In general, if going to the gym can get others sick, you should always stay away. But if you’re working out from home, the rules are a little different.
Goldilocks Training: How to Maintain Momentum
You might think your inability to stick with a plan comes down to a lack of motivation, or maybe even a fundamental lack of willpower. But, willpower isn’t what is holding you back. After years of coaching people as a personal trainer, I’ve discovered that most people struggle to maintain their momentum because they ignore one simple rule.
The Magic Pill Is The Way
For years, I’ve been saying there is no magic pill. But, maybe I was wrong… here’s why.
Do You Need To Drop $200+ On A Massage Gun?
Are the new wave of percussion massage therapy devices worth the hype? We take a look at two of the most popular devices by Theragun and Hyperice to break it down for you.
Look Up or Look Down
Even though we don’t have much control over many things in life, focusing on what we do control — like looking up — can completely change the direction of your life.
13 Caffeine-Free Ways to Boost Energy
13 ways to get more energy so you can power through your workouts, feel more productive, and make the most of each day. No caffeine required.
What I Learned From Little Debbie
After 20 years of helping people improve their diets, the “earned dessert” approach might be the smartest formula I’ve found. Here’s why.
The Illusion of Commitment
Commitment alone has limited value. That’s why many committed people don’t succeed. Here’s what you need to do to make commitments successful.
Speed Muscle Recovery With These Basic Foundations
Learn what you can do to speed muscle recovery, help your body rejuvenate, and make it very unlikely that you’ll get hurt.
The Big 4
How understanding the answer “it depends” and recognizing the hierarchy of behaviors will help you finally achieve the success you desire.
Move Boulders, Not Pebbles
Many plans work. Most fail because you don’t consider the most important variable: you.
Is Vanity A Bad Thing?
The general belief is that all fitness is driven by vanity. Some of it certainly is, but is that necessarily a bad thing?