Reflections From A New Dad

I’m a first-time parent with a two month old baby. A heads-up, this post is coming from a biased perspective from somebody who’s in the training industry. However it’s also my attempt at pointing out the logic of why movement is important and plays a...

A New World

A New World If there was a world you had never been to, and it was safe. Would you travel there? And if in that world there were answers to questions you have, and it was safe to investigate it, would you travel there? This is a concept I’ve been playing with for a...

Aerobic Capacity: Training’s Silver Bullet

Train Your Heart Aerobic training is often classified into the ‘cardio’ category of training. We automatically think of running, step classes, swimming, basically any activity that is longer than 15 minutes of continuous movement and work. These are all...

Keeping It Simple and Diving In: Part 1

THE MIND BODY-CONNECTION Humans are anything but simple when you start to dive into the intricacies of human physiology. Therefor when it comes to training and choosing a direction to go in, it can be hard to start.  There are so many areas to improve at when it comes...

How Deceleration Changed Me

GOING TILL THE WHEELS FALL OFF: NOT SUSTAINABLE Deceleration is defined as the reduced speed or rate of something, or the act of slowing down. Slowing down, aka decelerating, changed me. And I intend to tell you how. What do I mean by ‘changed me’? Well...

Functional Training Advice: Part 4

The last and most important thing in deciphering whether or not your training is “functional” is to ask yourself, is it purposeful? Do you have a reason behind your training plan? Does what you do for that one hour each day promote wellness and health in...