My Goals as a Strength Coach for 2013

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Happy New Year Everyone!

Hope you all had a great holiday season! 

I decided to take a small break from the blog posts so I could catch up on a few things (sleep, reading, festivus..just to name a few).  I am now back at it and am ready to take 2013 by the horns (ala White Goodman)

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Now that 2013 is in full swing and we are all still alive (Sorry Mayans), I would like to use this post to express my goals for the year.  Each year I set a few goals for myself as everyone should.  It keeps you motivated to better yourself as a person and a professional!

In no particular order:

– I would like to get my Deadlift to at least 550 lbs (currently sitting at around 515 lbs, and My ultimate goal would be to hit 600 lbs in 2014).

– Get my Squat back up to the 465-485 lb range, but over 500 would be even better (if my knee allows me to do it).

– Bench Press 330 (My bench sucks, I don’t spend a lot of time on it, but for the amount of time I actually put it into my programs makes my current 305 max not seem so bad).

– Educate myself:  I want to attend at least 5 Seminars this year and really continue to learn more and more.

– I would like the opportunity to speak at a seminar as well.  I feel at this point in my career I have enough knowledge and experience to be able to spread it to like minded individuals. (this is my stretch goal, a goal that I really have to work hard for to make possible).

– Get a few new certifications so that I can continue to add more and more letters to the end of my name.

That’s all I have so far, I might edit this list as the year goes on.  

What are some of your goals for 2013? I would love to hear them!

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