The title is no typo. I’ve been on a diet recently, and what I have discovered is that we need more acceptance about the fact that being on a diet is hard. It’s also worth it.
I like to write about connections. Recently, I’ve been fascinated by quantum physics because of an interesting parallel to a fitness conundrum that I often think about. When it comes to health which is more relevant, systemic problems or personal accountability? Is it our systems and society that cause poor
One of the things that I find most interesting about fitness is how much it ties into the rest of the world. I was at a networking event organized by Be Social Change (a great organization to know, btw) and was surprised at how many people and organizations I’d heard
When I began as a personal trainer, one of the things that shocked me was discovering all the strength coaches and physical therapists that I had never heard of. I’m talking about the people that work with pro athletes, where strength and fitness are worth millions. You will rarely, if
I wanted to write a very quick description of the rotator cuff because I find that most clients have no idea what it is. Because of the ‘cuff’ part, we all tend to think of some kind of structure, but in actuality we’re talking about a group of muscles.