How to Train for the Zombie Apocalypse
Your 1-rep max bench press is not going to save you.
The Decline of Physical Literacy in Kids: What Can We Do?
It is no secret that children’s movement skills and physical literacy have been in steady decline in recent years.
The Surprising Link Between Vitamin D and Breast Cancer Prevention
While the research on Vitamin D is relatively preliminary, there is intriguing evidence of substantial cancer-combating capabilities.
How Being Fit Can Keep You Safe and Improve Your Day
The ability to escape a dangerous situation is the most serious display of functional fitness, but our fitness comes in to play in all aspects of our day.
Amy D. Hester
Why Extreme Workouts Matter: Strength = Freedom = Happiness
Being strong is being free. The fitter we are, the more freedom we have. The more freedom we have, the happier we are and the closer to self-actualization we get.
Throwing Caution to the Wind: Overcoming Instincts to Progress Athletically
Our survival instincts aren't always the most useful thing when it comes to our training. In fact, we may be putting ourselves in danger, by choice, on a daily basis in the gym.
Book Review: "The Gift of Fear" by Gavin de Becker
Self-defense is something marketed to us frequently by martial arts schools, but what is real self-defense? This book, The Gift of Fear, teaches you the REAL tools that can save your life.
Traver H. Boehm
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