Covid and your gym!

Hey! It seems like everybody is ready to get back to normal life, whatever that new normal will look like. Let me preface with a word of caution – everyone is free to make their own choices, and I hope you make the choice that is safe for you – and all the people youContinue reading “Covid and your gym!”

Goal Setting: Tell a Hell of a Story

There’s a lot unfold in every life. You walk down the street, on the way to the store. You see someone walking by and you give them a quick smile. They pass by, shooting you finger guns and a head nod. You meander by each other with nothing more than a head nod, a creepyContinue reading “Goal Setting: Tell a Hell of a Story”

Goal Setting: Differentiating Failure from Absence

Hey! Sup? Let’s talk about falling flat on your face. Take a second and think about a time you when you failed. It sucks to look back. It takes over your brain. It reminds you of your inadequacy and disappointment. There’s a deeper hurt that is only felt because you STILL wish you had accomplished theContinue reading “Goal Setting: Differentiating Failure from Absence”

The Duplicity of Self Thoughts

Today, I found some clarity. You ever find yourself so deeply engulfed in your thoughts, thinking so deeply about your situation that everything just accumulates and sends you into a space that gets you thinking exclusively into a worst case scenario? I remember a point, specifically, three weeks ago where I was driving in myContinue reading “The Duplicity of Self Thoughts”

Covid-19 and Owning a Small Business

With the very real threat of Covid-19, I find myself dancing on a fine line of anxiety and stress of the unknown. If you don’t know what I am, what I do, I’ll do my best to explain.  I have built a small business as a fitness professional working with people at their location ofContinue reading “Covid-19 and Owning a Small Business”

Lessons from March Madness

If you’re reading this you probably know who I am. If not, here’s a quick wrap up – I am completely, utterly obsessed with college basketball and March Madness. We are coming off the craziest weekend of March Madness that I can remember.  Tons of upsets, a rough loss for my Spartans but a ridiculousContinue reading “Lessons from March Madness”

Behavior Drives Results

Wake up. Brush your teeth. Take a shower. Eat Breakfast. Go to work and make money. Go home. Eat dinner. Go to sleep. Far too often, I see this kind of routine. It is a pleasure of mine to learn and work with all of the professionally successful people I do. At the same time,Continue reading “Behavior Drives Results”

Reframing Your Excuses

I talk to a lot of people who deem themselves too busy to get their workouts in. We all talk about the amount of time we have to put into our kids, our work and/or our personal life. We don’t want to give anything up. Our identities are deeply tied to the things we do,Continue reading “Reframing Your Excuses”

My Favorite Question

How’s that working out for you? A question I have been asking myself a lot recently. A lot of depth to it if you commit to diving into the real answers. Real answers being hard to own up to. In my case, The way we set up your health program takes work. The way we setContinue reading “My Favorite Question”