It's be almost a year since I found out I had the thyroid issue known as Grave's Disease. At that time, I was overworked, stressed and getting ready to go completely out on my own as a coach for the first time.

I was tremoring, losing weight fast and weak as fuck. Being thin is alright. Being weak sucks. Tremors are terrifying. 

It's been a hell of a year full of struggles and intense happiness. 

The tremors are almost completely gone. As my eating habits got screwed along with my hormones, I am heavier than I have been in a while. My strength is making a solid comeback. 

I'm reclaiming control of my life, my nutrition and my training. Building better habits. 

I love training alone but it can be easy to blow it off. I'm well aware I can't blow more sessions off. I've reconnected with the joy of moving and testing myself. 

I set the kettlebells. Listen to the tragic glory of "Burn" by Sense Field. Stare at the picture of Henry Rollins on the wall and think about three things:

Who I was. Who I am. WHO I WANT TO BE.

I clean the bells and go to work. 

I'm forecasting.

Taking action steps to become who I want to be. 

Who do you want to be? Are you taking the steps to get there?

I'm here to help. 

Live long. Be strong. Die mighty!