by Colin Aina
Caged animals never truly thrive in captivity, nor do domesticated dogs that remain inside. Given the chance, they will do what comes naturally and resort to their instincts despite their current confines.
by Kerry Taylor
The kettlebell is an amazing tool that can do a lot for you on your fitness and health journey.
by Sean St. Onge
From 1999 to 2011 I was a professional wrestler. I didn't say a good or great one. I just saw my fair share of bumps and bruises while rocking some seriously sweet spandex and tassels.
Welcome back. When we last spoke you were finishing up your game plans.
Okay, let's continue on from Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4...
As I rode home on 93 South out of NH, I anxiously awaited an update on the extent of Ben's injury. I reflected on what a great day it was, despite the accident
Welcome back! I hope this finds all of you doing well and still taking strides forward. In Part One we reflected and in Part Two we established the goals we wanted to achieve.
Let's face it, we are all in dire need of some postural resetting. Our world now is literally in the palms of our hands.
Hopefully, at this point, you took some time to do some reflection (Part One). You may have discovered some great, some good, some bad, some disappointing things about it.
Wow! Another year has gone by, that was pretty damn quick! With the ending of one comes the beginning of another.
Check out Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3
As I watched Ben make his way down the boulders, I awaited Jason's arrival from above.
And yet another addition to "Ab Exercises You Are Not Doing." I have provided a few other editions here, here, here, and here.
Unfortunately the kettlebell has gotten a bad name over the years as it has been thrusted into fitness culture.
As I absorbed the gravity of what Ben had just told me, I had a rush of great concern with some subdued panic mixed in.
Annnnnd now, Random Deep Thoughts...
TRX Y's. Why? Because I love you.
In my career of being a health and fitness coach as well as a football coach, I've worked with thousands of individuals. Some of them were highly coachable, others, not so much.
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