TRAINER JOES BLOG
From personal events in my life and reflecting on the events of September 11th. I am forced to reflect on how fragile our lives really are. We are not promised a tomorrow, we must make the absolute most of each and every day.
But ...We mustn't forget to cherish and show love to our loved ones along the way. After all, they are not promised a tomorrow either.
Three thousand people never came home from work on 9/11 and millions of lives would never be the same because of it. Be grateful that you have a breath to take and a life full of possibilities to enjoy. Be thankful for every moment and take nothing for granted, especially people.
All we can do is turn our negatives into positives, no matter how mountainous a task that may be. It is all we can do when faced with sudden life changes.
I vividly recall being a NYC native at the time of 9/11 and I was able to witness the unity that fell over the city after the towers fell. This is much in the same way that I watched my family unite to help each other cope with the loss of a loved one over this last weekend. When it counts people are at their best, if we could only bring that to our day lives all the time we would really be getting somewhere.
Which brings to my closing point, do not wait until a tragedy strikes to unite in love and support. Each and everyday, there is an opportunity to uplift each other. It is in the moments that need us the most, we must bring our best. Imagine how much better we could serve each other if being our best was the absolute norm.
Joseph Anthony Amoroso (Trainer Joe)
Dedicated to Rishi,
We will always Love you, beautiful soul.
TRAINER JOES BLOG
Trainer Joe is a 21 year experienced fitness and mindset expert. Joe has been considered top of his field in the fitness industry because of his amazing resume and extensive knowledge of how the human body responds to exercise stimulation. A ground breaking speaker and author in the genre of self help, Joe can appeal to the logical, emotional, or scientific aspects of any mind, regardless of the persons ability level.