3 Reasons to Document Your Workouts

1. Know what you did/are doing Documenting your workouts can do a lot for your fitness journey and can give you a sense of organization. When you start going to the gym, having a plan is CRUCIAL to your progress. Every great achievement is accomplished with a plan so when you know what you areContinue reading “3 Reasons to Document Your Workouts”

The Psychology of Gym Attire

The most simplified way to explain the psychology of work out clothes to people. IF YOU LOOK GOOD YOU WILL FEEL GOOD AND IF YOU FEEL GOOD YOU WILL PLAY GOOD! and if you want to be sponsored by brands… PLAYING GOOD WILL GET YOU PAID GOOD!!!!! Why Do you like what you like? I’mContinue reading “The Psychology of Gym Attire”

Unconventional Strength: Life Away From the Barbell

When I was in middle school my dad introduced me to one of my oldest friends, the barbell. My first workout? The bench press. If you’re shocked I remember that, don’t be, no one learns how to squat before they bench! LOL. Since then all of my days of high school football and college trackContinue reading “Unconventional Strength: Life Away From the Barbell”

What’s Your Goal?

When it comes to fitness, you need a goal. Now, how big you want your goals to be is entirely up to you. I am going to write a common method to figure what exactly your goal looks like because blanket statements like “I want to get strong” or “I want to lose weight” doesContinue reading “What’s Your Goal?”

COVID-19 Opened Pandora’s Box of Opportunity: an observation

In 2015 we were supposed to have flying cars, hover boots, auto-laces, and multi-screen communication, according to Back to the Future. We are now in the year 2020 and kicked off the year with massive amounts of wildfires and parking lot fight clubs where the prize was the coveted Charmin 2 ply. Yes, there isContinue reading “COVID-19 Opened Pandora’s Box of Opportunity: an observation”