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 Treat Saturday Like a Tuesday was founded in 2019 and continues to inspire people all around the world to strive for greatness. When striving for greatness, you must be willing to follow certain steps and have the discipline to sacrifice the enjoyment that comes with instant gratification. There will be a small percentage of people who understand that success will be mundane throughout the process, but it is always worth it. As you begin your journey with TSLAT, you will join a community that embodies the slogan “Brick by Brick”.

“Brick by Brick” is the slogan that we utilize at TSLAT to remind everyone that anything we are trying to achieve in life must be completed one task at a time. The big picture that we all envision for our dreams can’t be completed without the simple but effective tasks that will eventually get us to where we want to be. This method is applicable to any field or industry that you choose to participate in because the equation for success never changes.

This is where TSLAT can impact lives in a positive way by reminding you to “Treat Saturday Like a Tuesday”. We want to encourage everyone to continue to work towards their goals regardless of the obstacles that they will face. Therefore, we focus on challenging individuals to fight the urge of accepting an average work ethic and in some ways, and average life.  The more time that is invested into your craft will innately develop into more opportunity for success. TSLAT uses physical and mental training as the vehicle to drive individuals to better themselves on days that they normally wouldn’t. However, the brand is not solely focused on fitness because there are a million different ways you can Treat Saturday Like a Tuesday and make it fit your lifestyle. We challenge you to utilize Saturday as a day to study for a test, read a book, learn more about your craft, or even opt out of staying out too late to get some much-needed rest. These little wins will not go unnoticed as you get closer to reaching your goals.

We challenge you to Treat Saturday Like a Tuesday!

Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Travis Wallace and I am currently the Men’s Basketball Strength Coach at the University of South Florida. I have been extremely fortunate to coach and mentor student-athletes over the past 6 years. In 2015, I spent two years as a basketball strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Virginia Commonwealth University. Following my stint at VCU, I was very blessed to be selected as a sports performance intern at the University of Central Florida. During my time at UCF, I had the opportunity to work with every sport besides football. This internship allowed me to gain confidence in my ability to train different sports besides basketball. After the UCF internship, I became the Personal Strength Coach for NBA Champion, Kyle Lowry. A year later, I returned to the collegiate level to leave an everlasting impact on young adults at Florida Gulf Coast University. When you travel and train with an NBA All-Star for an entire season, you gain knowledge of what it takes to maintain success. You begin to understand how important the extra hours are when nobody’s watching.

I am a former Division 1 basketball player at the University of North Florida, whom fell in love with the hard work and commitment that it takes to renovate the human body by testing its limits. Throughout my post athletic career, I’ve been extremely fortunate to have witnessed success in my field of work. However, I decided to share a secret with the world that I know has helped me and millions of people when referring to striving for goals. Throughout my two years as a Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant at VCU, I spent the majority of my time in the weight room coaching athletes or lifting weights. If I wasn’t in the gym, I was in the library studying for my certification to become a Head Strength Coach or writing introduction letters to coaches around the country. The hours that I would spend “working on my craft” eventually paid off and laid a path for my success.

The mentality of putting extra hours in regardless of what I was trying to do became something that I realized was extremely useful and necessary. There are so many people in this world that have the same dreams as you. So, the question is, what will you do to separate yourself. Everyone is working Monday through Friday due to the normal hours of work. However, what are you willing to sacrifice on the days that everyone else may feel the need to relax. If you are truly ready to invest in yourself, adopt the “Treat Saturday Like A Tuesday” mentality.

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