Stress is a normal part of being human. Sometimes we have little, sometimes we have more than any person should ever have to go through. Sometimes it can feel as if the world is coming to an end. Stress is here, stress will always be here. Many things that stress us out are out ofContinue reading “How Do You Deal With Stress Through Fitness?”
Your alarm sounds. Already? Maybe just one snooze… No, what must be done, will be done. You roll out of bed, the sun just barely rising up. The birds are chirping in the backyard, but besides them, not many others are up at this time. So why are you?
Strength training is growing in popularity among average Joe’s and Jane’s, which is friggin awesome! I write about it’s importance all the time, and how it is literally the fountain of youth (when done correctly). But what if you have absolutely no experience, are afraid, or have zero clue where to start and what toContinue reading “Starting Strength Training From Absolute ZERO (Video Guides)”
I, and many others in the industry have said it before, ANYONE can make you super sweaty and feel like puking during a workout. It’s really not hard. Run 50 sprints, do 100 burpees then jump up and down on a box 50 times (PLEASE DONT ACTUALLY DO THIS) – and you will probablyContinue reading “When It Comes To Workouts, Stop Chasing a Feeling”
Hey All, Real quick here. I was fortunate enough to be featured on an awesome collaborative blog post earlier this week on The Barbell Physio.com along side some pretty big movers and shakers in the industry. CLICK HERE –> http://www.thebarbellphysio.com/2016/04/11/great-exercises-you-are-not-doing/ It was a great honor to be featured on this list. Make sure you check out allContinue reading “[Guest Post] The Best Exercises Your Not Doing”
Sure, it’s not neon colored or made of a ultra-durable rubber coated shell and have 5 attachment points for accessories on it, but the barbell can still be super adorable (see above again). *Lately it has started to make a comeback with the help of Crossfit workouts and their high usage of barbell lifts, especiallyContinue reading “Back to the Basics: The Barbell”
The single arm dumbbell row is a great back exercise that puts extra emphasis on core stabilization. However, many people tend to pull with their upper trap muscles, bring the dumb bell too far out from the body, or set up in a rounded (kyphotic) back posture. Check out this quick video I shot toContinue reading “Single Arm Dumbbell Row: Correction!”