social media

It’s okay if your website isn’t perfect, but if you build it, people will begin to find you.
There is so much information on every aspect of fitness at our fingertips but that may not mean much if it doesn't get through.
Teaching others keeps the spark alive behind why you got into the industry in the first place.
It doesn't help unhealthy people to dance around the fact that they're unhealthy.
What matters in life is to leave an enduring legacy that improves those who will follow.
Who would have thought Instagram would be coming to the aid and support of anyone for anything, but it's true, it could help you diet right.
Egotism, nepotism, and politics have the potential to ruin the careers of players and coaches alike.
Even if you don't know what the result will be, you've got to just start—or you'll never get anywhere.
Effectively separating your personal and professional online personas is a true balancing act.
Even for these pros, managing an online presence in 2017 is more challenging than ever.
If your progress has come off the rails, chances are your mistake is in your head, not in the gym.
Chasing the latest fitness trend may not be the best or safest way to reach optimal health.
Maybe we should spend less time studying how other people use social media and turn our lens inward.
The movements we watch become the ones we imitate.
Don't shy away from publicizing your hard work in fear of making other people uncomfortable.
Social media platforms may not be helping break the cycle of eating disorders and compulsive exercise.
Your online presence should pay off in real business.