Skip the easy route, enjoy the view at the top

After working in a gym for so long, I’ve seen so many people that signed up and paid their fees only to be a “no show” three months later. They didn’t stay motivated because their goals were not life changers. However, when your goals are big and your passion is present, actionable steps start to form. Too many people settle for the easy route and never get to see the view from the top.

Wait..why do I want to be athletic again?

Athletic again programming asks you to run, jump, hop, squat, and push/press, and pull stuff. That, in essence, is every way in which you can express the qualities listed earlier. That is how you will get your athleticism back. Move heavy stuff quickly and do all the things that encompasses an athlete on a daily basis. I want you to focus on getting back the things your body forgot it could do. It takes soreness and a little gritting of the teeth, but it will give you far more benefits than without it. Put meaning behind your effort and the results will be there.

Don’t be that guy at the gym: Avoiding severe bro-ness like the plague as you venture back into the gym

We’ve all seen them.

We’ve probably hesitated to go to the gym to avoid the specific times they go.

I’m talking “bros”. And without proper advice, you could find yourself in the middle of a full swarm of them. 

Here are four tips to avoid being the bro, bro.

Locked and loaded: A recipe for injury

I love getting time off to spend time with family and enjoy the holidays. The time away from the gym and the computer gives me better perspective to approach what I do. One thing that stuck in my head as I was thinking about how much I enjoyed the holidays was the phrase, “locked andContinue reading “Locked and loaded: A recipe for injury”

Training your body as a system rather than components

For the past 6 years, I have spent hours and hours each day reading research, writing papers for professors, and watching athletes work towards their goal of improving performance. I’ve learned from some wonderful people and read books by people much smarter than myself. But with the amount of work I have devoted to theContinue reading “Training your body as a system rather than components”

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