Written on March 20, 2007 at 11:28 am, by Eric Cressey
As many of you know, I’m headed out to the UK on Thursday to speak at three seminars in six days – and see some of the sights and work with some great athletes while I’m out there. With that said, it goes without saying that the beginning of this week is pretty busy. I’m working out the plan for my in-person athletes and clients, online consulting clients, and making sure all the pieces are in place for my online stuff to run smoothly in my absence. So, as you can imagine, I am very busy and very focused right now. That is, I was focused until I saw a sign last night that nearly made me drive off the road:
Here’s an oxymoron that ranks right up there with Jumbo Shrimp and Deafening Silence.
I’ll give a gold star to anyone who can tell me how an activity where you stay in one place for an hour, move slowly and rhythmically, and try to relax can possibly be powerful.
Call me a physics geek – or just a cynical bastard – but I’m not buying it either way.
(For those who missed it, check out Yoga This and Pilates That