Getting older isn't an excuse to sit on the sidelines.
The partnership between you and your sponsor is more important than your performance and ranking.
Hiring the wrong coach can be disastrous, but finding the right coach can literally extend your life.
If you are an athlete, you are your own brand - and social media is your main asset.
Are there some exercise programs that are inherently dangerous? The following checklist should help you decide.
Knowledge and research are your most powerful allies when it comes to hiring a coach.
Follow this guide to help you tell the difference between a pro and a phony.
Finding a sponsor is all about time, preparation, and focus.
A recent study reveals that a personal training certification does not necessarily equal knowledge.
Sponsorship is like any relationship. It requires trust, communication, honesty, and mutual contribution and benefit.
Almost any athlete can get sponsored, and I do not just mean I can help you get a free t-shirt.
Don't be fooled by snazzy marketing. Spend time researching before you choose a trainer.
You probably already know the answer to that question, but it's nice to be affirmed every now and then.
What I do is something of a hybrid between personal trainer and group exercise instructor, which is to say, I am a group personal trainer.
If you're trying to select a gym and don't know how to choose, the childhood storybook character might have a lesson for you.
Before you ask your coach for advice, make sure you are truly willing to change your behavior.
Answering these questions will prepare you to continue in your training, consistently and patiently.