Recovering Right

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Time management is a huge deal. Realistically time is the only resource that we can’t make more of. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. 


Do you have that friend who always shows up early?


Or how about that person that is chronically late?


I feel like showing up early or showing up late is as divided amongst people as water on your toothbrush before or after you put toothpaste on it. 


Now, sure there are some people who want to show up late. They want to make an entrance. 


However I would bet to say that most people, even those that do show up late on a consistent basis, don’t actually want to show up late. 


So how do we fix this?


Well first, let’s go over WHY it’s important to be on time. 


We’ll use showing up to a class at Tradewinds as an example. 


If you’re late, what happens?


Well first you could disrupt class when you come in. Next you might miss the whiteboard briefing and not know what the workout is or how to best attack it. If you’re late enough you might even miss part or all of the warm up, and when you do that, it opens the window for injury, and no one wants that. 


But I get it, sometimes life happens. 


So how can we get better at being on time. 




Make sure you plan out your day and account for all the tasks you need to accomplish. 


Then stick to it! This might actually be the hardest part. 


Now of course things can get in the way. So give yourself a bit of cushing. Call it contingency time. Build in 5-10 extra minutes into everything you do, just in case something happens. This way you have a little spare time to use if you need to. Don’t need it, no worries, now you’ve got spare time and you won’t feel so rushed. 


At the end of the day, being on time has more benefits than not. So why not at least try?


Time ever slip away from you? Wish you could just have an hour to unwind and recharge? Come try out a class at Tradewinds, we promise you’ll leave feeling better than when you walked in. 

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Coach Andy is an Owner and Head Coach at Tradewinds. He grew up in traditional martial arts and uses that rigor and discipline in his high intensity strength training. The more technical the movement, the better, with his specialty being the olympic lifts, especially the snatch.