Happy end of wild card weekend everyone, hopefully everyone didn't celebrate/drown their sorrows too heavily.
It's time for more recapping of the 1st year in operation. This one brings around quite a bit I'd say, not bad for when it's suppose to be "dead" time in the industry.
To say nothing of importance happened in May (Alec) is an untrue statement. I just simply don’t have anything in my notes or documented on the interwebs.
We said good luck to our friend David on June 8th as he ventured out to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. Training with the purpose of getting his surgically repaired knee stronger, he found that training also had him feeling better when he sat for those extended periods of throwing around chips and cards.
June 24th we took Strength Camp outside for some good old Vitamin D. I've always been a fan of getting a workout in outdoors. Obviously using a bar takes some work when the time calls for it, but it's always fun in the sun just the same.
On Independence day we introduced a special rate for first responders, it’s here for life and has since been extended to military personnel and teachers too. I feel these are a group that should be appreciated in any way we can, this is one way I can do it for all.
The studio got a nice face lift on July 11th. Not to say there was tons wrong with it before, but you know it suited our needs just a bit better with the new set up.
COREssentials was dropped on July 29th, of course many of you know it hit a bit of a technical snag, literally. I still see it as a significant date because there WAS plenty of interest, you know the computer just wasn't interested in telling us.
Hope you're continuing to enjoy the look back, come back tomorrow for August and September.
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Jarrod Dyke, CSCS