Old School Training & How To Make It Harder

On the spectrum of adopting new technologies, products, or ideas, there are innovators and what they call "laggards". For purposes of this blog, I prefer to call them "Old Schoolers". I don't like the term laggard because it implies that they are dragging their feet - when in fact doing things the traditional way can... Continue Reading →

You VS your metrics

You are not a one dimensional human being. You are not your social media etiquette, a picture, a few things said under stress or through misunderstanding. You are much more. You are a fearless and wonderful soul who loves greatly. The people that matter are the ones that see all the dimensions of your soul,... Continue Reading →

Whatever it takes…

Doing 'whatever it takes' is often praised as the highest level of determination and a mindset many people try emulate... don't get me wrong, I've said it, and the Imagine Dragons song gets stuck in my head as much as the next person's. I think we need to really examine this approach however, especially when it comes to your physical and emotional health. 

Breaking Through

It's inevitable - at some point in your training life, you will hit a plateau. A point where your body either becomes increasingly stubborn to making progress in the gym or on the scale, or it stops responding completely. Even the most experienced athlete can hit a plateau; especially if they continue to train the... Continue Reading →

Still lifting?

One of the questions I get asked the most is if I'm still weightlifting/training and almost sarcastically, "is it safe to do that still"? Surprisingly, the myth that being pregnant means that you are no longer able to lift anything or work up a sweat is still being perpetuated. While there are certain instances where... Continue Reading →

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