Friday, February 19, 2016

Leave without pay

So where has Pierini Fitness been these days?

That's a fair question and one deserving of an answer.

Well he caught this flu thing, at least he thinks.  There were a couple bad days but afterwards, there were many days of a lingering cough that just wouldn't go away.

And this episode wrecked havoc on my 2016 burpee challenge proving once again that life is full of surprises and one must be flexible and adapt for best results and the least frustration.

I missed 19 days of fitness training but am now slowly jumping back on my training saddle.

Giddyup!

One of my famous sayings is how I'm only as good as my last workout.  This whole 19-day downtime experience has given me new anecdotal evidence of how true is this statement.

But I'll be back; been there and done it before and know the drill.  Patience and persistence is required.

So yes now I'm back on the saddle but this is the time of the year when I'm extremely busy with my work.  And there are some other "irons in my fire" that are keeping me very occupied so that my Monday through Friday blogflection production will take a necessary and big time out.

It's not what I want but it's what it'll be.

This time out will allow me to focus on accomplishing some big stuff going on in my life right now. 

How long before I'm back to the way I want it to be?  Let's say by the end of May and, God willing, perhaps sooner.

Yes Pierini Fitness sports fan, this chief executive blogger is taking leave without pay.

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just figured it was tax season, and you were spending your time helping people figure out how to keep their own earned income from the new and revised Holy Roman Empire of Washington D.C. as They attempt to take "Their money" from "Their" servants, the "servants" whom used to be protected by: towns, cities, counties and States from an ever controlling Centralized Federal Government.

Anonymous said...

Hey My P,Since you arent on the AMM Forum anymore and I can't P.M you any chance of a review/opinion on Rod Kuratomi's book ? realise you feel that part of your training is no longer you,but it has a few points on adapting to age etc etc and it's always good to hear your views.All the best.No need to publish this and if I never see a piece on the blog I'll take that as a answer.Look after yourself.

pierini said...

I have the highest regards for Rod Kurotomi as a martial artist. Wasn't aware that he had written a book but I'll do a search for it and see what I can learn. Thanks for sharing. You're always able to drop me a line at pierinifitness@gmail.com.

Thanks for your visit and have a great day.