Setting A Good Example

None of you reading will be surprised by the following statement, but here it goes anyway; I haven’t always set a good example. Shocking, right? I thought you would be, but being a coach and a parent, I needed to … Read More

My Biggest Failures (And Success)

My oldest son is leaving home tomorrow ( a week ago since writing this), and my parenting failures have been on my mind. To say this is an emotional time is an understatement, and if you’re a parent who has … Read More

Stay Vulnerable

Why would you want to be vulnerable?  Being susceptible to physical, emotional attack or harm means pain, twisted butterflies in the stomach, and a situation you probably want to avoid at all costs. Let me let you in on a … Read More

The Struggle Is Real

Being a fitness professional doesn’t mean the struggle is real in staying healthy and fit. Between COVID, the rising cost of living, the war in Ukraine, and school shootings, there are a lot of things at play and a few … Read More

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

When Things Don’t Add Up Start Subtracting

Adding and subtracting. Wasn’t this drummed into you during primary/elementary math class? And for the most part I enjoyed math until algebra and then it was all downhill from there. But adding, subtracting and multiplication, they were my hey days … Read More

My Anger

Hi, I’m Shane and I am an angerolic. Yes, you heard right. I have a problem with anger, and I’ve been in denial about this for far too long. Much like a drug addict, thinking it’s all under control, but … Read More