Last weekend I attended the Fitness Summit in north Kansas City. The Fitness Summit was a 2 day conference where I got to learn from and hang out with some of the biggest names in this industry, including: Bret Contreras, Nick Tumminello, Tony Gentilcore, Dave Dellanave, Jen Sinkler, Mark Fisher, Bryan Krahn, Alan Aragon, and Dean Somerset. It was a great experience to say the least.
This weekend I went to the Midwest Sports Performance Conference hosted by the staff at the University of Kansas. Again, I got the opportunity to listen to some of the best coaches in the industry. The lineup from this conference included: Loren Landow, Bryan Mann, Dr. Andrew Fry, Dr. Phil Wagner, and Cal Dietz.
The last two weekends I've been exposed to a crazy amount of new ideas and techniques that I can't wait to implement into my own training philosophy.
Due to some amazing people I have raised over 60% of the support needed for me to go on this trip. The generosity of these people absolutely blows me away. Even with all this support I still need to raise a little over $1,000 dollars.
I'm asking you, guest of AustinWomack.com, if you would prayerfully consider giving $75, $100, $250 or some other amount to help meet this need. You will be helping reach people for Christ throughout the country of Spain as we teach and share His love. Your financial support can be given online at www.give.cru.org by entering my tracking number 0872319 in the "Give a Gift" box.
If God does not call you to support my ministry in Spain, that's ok, I just ask that you be generous in some other areas of your life. Remember, God calls us to give cheerfully, and that can be accomplished in many, many ways! "Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver" (1 Corinthians 9:7).
I can't wait to tell all y'all about my trip once I return back to the states. I know God is going to do some amazing things for sure! In the meantime if you could keep me and the rest of my Spain team in your prayers I'd appreciate it greatly.