If someone were to see Caitlin on her mat at Mark Fisher Fitness, it might not look like the “deep work” one usually associates with healing, moving forward or finding your voice. But it is.
Doing something is better than doing nothing when it comes to getting our bodies moving. Sam Strasfeld breaks down why it’s foolish to make perfect the enemy of the good and offers a quickie workout to help all fitness Ninjas on that quest.
Our communal sharing of gratitude and thanks is something we as a community at Mark Fisher Fitness do well. BPM’s newest post only touches the surface of his deepest emotions, as it is also a “goodbye” letter, but one that will hopefully shed some light on a journey for which he is most grateful.
You’ve heard about return on investment (ROI), but what about taking stock of the ROI in your life? Wheels gives us some guidance on how to look at the choices we make, and how they affect our life’s ROI.
Ever wonder how to take the strength you get lifting weights and make it work outside the gym? Take a look at one girl’s story and find out how to turn yourself into a badass of power.
Changing the way you approach food is not something that will just magically happen over night. It’s about taking it one step at a time, one change at a time, and making decisions each day that you can feel good about.
Do you ever find yourself letting an injury get in the way of living your fitness dreams? A minor setback doesn’t have to keep you from getting stronger. MFF Trainer Ayse Billi has five great tips to keep perspective when you’re working through an obstacle.
Ever feel hijacked by your own self-sabotage? There’s a good reason why most people don’t ever really overcome their internal sabotage. The answer may surprise you.
Showing up for ourselves is important in becoming fit. But what happens when we show up for each other at the gym? Here’s how a sense of community can affect your fitness, no matter what coast you live on.
The ads say you can eat the whole pint of ice cream and still be ready for your close-up. But is that right for everyone? Shouldn’t we be taking a closer look for the sake of our health and hotness?