Taking Statins to Reduce Cholesterol

I’m eating my words today. And I’m glad I am haha. I did some reasearch into statins and it seems like there really isn’t that much controversy surrounding the use of statins other than their known side effects (muscle pain, VERY low risk of depression).  I know in the last place I worked, I sawContinue reading “Taking Statins to Reduce Cholesterol”

Health Tracking

168. 168 hours in a week. A problem I am deeply passionate about – and it will take a minute to explain. Folks are not afraid to work hard with me. I’m great at training people physically. I understand biomechanics, am confident in my ability to keep you healthy when we work and feel that if weContinue reading “Health Tracking”

3 Stretches to help with the Front Rack Position

Found a nice video detailing the front rack position and most common faults. Most individual’s issue in attaining a good position is thoracic spine extension as well as that shoulder mobility. Three stretches to aid in getting into the front rack position start about halfway through the video…but this guy does give some good insightContinue reading “3 Stretches to help with the Front Rack Position”

Gaggle Spotlight: The Maag Man

  Hey There! Here is another one of those folks on team Gaggle. He is a father of two, husband to an awesome wife (and fellow Gaggler) while embodying the type of person who sees success in the long term. This guy has been nothing short of a pleasure to work with. I take aContinue reading “Gaggle Spotlight: The Maag Man”

Weight Loss and Metabolism Part 3: Strength Training

Hello Friends, Quick update on all things Stella…In the midst of a crazy week – all good things – one of those ‘testing’ weeks for me as a business person.  Had a couple of interviews. One was for a position to train 10 females taking a weight loss pill, the other a nice chat with aContinue reading “Weight Loss and Metabolism Part 3: Strength Training”

Unconventional Empathy

Be Me. Sitting in Starbucks. All by your lonesome. Not a care in the world, cruising on some work related things while sippin on an Iced Americano. Situated in a corner, next to a dark window, you sit listening to Trap Back Jumpin at the recommendation of a good friend. Thinking about life, trying to organize yourContinue reading “Unconventional Empathy”