TRX Travel – New Jersey!

So this weekend, I’ll be teaching the TRX Group Course certification in New Jersey. Woot woot!
A couple photos from my course in Texas last month…

Added Bonus: My buddy and fellow Fitness Instructor Extraordinaire*, Marcus Jackson, lives in NJ so we’re going to connect today, grab some lunch, visit the local Lululemon, and catch up… before I have to drive to Bayville.

If you live in New York City and belong to a gym, chances are, Marcus teaches a class there. He teaches 35 classes at a million different gyms EVERY WEEK in NYC. He’s fantastic! Check out your group schedule and look for him!
Enjoy your weekend!
*that’s what I call myself. so what?
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See EVERYTHING in one day.

Boston, MA and Newark, NJ

When I teach the TRX certifications in different cities it’s a whirlwind. I fly in, go to sleep, teach the next day, then fly out that night. Yes, I get to go to a lot of cool cities, but a few hours here and there leaves me without a lot of time for seein’ the sights. BUT on my next two trips, I’m flying in a bit early so I have an ENTIRE day to see stuff. What do I SEE though?!

Today, I’m enlisting the help of you, readers. If you’ve ever been to/lived in Newark/Bayville, New Jersey, let me know what I could do there.
AND if you’ve ever been to/lived in Boston/Beverly Massachusetts, let me know what I HAVE to see here. There are obviously 1,001 things that I know of to do in Boston, but I’ve never been, and only have 1 day of roaming before I have to skirt out.
Now, I can totally go online and google everything that I need, but I want to hear some first-hand knowledge from you. Your job is to make my stay enjoyable and worthwhile (see how I just gave you a job? And you were trying to sit back, relax, and be entertained by reading blogs). So think of things to do and then tell them to me! Impress me with your worldly experiences! Go! I’ll be here waiting…
All joking aside, I’d appreciate it. Thanks buddies, in advance! ; )
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