Looking at back at the start of my gym business, I cringe at how many things we got wrong. Here are six things I wish I'd been told. Don't make the same mistakes I did with your new gym.
More and more research is linking the consumption of high fructose corn syrup to type 2 diabetes, obesity, and death. Sadly, the United States is leading the pack in this unhealthy race.
Some people may not want to hear this, but the younger you are, the faster you are going to learn the Olympic lifts. The time to start is now.
How often have we heard or said the words, "I have a shoulder issue." Here are some tips for releasing your shoulder issues, including a yoga pose for healing and stretching.
Looking for the perfect gift for the grappler in your family? Wondering what to buy your BJJ soulmate? Here's a great list to shop from - especially for the female athletes in your life.
The push press has seen a resurgence of late, but does it have a place in weightlifting? Did Paul Anderson really push press 435lbs? And do you actually know how to do it properly?
Short on time? Single leg exercises are a great way to build lower body and core strength at the same time. Here are my three favorite one-legged exercises I use with my clients.
Saponins are in quinoa, legumes, soybeans, and potatoes. You may have heard how bad they are for you, but what are they? And are they really that big of a deal?
Exercise causes damage inside your body - oxidative stress. One way to repair this damage is with antioxidants, and colostrum, or a cow's first milk, is proving to be an excellent source.
I’m so thankful not to have any morning sickness. While morning sickness is a medical mystery, I think it's because of the cleanses I've done and because I take a greens powder regularly, too.
I tore my adductor during my last meet of the year, but I finished the meet and also had one of my most effective training cycles and deloads so far.
Coach Nicole is our resident fit mom and her holiday wish list is a great reference for the other active mothers out there - or you guys looking to buy for your athletic wives!
One step closer to our muscle-up! This week - learn how to do a perfect dip, with a tight core, proper arm and shoulder position, and good depth.
Dr. Jason Lake takes us on a little journey to explain biomechanics and some basic terminology. In this article he talks about the kettlebell swing and the physics behind it.
The best part of belonging to a gym is making friends and doing other adventurous stuff outside of the gym - like Spartan Races, scavenger hunts, and more. What have you tried?
Once again fish oil turns out to be one of the best things you can do for yourself. New research shows it improves your memory, but you need to make sure you're taking enough.
After seven weeks of nonstop work, I had one of the most miserable bike rides of my life - and learned an important lesson about riding in the snow.
Three times per week you can workout for free and equipment-free! Try our new bodyweight workouts, coming out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Mostly I think a lot about food, so here's my holiday wish list full of gluten free goodies, healthy chocolate, gluten free beer, and various other food and cooking supplies.
Rhythm is essential for all athletes - awareness of movement, tempo, and body. But it can be hard to learn. Three tools I have found helpful: music, jumping rope, and making mistakes.
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