I’ve always been taught that if you aren’t actively taking steps to further your education, you are probably going in the other direction. Information has never been so readily available to the masses. This allows others in your industry to have access to education that will help them climb over you in position. Since I love competition, that can’t happen.
Tag Archives: motivation
Cut through the BS, get what you want
I want to keep this short and sweet. Let’s be honest, the attention spans are so short these days a longer post would be losing altitude the moment it got off the runway. We all have goals. Whether it’s success at a job, success in the mirror, or a goal for something inner like happinessContinue reading “Cut through the BS, get what you want”
3 ways to show out on Spring Break
I want you to get there. I hope everyone reading this is able to, because you are truly capable. It just takes a willingness to show up and an unwillingness to give into the voice in your head saying you should stop. Nothing extraordinary ever happens until you step out of the comfort zone.
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.
Sweat, but don’t sweat the small stuff
Sweat, but don’t sweat the small stuff When you first get started going back into the gym, it’s overwhelming. You look around and there is so much going on. What the heck is that guy doing? Why the heck is she throwing that ball at that thing? Why is that guy grunting so loud? ShouldContinue reading “Sweat, but don’t sweat the small stuff”
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.
Book Review: The Power of Moments by Dan and Chip Heath
Here is a book review on The Power of Moments by Chip and Dan Heath. Great book on how to create powerful moments in your workplace and life.
Nutrition tip of the week: Which diet is best for you?
This is a fairly common question I get from athletes, especially those that are interested in learning more about nutrition and fitness. It’s a good question because it shows that you are taking steps to improve yourself. But, I’m afraid you won’t leave after reading this with a clear cut diet choice hand picked forContinue reading “Nutrition tip of the week: Which diet is best for you?”
Nutrition tip of the week: Raindrops, droptops, crock pots
It’s Friday so that means it’s time for the nutrition tip of the week, just in time to stop you from making too many bad decisions this weekend. One thing I can tell you from my experiences in fitness and performance is that a huge glaring weakness for most is cooking. This is especially trueContinue reading “Nutrition tip of the week: Raindrops, droptops, crock pots”