Comparison is the thief of joy.

Comparison is the thief of joy. This was a quote from Theodore Roosevelt and is one of my personal favorites. While it’s not the type of evil it’s often made out to be, social media can often be detrimental to our mental and physical health. When scrolling through Facebook or Instagram, people look like they have a much better life … Read More

How to effectively make a change.

This weekend Matt and I traveled to Dayton, OH to present our “Train Smarter, Not Harder” workshop.¬†One of the goals of the workshop is to identify weaknesses and imbalances that are common among fitness athletes. However, once the attending athletes identify these areas that need to be addressed, the next question is always “What do I do now?”Matt concluded the … Read More

What does it mean to train smarter, not harder?

Do you know what it means to train smarter and not harder? Sure, the phrase itself is self-explanatory, but you do you really know what it means and how to apply it? This is a concept that we’ve discussed and presented on a lot over the past couple of years and know a lot about. However, we’re still learning ourselves. … Read More

How did you celebrate Labor Day?

Yesterday, if you didn’t know, was Labor Day. A day held in honor of working people. A day to remember those who have paved the way for the current structure of our society as we know it. In today’s world, and with today’s technology, choices are everywhere and we have the freedom to literally do, or be, whatever we want. … Read More