Today, it’s becoming increasingly trendy to throw around the term “living a balanced lifestyle” without actually defining it properly. It shouldn’t imply an incessant glorification of “YOLO” where you one moment are rushing through a Crossfit-WOD so intense that you’re bleeding out of your ears, and in the next you’re throwing up brownies and tequila after being smashed out of your mind all weekend.
I know I haven’t been updating this blog much, so I apologize for that. I have been focusing mainly on the Norwegian market, so you might be able to read some of my more recent stuff by going to my Norwegian site (borgefagerli.no) and using Google Translate. Some funny translations there, so you’re in for a treat 🙂
To make up for it, I have compiled a list of some podcasts in English – I will post more of them as soon as they are published:
This has been on my mind for a while and it is time to get it off my chest.
In previous years I would coach maybe 1-3 competitors at a time for fitness/bodybuilding competitions. Placings would be anywhere from 1st to 4th. Pretty good, I think – but in people’s minds this is what happened: When they won, the competitor got all the credit – when they lost, it was because I was a lousy coach. Just one of those paradoxes I have accepted and come to terms with over the years. On top of that I have competed myself (bodybuilding) and never done well, and “how can someone who can’t bring himself into top condition be a good coach for others”? Some outstanding logical reasoning skills being displayed in that sentence, but I digress.
I might be rambling a bit in todays post, but instead of my usual 10-page article blog posts I had something I wanted to get off my chest today, so I’m going to keep it short. Relatively speaking, for those who know me…