Here’s where I’ll be next weekend in Providence for Perform Better.
915am – Steve Cotter. I loved the bits and pieces I saw when I was @ Peter Rouse’s seminar with Cotter, Mahler, Blackburn, et al, so that is where I’m leaning. I want to get more personal training ideas here.
1045am – Boyle over Al Vermeil. Something I lack is experience in shuffling great skills for a large group. I need this from Coach.
100pm – Lee Burton. There are never enough opportunities for me to listen and learn from the FM crowd that I aspire to be a part of.
230pm – Boyle Hands-On. Never a let down, and I think these circuits from FSC3 are things we can put in Monday.
400pm – Undecided between Berardi and Lee Burton. If I am really moved by Lee’s lecture, I will stick with the Hands-On. If it is stuff I think I already have, I will go with Berardi. The frame and tires are my expertise. I think I’m pretty good to okay with the engine. But when it comes to the fuel and fuel injector, I just need to listen to others.
800am – Todd Wright. After my time with him in the Fall, he also clearly has something I don’t have in teaching movement, and I will listen to him every chance I can. If not him, I would go to Brookfield and continue what Dr. Mike Martino has exposed with the ropes.
930am – Gray Cook. I want to be Gray Cook when I grow up. And some other people too, but @ 930am, I want to be Gray.
1100am – Todd Wright. Continuing with his lecture.
115pm – Gray Cook. The “same” Gray talk is never the same twice.
245pm – Eric Cressey. I hope to get what I need with just the lecture. His medball videos always intrigue me, and lead me to ask if we can be doing more with medballs.
800am – Thomas Myers. 100% Easiest decision all weekend. I’ve been wanting to see him speak for some time now.
930am – Thomas Myers. See above.
1100am – If we are still around, either Lee Taft or Aaron Brooks.
Undecided if I will consume alcohol on Friday, but quite prepared for Dewey to sneak me from behind.