I Used to Want a 6pack Now I Want to Change the World
– My Interview w Galo Of TMP
Today I had the change to talk to Galo whom I met at the WDS festival in portland. We talked about handstands, making moves, and how he went from wanting 6pack abs to wanting to change the world.
I hope you enjoy what he had to say as much as I did.
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- On your site you talk alot about how to make moves. Can you tell us a little bit about what making moves means to you and why you think people should start making moves in their lives.
- You recently attended WDS in portland oregon. What lessons did you learn that you found most valuable.
What how do you think they will help you help others get more active.
- You mentioned in one of your emails to me about toying with the idea of mediation and about how you think of exercise as a moving meditation. What helps you look at exercise in that way and how do you think people can learn to blend mindfulness and exercise together.
- How do people transform their lives in a lasting way? What are the main factors that contribute to the transformation and how can people generate and improve those factors?
Galo is a crossfit coach at Crossfit Hoboken. He left his job in life insurance 2 months ago to become a wellness coach and movement advocate. His site themovementproject.net helps people escape the confines of normal fitness. He strives to help people move well and live well every day of their lives.
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2 thoughts on “I Used to Want a 6pack, Now I Want to Change the World – My Interview w Galo of TMP”
you guys nailed it with this video. Especially, the part about exercise and health in long term. It’s really an investment into ourselves. Toku I think people who neglect their body, can only go to certain point in their life, then they stop or get stopped by health issues, to take care of what they’ve been neglecting. It’s a commitment, to take care of health, the kind we should put before anything else. I’ve been giving a lot thought about who we surround ourselves, is so important. It’s hard though to let go of people. Thanks for this. Keep up the great work Toku.
Kristi, thanks a lot for watching the interview. I fully agree with you. It’s so hard to keep a long term vision these days. What with all the instant gratification marketers and business are feeding us. It should be about taking control of your life, body and health. Finding positive genuine people will only catapult you to where you want to be.
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