You know, turns out you CAN have too much of a good thing… I want to share some insight on an important — and tricky — fitness question: How often and how hard should you be working out?
I think you’ll find this mental trick very valuable. Particularly if you’re struggling to keep up your New Year momentum. And since we all let momentum slide sometimes, it’s a good trick to have in your pocket.
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.
2020. It’s over. In ways large and small, we’re ready to move on. But in the meantime, we should acknowledge this year was f*cking tough.
Today we’re gonna cover one of the most frequently asked questions in all of fitness: Do supplements work? And if so, what role should they play in your health and fitness?
It doesn’t seem possible. We’re almost ten years to the day that I opened up enrollment for the first ever round of Snatched in Six Weeks, MFF’s signature total body makeover program.
In today’s missive, I’m going to give you a pithy, girthy quickie. Many people struggling to get on—or back on—the fitness wagon blame a familiar culprit: lack of self-discipline.
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!