To this end, I’m also working on another website. It’s called Silverback Physical Culture, and although nothing is really up there yet, there will be training programs for sale, but they won’t be too prescriptive. You will be required to bring your own awareness and sensitivity to the information presented, and you’ll be in charge of structuring your own training. I will provide appropriate techniques and methods for athletic progression, and in this way, for those of you who are interested, I endeavour to help you develop your athletic capacity as well as your physical confidence and mind-body awareness, on your terms. You’ll be reminded that you’re in charge of exactly how little or how much, how gently or how hard you train. And in this process, we learn about ourselves. It’s about awareness and curiosity and progression, not obedience.
Back to the t-shirt designs: there are currently six. Two are Silverback-themed, one simply says Move and be Free, two others are of a kung-fu-Chinese-calligraphy theme, and the last features a picture of Yang Chengfu, one of the old masters of Tai Chi.
And while I have your attention, and for the record, I appreciate your continued reading of my things very much. This whole blogging thing has been a very valuable process. Thank you for being a part of it.