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Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

I’m sure most of you have read or seen the fable making its rounds on the internet about the young Native American boy asking his grandfather to explain why people are good and evil. For those of you who haven’t, I’ll give you the Reader’s Digest version. Essentially, the grandfather explains that everyone has two […]

Keep It Simple, Stupid: Nutrition 101

I will never claim to be an “expert” in nutrition. But what I can say is I’ve been through a myriad of diets and gained valuable experience from each one. To give you an idea of my nutrition adventures, I’ve dabbled in paleo, vegan, vegetarian, carb cycling, stupidity no carbs, 80/20, detoxes, juice cleanses, intermittent fasting, […]

Why Strength Coaches Should Know About “Productive Disruption”

Most people hate change. To the majority of people, the thought of altering processes, ideas, skills, rules, etc. is horrifying. It’s easier to just remain stagnant and comfortable where you are in life, just moseying right along. Notice I said most people. If you’re reading this, you most likely are a strength coach, which automatically […]

How trainers Can Create Sustainable Behavioral Change with General Population Clients

You’re excited, you just met with a new client for the first time. You’ve established their medical history, BMR and nutritional needs, and determined movement patterning through various screens. They’ve assured you that they’re motivated and ready to work, and want to get started as soon as possible. You set off to work on your […]

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