Shane Trotter

Shane Trotter

 

 

 

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When it comes to diet and health change, humans have a bug in their operating system.
Tie yourself to the mast against the sirens' call and create a situation that guarantees you do the work that your rational mind wants you to do.
Quality of movement or PRs and rep numbers? At the end of the day, your approach needs to be far more about enjoying your fitness than appeasing someone else’s notion of toughness or fragility.
The modern athletic experience is characterized by over-commitment at an early age and big business at the expense of physical well being and behavioral progress.
Every concept is prone to oversimplification and misunderstanding, but “functional training,” as overused as the term may be, has led to a wonderful re-exploration of human movement.
Without self-reflection and understanding of our intentions, we are often pulled to outcomes that don’t serve us
They’ve been promised the life of consumption only to be told by those pesky fitness freaks that everything they do is bad.
Break out of the norm and challenge yourself by embracing a movement based goal.
One could wonder who is more of a pariah: the health nut, or the smoker?
You can carry sandbags, kettlebells, dumbbells, barbells, or anything. The more awkward the better but do loaded carries as part of your training.
By focusing our efforts, just as we did in the battle against cigarettes, we’ll be able to clarify directives and wither away the biggest problem.
Could there really be a moral obligation to respect and train our physical bodies?