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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Home Workouts

How have your health and fitness routine and your home workouts been going? Have you been active and exercising each day? Do you know what exercises, activities, and workouts to do? Are you getting bored with the options available to you? Have nagging aches and pains been adding up? Frustrated by a lack of equipment you normally have access to …

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Fitness, Failure, And Fear Of Injuries

Today, let’s dive into fitness, failure, and fear of injury. These are interesting topics that are closely related. A friend who follows my posts asked if I could write about it (if you have ideas for other topics you want to hear about, please let me know). Last week I was speaking with her and she expressed that she doesn’t …

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Fitness, Fun, And Fuel For The Sport Of Life

As you may know, I’m a strong believer in the power of physical activity, sport, and fitness to transform both lives and mindsets. Particularly for those who don’t consider themselves athletes. I would even go as far as to say that personal challenges, overcoming adversity, and the ability to learn from our experiences are essential for personal growth and at …

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My Health And Fitness: Learn From My Recent Struggles And Failures

A short message today with a personal story about the power of movement. As a long-time fitness professional, many people often think that my health and fitness regimen is “perfect”. They have visions of me working out for hours every day and eating like an “organic iron chef”. The fact is, like everyone else, I have struggles in these areas …

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Mindset Monday: The Benefits Of Coaching

I hope your weekend was fantastic, and that you managed to stay warm. Today, I want to talk about the benefits of coaching and how one Friday was a special day for me, my wife, and 8 of our friends. We were treated to a full day of ski coaching from Olympian, World Cup ski racer, and television broadcaster Kelly VanderBeek, …