As people start returning to their office space, you might still find some empty space that could use some other purpose. You may also want to provide something extra special for your employees to help them really look forward to returning to the brick-and-mortar office space. One way to accomplish all these things and more Read more…
You don’t need a super expensive, state-of-the-art home gym setup to make amazing strength and muscle gains from the comfort of your own home.
Getting in shape is one of the most common resolutions that people set for themselves at the beginning of a new year. Even more common is that many of these people fail and then seek out the expertise of a trainer like myself.
You may be hitting the road for a belated holiday gathering or maybe you spend a significant part of each day in a car as part of your job. Either way, in can be difficult to stay consistent and continue working towards your goals while you’re spending so much time traveling. After all, most on-the-road Read more…
“We usually overestimate what we think we can accomplish in one year — but we grossly underestimate what we can accomplish in a decade.” – Tony Robbins
“I don’t get why I’m not losing weight” . . . . This is a common statement with clients I work with. They weigh themselves after what they perceive to be a great week of training and clean eating, only to see the scale display the same number as last week.
I am 48 years old. I plan to be on this rotating rock for at least another 50 years.
It’s August. We are over 7 months into 2021. I wonder how many people have stuck with their New Year’s resolutions? And I wonder how many of those people started out the year with a bunch of resolutions?
I have a friend named Dave. He is a former active duty U.S. Marine. Not long ago, Dave learned the hard way, the importance of the first step in body transformation. Dave weighed 328 pounds and because he didn’t first focus on getting in the right mindset, he almost gave up and threw in the Read more…
Do you ever feel like you are working hard to be fit, eating what you think is right and exercising often, yet nothing seems to ever change in your body? You keep gaining weight, feeling worse and nothing you do seems to help?