Over the last few months we have talked about many topics regarding health and fitness. However, moving forward I would like to address areas of question or concerns that our readers may have. I have also thought that we could do short video clips referencing different ways to use fitness and strength equipment, a variety of cardio equipment, and bodyweight training. The wonderful world of technology is at our fingertips. The topic of health and fitness is huge and very resourceful if we know where to look and ask the right questions, and I would like to hear from you.
As we move forward, one thing to remember is that there are many different ways to do something, even working out. I have had different physical therapists for the same/similar injuries and they were never exactly the same in their treatments. In these differences, I’m hoping we can keep a positive tone. I read many different blogs and posts on fitness and find myself concerned with how many people are negative about how another person may do a particular fitness move, the choices they make for nutrition, and so on. It goes to remind me of how easy it is to be negative, but how important it is to be positive in what that person is trying to accomplish. A positive attitude is what I am asking that we provide moving forward to help encourage others in working toward their fitness and nutrition goals and personal achievements.
I understand that some may have questions but may not want to comment publicly. Any questions that someone may like to ask can be emailed to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or post on DrydenWire's Facebook page. We can address questions and not reference the person asking the question. Let me hear from you and let me know how I can help you attain your goals!
About Matt Dryden: Matt has been offering personal training services in fitness and nutrition for over 12 years. He began his interest in Health and Fitness while working as a Correctional Officer and Police Chief when he realized that in this profession that those men and women should have the fitness level of being able to protect and serve the people he has sworn to do so. Matt went on to become a certified personal trainer and began educating and helping fellow officers in setting and working toward their goals in fitness.
Matt started his gym, The Body Shop Fitness Centers, in Shell Lake in 2007 and now offers locations in Shell Lake, Spooner, and Trego, Wisconsin. These locations offer a wide variety of fitness training opportunities unique to each location. To find out more, visit The Body Shop Fitness Center website or Facebook page.