One of the most effective ways to slice through the brutal fog of self-loathing, woe, and general not-good-enoughness like the Ninja you are is to actively seek a more joyous life. Here are six ways you can start nailing the sh*t out of your life right now.
Cooking your meals at home can have a huge effect on your personal health and hotness, providing an important opportunity to de-stress, save money, connect with loved ones, and be creative. Here’s why.
One of THE greatest fitness challenges is staying on your game when your life requires lots of travel. Here are five tips to keep your health and hotness in check the next time you find yourself away from home.
80% of weight loss and body transformation is what you eat, but most of us spend more time at the gym than in the kitchen. What gives? Here are some common detours that might be keeping you from nailing your food prep game and some ways to avoid them.
Of the many pieces of tech making their way into mainstream fitness, heart rate monitors are some of the most ubiquitous. But is heart rate training actually useful if you’re seeking general health and hotness?
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.
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.
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?
In today’s Story of Glory, we bring you the inspiring tale of Tyler Whitman. You’ll learn about what it means to pursue fitness for the long haul and what it means to being willing to truly run your own race. Tyler Whitman, we salute you!