I was promoted form a Senior ChiRunning Instructor to a Certifying Master ChiRunning Instructor. It's the highest level of certification through ChiRunning, and means I'm now able to help other future instructors start their journey! ChiRunning also included me on their blog as the March Instructor of the Month! Check out the link below to read about my own running journey and what keeps me motivated!
Now, I'm not putting this out there to brag. In fact, I'm humbled by the recognition and honestly, it's only a reflection of the great instructors and teachers I've had in my life. What I am putting this out there for, it to say even though things seem crazy right now, and 2020 might not feel like it's off to a great start, I bet you've had some big wins already too!
Let's celebrate those wins togeather. Shoot me a note, leave a comment in this blog, or hit me up on social media! What were your wins? What achievements in fate first quarter of this year can we celebrate togeather?
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!
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Ken Presutti is a certified ChiRunning instructor, ACE Personal trainer, Spinning instructor, and coach. This blog is a mix of new articles and posts from his original blog, Overkill is Underrated.