Lessons from a 30 Year-Old Lifter

Lessons from a 30 Year-Old Lifter

     I recently turned 30.  I’m very fortunate and (knock on wood) haven’t sustained any major injuries.  I’ve made plenty of mistakes in and out of the gym over the years but that’s a separate post for the future!  I’m proud to...
The Strong Stoic

The Strong Stoic

     Like many of you, I’ve been very stressed during COVID-19.  This pandemic has been a very tough time for all of us, worrying about our families and livelihoods.  There are far too many things to worry about it can quickly become...
The True Value of Personal Training

The True Value of Personal Training

     A lot of fitness professionals hesitate to call themselves personal trainers.  They’ll use inflated titles like “Fitness Professional, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Health and Fitness Specialist” and many others. ...
Reflect and Refocus

Reflect and Refocus

     This pandemic has been a strange time for everyone.  We’ve all suffered in our own way.  People lost their jobs, got sick and lost family members.  It’s been a very tough time for all of us, there’s no doubt.  However,...
10 Lessons I Learned in my 20’s

10 Lessons I Learned in my 20’s

In April, I turned the dreaded 30.  Let me tell you something, I feel amazing both physically and mentally.  I’m the strongest I’ve ever been in the gym and my mind is exponentially stronger than a decade ago.  I don’t look at it and dread the...
More Than Just a Rep Counter

More Than Just a Rep Counter

     This month marks seven years that I’ve been a certified personal trainer.  I will be totally honest with you and admit I had no idea what a trainer really was or did when I started.  I thought the job primarily consisted of...

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