About Me

Here’s few things you didn’t know about me A few of my colleagues have written about me posts, letting the world know that there is more to them than being a coach. And this got me thinking. I like to … Read More

Happy Feet Happy Life

Paying attention to your feet pays great dividends If you’re a married man, you’re familiar with the term ‘happy wife, happy life.’ If for some reason or another you’ve upset her, you’ve experienced how she can make your life less … Read More

6 Reasons For Spending More Time Outdoors

Guest Post by Anita Franco Odds are good you’ve heard being outdoors offers a range of benefits. However, there’s also a good chance no one ever tried to prove it by citing scientific studies. So many of us just accept … Read More

The Comparison Game

The comparison game is a game you will always lose Note- This was first published here. This is an edited version Have you ever heard of this game? If not, this is how it usually goes. You’re flicking through a … Read More

Exercise Is More Than About Fitness

Fitness can be your rock Like a lot of you, I’ve suffered hardships. And if you didn’t suffer hard times, how would you know what good times are? It’s the cycle of life to have ups and downs. What varies … Read More

Setting Up A Home Gym For $200

Setting up a home gym is not as expensive as you think. Guest Post By The Guys at Home Strength Gym Regular workout is a necessity for everyone who wants to stay fit and healthy always. I am sure you … Read More

Think Big Start Small

Combine think big with starting small to reach your goals Ever since I discovered deadlifting and fell in love with the movement, I’ve wanted to deadlift twice my bodyweight. Why? Because there is nothing more challenging the ripping heavy weight … Read More

5 Traits For Fitness Success

For a large part of the world as of June 2020, fitness is the furthest thing from a lot of people’s minds. Sheltering in place, trying to survive, having enough money to eat and pay the bills and avoid getting … Read More

My Grandfather

I was only 7 years old when my grandfather Ron Simmons died of prostate cancer. And in that time he taught me vital lessons that will stick with me until I meet him again.   Although my memories are hazy, … Read More

Exercise Isn’t Only About Gyms

When gyms closed due to COVID-19, it threw gym goers, owners and those employed by gyms for a huge loop. Understandably it affected a lot of people financially, but gym goers were left without barbells, weight and cardio machines and … Read More