I admit it: I’m a bit of a tech geek. I like understanding what is going on with things, how things work and why they work. I realize that I could get in shape simply by getting off my ass and exercising (and possibly limiting my beer intake to less than a keg a week). But that isn’t enough for me. I need to know that I’m making progress – and how much.
So, I have a variety of tools that I use in pursuit of my fitness goals. I am quite particular about the gear I use and I’m ridiculously regimented when it comes to tracking my progress. Some of you may just be starting this journey yourself and so I’ve compiled a list of items I use daily in my P90X / INSANITY workouts, including shoes, nutritional items, and methods for recording my statistics (note: I do not get compensated for any of these links. These are just informational and hopefully useful for you, so click without worry that you’re making me rich… I wish.):
Reebok Zigtech Trainers (great price on a great pair of shoes that can handle the lateral rigors of INSANITY) Nike Alvord 9 (super low price on a nice, lightweight pair of shoes that have been great for everything I have thrown at them)
Bare Feet (Kempo X, X Stretch, Yoga X, etc.)
I own and operate Bridgetown Films (production company) and The Render Crüe (post facility) in the Portland, Oregon area.
I was a founding partner of Anthem Film Works, which would later be abbreviated as simply Anthem Films. While at Anthem Films, I directed several projects, including two episodes of a sitcom pilot, several music videos, and numerous short films.
When the Anthem Films name was sold, I created Bridgetown Films.
I use this blog to discuss various filmmaking topics, such as cameras, editing software, visual effects techniques, etc.