Oh boy, today we’re addressing one of the most common obstacles to New Year’s resolution success. But first… We recently had a Ninja come down kind of hard on us after a first year anniversary.
Ninjas are always teachin’ me stuff. And I recently (re)learned a very important lesson about how to actually achieve success with your fitness goals.
Some people poop all over New Year’s resolutions. Call me your annoying optimist friend, but I actually think there’s value in using the calendar to leverage a psychological kickstart.
November 2019 marked my 20-year training anniversary. I’ve been through so many different phases of fitness and dieting that it’s wild to think about how far I’ve come. In no particular order, here are 20 lessons I’ve learned!
Away from the gym for the New Year? No problem! Chris Crowthers is back with another bodyweight only workout to keep you feeling fit and fabulous in 2020 while you’re away from your home gym. Yaaaaaaaas!
Our tribe wants to support us, and when we let them in on what’s going on in our lives, we allow them to do that. It is a gift for both sides.
I was never so grateful for my workouts than after I got injured. As it turns out, the best prescription involves getting strong PRE-injury. Here are 5 reasons why.
About a year ago, I realized that my mirror made me feel a little bit bad. So I did something about it. Here are 3 steps you can take to cultivate a positive body image of self-love in your home!
Ready to take a deep dive into benefiting your future self? Today we’ll be chatting about the benefits of using a heart rate monitor to monitor workouts and track progress, why we’re using heart rate monitors as part of our brand-spankin’-new class called Heart and Swole, and why we’re adding this new class and technology to the mix to help you get 1% better.
Strategy can be a really great tool, but will not determine our success. We do. And most of us don’t really know that our unconscious mind, conditioning, and past pain are actually driving 90% of what we do.