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Hello From Colorado

posted on August 17, 2021

Hey all our friends of UF. I am typing this while sipping my coffee and enjoying the lack of humidity that  Colorado Springs offers. I am doing minimal work during my trip out west. One thing I did want to do is type this blog. We have been dealing a lot with mental health and life help recently, as the last year and a half has reminded me to take care of your mental and physical health.


Tips for traveling and training.


  1. Take some time off! Enjoy your trip. Don”t fret over one or two missed training sessions.
  2. Plan your training so your trip is time for a deload or recovery time.
  3. If you must train set rules around your training. I set a clock when I enter the gym and whatever I can finish in 45 minutes gets done. The rest I don’t worry about.
  4. Use nature! Do something different and allow your body to move differently. You could hike, climb, bike, or even do an extreme sport such as zip lining.
  5. Enjoy your meals. You are on a vacation, be sure to enjoy it and don’t sweat each and every meal.
  6. GET SOME REST! The idea of a vacation is rest and recovery, as well as learning new things about the world. So when you return you should be re-inspired to train harder, push harder, and enjoy your training more.


As for me I have a few plans while here. One I am renting a bike that I would never purchase (it cost more than my car). I plan on riding two of the most famous trails in Colorado Springs and doing some fun hiking (2,000 vertical foot down hill trails).


Thanks for reading this and I hope this helps you a little on your next trip. Until then, call Curtis when things in the gym break cause I won’t have cell service :-).


Stay Human.




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