2 Ways To Reduce Muscle Imbalances

When you look at yourself in the mirror, have you noticed one muscle is bigger than the other? Or have you seen one side holding you back while exercising? Then, you may have a muscle imbalance. These are not a … Read More

Looking In The Rearview Mirror

Rearview Mirror is a fantastic Pearl Jam song that inspired this post. The older I get, the more I look back on it, wondering how did I get here. Two song references are in the first two sentences; come on, … Read More

5 Hidden Reasons You Keep Overeating

You’re adamant you won’t engage in overeating this time. This will be the moment when you display that self-control, listen to your fullness cues, and proudly stop eating short of a self-inflicted food coma. That is until you find yourself … Read More

3 Exercises To Pump Up Your Glutes

When it comes to the glutes and referring to this body part to clients, I always feel awkward. Like, what should I call it? Should I say it’s the glutes, the rear end, the butt, or your posterior? Then I … Read More

Why Is It So Difficult?

Why is staying or becoming healthy and fit so difficult (for some) when it’s right at our fingertips? There’s more information on it than you can poke a stick at, and most people can access it for free. It’s not … Read More

Do You Have Training Gaps?

Finding and working on your training gaps will improve you in and out of the gym. If you have ever been on the underground rail system in London, you are probably familiar with this prerecorded message. “Mind the gap. Please … Read More

3 Ways To Beat Procrastination

If Procrastination were an Olympic Sport, I’d be a perennial gold medalist; seriously, do you feel it? That would be the perfect opportunity to go all Jackson 5 on you because, you know, it’s the Jackson Five, but I’ll refrain. … Read More

5 Best Isolation Exercises For Improved Strength

Before ripping into another article on exercise, let’s clarify what isolation exercises are. Although our bodies never genuinely work in isolation, isolation exercises target one muscle group, like lateral raises for the shoulders. Although the wrist and forearms are involved … Read More

Where Are Your Cheerleaders?

When talking about cheerleaders, let me clarify one thing from the start. It’s not the cheerleaders on the sideline at sporting events who are waving their poms-poms around and chanting. Here, I’m referring to your personal support network, which you … Read More

Reaching For Shoulder Health

Remember when you were a child, and the candy jar was just out of reach, and you risked life and limb reaching for it? If you knew swear words back then, I bet you would’ve called your parents a few … Read More