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Skyler Tanner, the youngest Superslow™ certified instructor in history, has been a personal trainer for over a decade. Currently a general manager at Efficient Exercise (Austin Texas), Skyler is working toward a graduate degree in Exercise Science with the intent of obtaining a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification from the American College of Sports Medicine.
Having effectively experimented with a wide range of training modalities, Skyler is a strong proponent of safe, effective, efficient, and intense exercise as espoused by trainers and authors such as Doug McGuff M.D., Drew Baye, and Bill DeSimone.
In this presentation Skyler shares his thoughts on training expectations over a life time, advocates long range thinking in your training efforts, and encourages the audience to view training as something that (can and should) positively affect the entirety of your life.
P.S. On a personal note, this is a really good speech, in large part, a video version of Skyler’s famous post.
I however had to miss 99% of it in person as I tried my damndest to quiet down the group next door, which should not have been there in the first place. While the audio came out fine, I thought it would be damaged via the noise and was ultra, ultra, ultra pissed about it. Boy I hadn’t been that mad in a while. Lesson learned for all: read every single letter of every single contract (to be) signed, then read it again, then have a lawyer look it over. Be especially cautious with hotels, no matter your history or relationship with that hotel.
PPS Skyler will be back at T21C 2012 of Austin Texas!