John had some very kind things to say about the DVDs and me.
Review of Core Stability for the Rehab Client DVD
“Rick Kaselj is a great exercise physiologist from Canada and a great presenter.
His 3-disc DVD set Core Stability for the Rehab Client is a fantastic resource for trainers that work with anyone demonstrating postural deficiencies and post rehabilitative status.”
Where I Blog
I try to take some time out of the week to blog. And I prefer to find a coffee shop where I can sit and type. I had to go to Blaine, Washington, and I found a great coffee shop that was an old train caboose.
The weather was excellent, and I sat outside and typed out a few blog posts for you. My computer battery died after 1 hour, so I had to leave, but I had an excellent time writing.
Here is a picture of me a few steps from the coffee shop:
Amazing Scapular Stabilization Exercise Program – Testimonial
It is fantastic to get these testimonials. It is tough to quantify the amount of time and energy one puts into a book, but it is all worth it when you hear your books have helped them and their clients.
I’m not a kinesiology student, but I am a BCRPA personal trainer and have more recently been working with clients on rehabilitating their shoulder, back, hip, and knee injuries.
The Scapular Stabilization Exercise Program has been great because I was already coming up with scapular stabilization exercises on my own and to come across your program has made my life much easier.
The client handouts have been wonderful, and my client’s doctor has had a ton of great things to say about her progress and how my (your) methods have been very effective!
I’m looking forward to getting into your Corrective Exercise for Injury-free Running webinar next, thanks!!!
BCRPA Personal Trainer and Bootcamp Instructor
If you have attended any of my courses, purchased a webinar, or read my book, please let me know what you think. Yes, all of the good and bad. I always seek feedback and work hard to improve my courses, webinars, books, and manuals. I can only do that with your help.
I get a chuckle when this comes up.
I think I have heard three fitness educators talk about it.
They say, “Look in the mirror; if you are fat, maybe you should not be a personal trainer.”
I got to say; I am not the skinniest guy in the world. When you hire someone, especially a personal trainer, you need to hire a specialist or someone you want to become.
For example, I have a specialty in injuries, people come to me for their injuries, and I help them. They don’t come to me for fat loss or are training with me so they can look like me. They come to me for my specialty.
What I am saying is to make sure your specialty matches what you see in the mirror.
Enough about the fat trainer.
I think that is it. Have a great day.