First, quick housekeeping:As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve been pouring time into writing and editing my book. With everything else that goes on with getting a book out, it’s been overwhelming. Much more work than I anticipated. That combined with coaching people full time and enter the stealth mode with my blog posts as of late. Continue reading →
There are few major, but easy to fix, training mistakes that strike a tuneless chord in my cerebral cortex. If you feel like your training and progress feels like driving a rusty, Moses-era-Swedish-Saab, held together by duct tape and chewing gum, the handbrake permanently on, running on prayers and borrowed time, try doing (or, stop doing) these.Continue reading →
The world is plagued with the mindset of more. Work longer hours and sacrifice sleep so you can make more money to buy a bigger house. Buy more stuff to fill up the empty space. Owning more shit doesn’t mean that you are doing better in life. It just means that you own more shit.
We have the same more is better mindset with exercise too. But more is not better, better is better. If exercising hurts, or if you are sick and run down, it’s your body telling you to either stop or to slow down. It’s a safety mechanism to protect the body. It’s not a weakness leaving the body, or no pain no gain. It’s the warning light is on, slow the fuck down because your wheels are coming off.Continue reading →
Most of my clients are Chads and Selmas who want to move, feel and look better. Folks who have jobs and run businesses that keeps them busy and limits how much time they have for exercise and movement each week. To say that most of them are training for the sport of life wouldn’t be too far out of line. Continue reading →
Often people don’t get anywhere with their fitness goals due poor (or non-existent) training planning. Or worse, people keep going through cycles of getting injured. Hey, I know how it’s like. I used to be one of those people. Continue reading →