Training Daily Vlog: In Pursuit of a Healthy and Discipined Lifestyle
I have a lot to say about health and fitness. Not everyone will listen. But if and when people are ready to start their pursuit of health, they can find my story here. I’m documenting my health journey in a vlog. Training Daily is my pursuit of a healthy and disciplined lifestyle. I have the education, the experience, and the desire to take exercise science to anyone who’s ready for the investment and subsequent reward. It will take hard work but it will be worth every ounce of effort.
Why a vlog? Maybe first I should define vlog. A vlog is simply a video log. My goal is to document what I do on a weekly basis — not everything, but the main story lines of exercise, nutrition, rest, and other aspects of a healthy lifestyle. I learned a long time ago that you can’t give away something you don’t have. I have my health and fitness but I’m constantly learning more, I’m always working on something new, and that journey is what I want to share. Our tools to communicate that journey are to the point where we can reach a lot of people with our message. And I’m fortunate enough to work in a field that is motivated by great stories, needs better coaches, and will thrive as the community gets healthier and stronger.
I’m a certified physical and health education teacher. I’m certified as a personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine. And I have decades of experience coaching people to improved health. What I am not is a film maker. But more and more I’m enjoying short and long-form video as a creative extension and expression of my passion for health.
By subscribing to Training Daily, you can expect to get an expert and authentic approach to exercise and fitness. This year I’m focusing on nutrition and strength training. This is not online personal training but rather a look over the shoulder of a trainer helping others and helping himself to the best versions possible.
Watch my pursuit and start your own by subscribing to Training Daily.
Originally published at Hans Schiefelbein.