I'm David Eriksson, and I have an obsession for movement.
I currently live in Sweden, but I'd rather say I'm a citizen of the world. I do not like compartmentalization. Swedish, British, American..? We're all human beings living on the planet Tellus, no? We so often forget we are all human first, why this need to seperate everything?
I never understood why people have this need to label everything... "I'm a vegan", "I'm a Crossfitter" or "I'm a democrat".. It gets even worse when we begin defining ourself in opposition to others. We are all one, we are all way more similar than different.
My mission is to improve myself, to become the best ME I can. The tools I utilize to accomplish this is irrelevant; I will use whatever works.
This is why I love movement; I'm not limited to one thing. It's pragmatic, I can pick & choose what I enjoy & benefit from without ever having to define myself as anything other than a human being.
This mindset creates an immense curiosity for exploration. I want to learn & grow, and I'm constantly searching for the best tools to do so.
I also love teaching. I've always loved teaching. However, I've never been as passionated about a subject as I am about movement & training. The combination of my love for teaching and my obsession for movement makes me a great teacher.
I hate empty words. If you say you're gonna do something, I fully expect that you are gonna do it. I have to much respect for you, and myself, to make empty promises. I practice what I preach, and I do not make empty promises. Everything I write & say comes from my heart, it's something I'm fully prepared to back up with actions.
Of course, all of these words are meaningless without action. Saying I will back up my words is not enough. That's why I will stop writing now and go practice what I preach.