personal development

We need to look beyond all the expensive fad plans, and instead put ourselves onto the road to fitness and health autonomy.
What matters in life is to leave an enduring legacy that improves those who will follow.
It's the little things, done with absolute consistency, that bring the most profound rewards.
You'll never get the outcome you want, in the kitchen or in life, if you don't honor the process.
The struggle to attain strength and knowledge as a coach is a gift, not a curse.
Stop looking for your next game-changing course, and ask yourself how you can use the knowledge you already have.
Coaches, don't let the sun set on the potential of youth weightlifting before its potential is discovered.
“Leave your ego at the door” - as you cross the threshold into the grappling academy or gym, tap into your humility really fast. You can learn a vital truth from anyone - if you are willing to do so.