I don’t know if I’m more excited about the video series, the fact that we’re inches away from the private beta launch, or that I can embed all the videos in one of Viddler’s “vidgets”. Check them out:
I spent a fair amount of time today migrating, connecting, and updating. Over the last month or so, I’ve been building out a wordpress front-end site for Trainerfly. My brother Sam has come through with some awesome illustration, including the logo and characters for the blog tutorials. We had a funny debate about the use of flies on the site and got pretty carried away at one point. It started to look like “
Check out this draft of a character I’m going to feature on the Trainerfly blog (my brother Sam is doing the design work):
This post is the second in a series I’m doing on the backstory of how I came to develop a web-based software application called Trainerfly. You can read more about it here. For about a year after I decided I need a way to manage all my clients’ programs, and share information with them privately, I wrestled with finding the right software. I tried private blogs, but at that time it was tons of work to partition information for each client.
I’m sure I’m not alone here. Teachers in all disciples, if they need their students to practice to learn what they are teaching, will relate. I don’t know if â€œmovement educatorsâ€ have it worse because people tend to think of all movement as â€œworking outâ€ – something you go and do, not an art you have to practice. In fact, one of my favorite concepts when you are talking about getting really good at something is called â€œdeliberate practiceâ€.