Imagine for a second that you’re shopping for jeans. You want something comfortable, that you can move in, and looks good. Not too much to ask, right? Ok, now imagine
The Competence Conundrum
Well fam, my last post sparked some really great conversations and part of me is tempted to just go ahead and post what I had originally written about…but another part
Bring the Discomfort!
Earlier this week I spent a good couple of days writing a piece on a contentious subject that’s been bugging me…but I didn’t post it. I can’t post it, because
When Training Hurts
(Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice. Training always has some risk attached to it – use your brain and make good decisions. Mmmmkay?) A
Here’s what I want for you.
About a year after I finished college, I bought my first gym membership. The gym was close to work, a friend from work was a member there, and I had
Ok. So at least once a day somebody asks me what I think about the ketosis diet and whether I think it’s a good idea…Here’s the short answer: it’s bullshit,
It’s Mothers’ Day!
I’m feeling a little undone here so bear with me while I spout a little bit of craziness at y’all. Ready? I started getting really serious about strength training about
Do as you’re told.
You know what feels freaking amazing right after a hard workout? I’ll tell you what feels amazing: putting on fresh socks. I know what you were all thinking, you sick
6 E-Z ways to get better Z’s
Imagine for a moment, that it’s approaching midnight. You have an early appointment in the morning. You went to bed an hour ago and you have been alternately staring wide-eyed
Going Gray (sic): On being an aging woman in the fitness industry
It’s almost easier to see the negatives in most situations – to pick at the things that are wrong instead of celebrating things that are right and appreciating that