I’ve never had a public training log before. Mostly because what I do is for me to be stronger, feel better, or works towards a competition. To open myself up to comparison or criticism by making my journey public isn’t something I’ve wanted to do. Until now.
I’ve watched training logs closely on the NASGA Forum. Though I haven’t caught a ladies log, the men seem to be pretty respectful and at times, downright hilarious. People seem pretty honest and the administrators keep the trolling down considerably. So I started my log yesterday and away we go.
My goals are to honestly state my training and respectfully listen to any feedback given. But it makes me nervous. I’ve always equated public training logs for real athletes or attention whores and I haven’t seen myself as either. But so be it. If you promise to be nice, you can view it here.
Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.