I've decided to make a few changes to TrueFitnessLeadership.com. If you visit frequently, you probably already noticed the design change. If this is your first visit, you'll have to trust me that the design of the site was much different a few hours ago.
Are these changes for the best? I think so, but you be the judge. I had huge intentions to load this site with research articles, exercise videos, training logs, nutrition tips, sport performance programs, etc. etc., but I'll be the first one to tell you, running a website on your own (while in the meantime teaching undergraduate courses, training clients, training teams, and staying current with research) is difficult!
What are my plans for the site? Reaching out via my blog. By focusing on just blogging, I will be able to share recent research, go in greater depth on controversial topics, and maybe put together some entertaining posts irrelevant to the fitness world occasionally too.
But Trent, aren't you selling yourself short? You set a goal, and are now giving up on it?
I started this site from scratch. My knowledge of website design was ZERO. I underestimated the time commitment of running a site filled with articles, videos, research reviews, and more. I'm just being realistic.
Plus, I plan on writing a book soon. Duh.
Before you complain about there no longer being exercise videos, etc., remember that all that stuff was free. You can't complain about stuff that was free.
If you don't like the new design of the site, don't come back. I will continue to work towards my goal of being a clinician/fitness professional/coach, and share current research/ideas/articles via my blog along the way regardless.
Anyways, that's all I have for the topic of "change." I felt it was necessary to provide some explanation for why the design and content change. There you have it. If there were 40 hours in a day, I would gladly run a site full of content. But there are only 24.
I appreciate you visiting my site and reading my blog. Come back soon.
Make it happen.
-The next step in my career and why
-New perspective on nutrition (and why fasting is a good thing)
-Pictures of my students/clients and their journey to success