Flexibility 101 - A program to cultivate a strong base in basic beginner fitness and and flexibility.

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Creating a plan and anticipating challenges can help you navigate the path toward success.
Dan John’s new book, Can You Go, includes a graphic of mine that I use to explain the big picture of nutrition change.
Summer is approaching, but before you stress about trying a new diet, these seven things might be all you need to get on the right track.
Allow yourself to sacrifice time for exercise to see improvements in your career and personal life.
Women's Beginner Kettlebell - Fundamental kettlebell techniques that will increase strength and build lean muscle.
As the new year approaches, think about your average daily habits and look for opportunities to improve them.
Break down your New Year's goals into manageable and sustainable habits.
This book by Josh Hillis and Dan John is full of solid workout plans and weight-loss strategies.
If you can kick any of these habits, you’ve just defined yourself as a stronger, fitter, more functional human.
A recent study investigated how forming habits successfully is related to setting goals.
If we can make small changes, then we can reverse a downward spiral and create an upward spiral.
There are a lot of fitness apps out there. A new study explored which ones were the most likely to actually cause changes in behavior.
Find one thing from this list to focus on and go for it. Stick with it for a month and see what happens.
Before you ask your coach for advice, make sure you are truly willing to change your behavior.
Here are three of the most unhealthy habits for shift workers and how you can start making healthy changes today.
Starting this week I'm going to be sharing my "work-ins" with you in the hopes that you can join me in creating a healthy practice for your body and mind - and find the happiness you are seeking.
I think many people make two fundamental mistakes with their goal setting, and the reason they never succeed can be traced back to one of these two things.
Many of us have superstitions about our training. We have our own habits and rituals at the gym, studio, and out on the field of play. But do these habits make a difference?