Here at MFF, we’re used to building up our muscles… whether that be with kettlebell swings, squats, or bench presses. As we each continue on our health and hotness journeys into February, I’d love to introduce another “muscle” for us to flex: our kindness and compassion muscle.
If you’re a living, breathing human being, you have undoubtedly sabotaged yourself. Self-sabotage represents a special kind of pain that, over time, I’ve come to recognize as a gift. Here’s why.
When you don’t make the time for fitness self-care, you’re not able to live your best life. In this article, Mark breaks down the easiest approach to begin making fitness a core part of your life OR to get back on the wagon if you’ve fallen off.
Starting in January, we’re stoked to be hosting a series of Trainers-in-Residence throughout the year who will join the MFF Team for several months at a time. The magical humans selected for this program are experienced fitness professionals and college students wet with anticipation to share their knowledge bombs with the Ninja Army and learn …
Ever wonder why you can split squat with more than half the weight of your regular squat? The bilateral deficit, bitches! It’s time to explore single leg movements, a badass way to kick your health and hotness journey into overdrive with minimal compression and overall stress on your body.
Tasty treats are everywhere during the holidays, and it’s easy to feel like you’re falling off the wagon when it comes to indulging. Here’s a mind shift that’ll keep you in the driver’s seat.
It’s always better to seek a single, focused goal than a series of wide, loose goals. Our Ninja Essentials classes are designed to help Ninjas of all stripes nail the most fundamental movement patterns.
An amazing workout is nothing without proper tunes! Chris Crowthers breaks down how to master a great “sweat” list and drops the official MFF Holiday Hotness Playlist.
When everything is weighing you down and you don’t want to show up – at the gym or in life – what gives you the will to continue the fight? Michael Littig offers some timely reflections on strength, ritual, and determination…
Only one person can give you permission to ask for what you want in life. Where are you seeking permission from someone or something other than yourself?