If you knew me 10 years ago, you would never guess that I would end up traveling the world speaking about meditation. I wouldn’t have guessed it either. I was on Broadway at the time, understudying three of the leads in A Chorus Line. I was also suffering from anxiety, had been struggling with insomnia for eighteen months, and was going grey at the tender age of 26. So here I was living my dream on stage, but backstage I was rocking myself in the fetal position listening to Eckhart Tolle praying I wouldn’t be thrown on with a moment’s notice. I was desperate for a solution, so when a fellow castmember told me she swore by meditation I thought, what do I have to lose?
If you’ve been around the Clubhouse lately you’ve probably felt the infectious energy of Eddie Jones, a champion Ninja who has nailed his way through three rounds of Snatched. Prepare to be inspired by this stud’s incredible journey…
If you’re awkward and you know it clap your hands! There are many definitions of the word awkward. Here are three that resonate with me: awkward (from Merriam-Webster) lacking ease or grace (as of movement or expression) lacking social grace and assurance <an awkward newcomer> causing embarrassment <an awkward moment> For as long as I …
It’s that time again! The sexy Siren here to give voice to all your amazing suggestions. Here we go:
Did you know that we have the potential to lose 5 lbs. of lean mass per decade starting at age 25? That means that by the time that we are 65 we could potentially lose 20 lbs. of lean mass.
Jennie Geoffroy is one of literally hundreds of Ninjas at the MFF Clubhouse who have amazing stories to tell. She just completed her fourth (!) round of Snatched and took some time to share her journey. We hope she inspires you as much as she inspires us!
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It’s that time again! The lovely Siren here to give voice to all your amazing suggestions. This month’s top contenders were:
Are you a fitness fanatic who dominates movement in a class setting but doesn’t have the slightest idea where to begin when you enter a weight room?