A Post-Normal lifestyle is a rejection of all the unhealthy, mass-produced, counter-productive, and outright dangerous practices in society today. From training for your first endurance race, to improve your fitness skills, to optimizing your wellness, we help build a better you. We have developed a methodical, measurable, reproducible, & skills-based approach to achieving fitness goals and an overall better quality of life.
Provide a supportive, non-judgmental learning experience, to help identify barriers, assist with strategies and goal setting, monitor progress, and provide positive feedback to guide members toward a better quality of life by reducing risks and achieving and maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.
We will create a community of knowledgeable, self-enabled individuals who are thriving, challenging themselves, or actively achieving even their most aggressive goals through productive, healthy lifestyles and effective, focused training practices.
CORE VALUES & BELIEFS
These CV&Bs are a guide to our daily actions at Post-Normal. We believe this is key to our ambition of being a different, and better, kind of company. The CV&Bs were originally created by Charles Brewer and enacted at Mindspring. We’ve modified them ever-so-slightly to suit our unique goals here at Post-Normal. If we are not living up to them, let us know!
- We respect the individual, and believe that individuals who are treated with respect and given responsibility respond by giving their best.
- We require complete honesty and integrity in everything we do.
- We make commitments with care, and then live up to them. In all things, we do what we say we are going to do.
- Being healthy and active is an important part of life, and it should be fun. Being healthy and active does not mean being stuffy and boring.
- We are frugal. We guard and conserve everyone’s resources with at least the same vigilance that we would use to guard and conserve our own personal resources.
- We insist on giving our best effort in everything we undertake. Furthermore, we see a huge difference between “good mistakes” (best effort, bad result) and “bad mistakes” (sloppiness or lack of effort).
- Clarity in understanding our mission, our goals, and what we expect from each other is critical to our success.
- We are believers in the Golden Rule. In all our dealings we will strive to be friendly and courteous, as well as fair and compassionate.
- We feel a sense of urgency on any matters related to our clients and athletes. We own problems and we are always responsive. We are client and athlete driven.