以諾 Enoch 教練

This is my bio:

My name is Enoch (以諾). I was born and raised in California and came to Taiwan after I graduated from college to learn about the culture and travel around Asia. I fell in love with Taiwan and I’ve stayed much longer than I had originally planned. I grew up very active. I played many sports and spent a lot of time outdoors hiking the hills around my house and climbing trees. As I have gotten older, I have continued to try and learn new sports, games and ways of training. I am mostly self-taught and have learned through study, experience, and trial and error.

My mindset toward training and developing the body is, first and foremost, have fun. Training can be difficult, but you must learn to respect and enjoy the process. Second, try new things, and try to do what you can already do in a variety of ways. People enjoy comfort and familiarity. That’s how we form habits and that’s why we repeat movement patterns. Change the way you think, open your mind and body to the possibility of options. At first you will probably fail and struggle. Which leads me to my final point: remember that you will never be the fastest, strongest, biggest, best, etc. That’s not the goal. The goal is to become better than what you were and more aware of what you are.

自我介紹

This is my bio:

My name is Enoch (以諾). I was born and raised in California and came to Taiwan after I graduated from college to learn about the culture and travel around Asia. I fell in love with Taiwan and I’ve stayed much longer than I had originally planned. I grew up very active. I played many sports and spent a lot of time outdoors hiking the hills around my house and climbing trees. As I have gotten older, I have continued to try and learn new sports, games and ways of training. I am mostly self-taught and have learned through study, experience, and trial and error.

My mindset toward training and developing the body is, first and foremost, have fun. Training can be difficult, but you must learn to respect and enjoy the process. Second, try new things, and try to do what you can already do in a variety of ways. People enjoy comfort and familiarity. That’s how we form habits and that’s why we repeat movement patterns. Change the way you think, open your mind and body to the possibility of options. At first you will probably fail and struggle. Which leads me to my final point: remember that you will never be the fastest, strongest, biggest, best, etc. That’s not the goal. The goal is to become better than what you were and more aware of what you are.