A few pieces of advice that you can carry forward in your pursuit of health and the continual quest to undo what delicious, evil cookies do to your body.
That place. It really has no words to describe it, but we all know it when we feel it. Like a home we’ve come back to, even if we are a thousand miles away from home.
I have a dirty secret to share in the fitness world: I don’t want to compete.
The oldheads call that period Pre-Bok like it was an era between Paleolithic and Mesolithic. These folks talk of a workout life that was different.
Does it matter if your workout has a name? Or is the name superfluous?
Read this poem going down. Then read it going up.
Mindset is vastly important to success.
Know yourself well enough so you can turn your motor on, turn it off, and know when to just idle.
My favorite posts of the year, from this blog as well as the articles I wrote for Eat to Perform and Steve’s PaleoGoods.
Almost 100 posts in 2015. Which ones were the most read?
Take this list with a grain of salt and take a look at your gym, whether you’re a member, a coach, or an owner. Can you help make it better?