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Truth: Half of what we Call “Fitness”, Isn’t Fitness at All.

We can act like getting in great shape is a quick and fun fix, but we know we’re fooling ourselves.

Truth: Half of what we Call “Fitness”, Isn’t Fitness at All.

Because of my job, when I think of the word “fitness”, it may take on a bit more specific a meaning than it would to the average Joe.  The masses often think about fitness as a gateway to health, physical activity and maybe even eating well to support it.

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If Fitness is your Identity, I Offer my Condolences

Being fit should give you perspective on reality and balance. Not make you lose sight of it.

If Fitness is your Identity, I Offer my Condolences

As always, society finds a way to make an example of the hard time it has demonstrating modesty or balance. I’m not about to act like I’ve got the answers, but for a fitness professional, it brings up some alarming observations worth discussion.

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Lifters: You Don’t Know “Hardcore”. Here’s what it should Really Mean.

If you think you’re hardcore, you’re probably wrong. And maybe a little stupid.

Lifters: You Don’t Know “Hardcore”. Here’s what it should Really Mean.

Fitness and nutrition culture has missed the mark when it comes to the sensationalized ideas of body image, diet and even seeing results.  In an article I wrote a while ago, I brought attention to extremism that exists within this community. If you’re not a strength guy, you’re a bodybuilder. If not that, you’re a powerlifter. Or a CrossFitter.  Unfortunately there’s very little common ground to be found among the personalities of members of each of these camps, when there definitely should be.

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10,000 Hours Later: 10 Things 10 Years of Coaching has Taught me

A decade in the game, and here’s some of what I have to show for it.

10,000 Hours Later: 10 Things 10 Years of Coaching has Taught me

This past June marked the 10th anniversary of me landing my first ever personal training job at a gym. I’m not the sentimental type, but it did make me think back about the trainer I was back then, compared to the one I am today. Plenty has changed.

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