"> Blog - Masonry - Balance Guy Training

Balance Guy Training Blog

4 Considerations For The Middle-Age Exerciser

A while ago I wrote this popular article on exercise considerations for older adults. Now I’m taking a crack at the middle-age exerciser because I’m right there at 51. Not exactly old but no spring chicken either. There are things I … Read More

Featured Post

21 Tidbits From 2021

21 tidbits from 2021 is a catchy title don’t you think? Because if you like it, please read on and if you don’t, well you are dead to me. 😊 When people write self-reflective articles about what they have learned … Read More

Featured Post

How To Start Exercise Again

Here are a few tips to start your exercise again and stick to it. Ah, this is the time of year when people fill the gyms to start exercising…..again. Yes, it is the New Year in all its glory. Now … Read More

Featured Post

Not Another New Year’s Resolutions Post

Are you a fan of making New Year’s resolutions?   If you are, stop reading because I might upset you and don’t want to do that. This is not an anti-New Years’ resolution post, far from it. It’s just I’m … Read More

Featured Post

8 Reasons Why You Should Deadlift

It’s no secret that I love to coach and perform the deadlift. Here’s me nailing twice my bodyweight deadlift six months ago. There was a lot of pain, blood, sweat, and tears that went into this attempt. Picking up and … Read More

Featured Post

4 Ways To Exercise Around Injuries

Note- This article is referring to non-serious injuries, like muscle strains, low-grade back, shoulder, and knee pain. This should not be mistaken for medical advice as I do not wear a white coat. Being 51, a former weekend warrior and … Read More

Featured Post

Life is a game of Snakes And Ladders

Remember the board game Snakes and Ladders? You roll the dice to make your way up the board. If you land on a ladder square you climb the ladder to get to the finish line faster, but you got to … Read More

Featured Post

5 Mobility Exercises For Better Movement

5 mobility exercises to get you rocking and rolling When you were a child, movement came naturally, and even without thinking you could run, jump, bike, and sprint. You were a constant blur of movement. Now, as you have gotten … Read More

Featured Post

4 Ways To Exercise When You’re Sick

I’m NOT talking about being sick in the head, insane in the membrane, or having a screw loose. Although I’ve been accused of this a time or two because of my obsession with Chuck Norris. But I and Chuck are … Read More

Featured Post

Coordination: The Neglected Part of Fitness

Improve your overall coordination with these exercises. Being a tall lanky kid, I never thought of myself as coordinated. I was all arms, legs, and clumsy. And I still am. I’ve lost count of the amount of stuff that has … Read More

Featured Post