In this post, I share some exciting training success stories that have nothing to do with weight.
Your worth is not dependent on your appearance, size, feelings about exercise, or carb intake. It is an intrinsic part of who you are.
Things I’ve learned about myself when the going gets tough in my training: Part two in my responses to Dan John’s Mass Made Simple program.
A few thoughts on why I have decided to do Dan John’s Mass Made Simple hypertrophy program.
About two months ago, I made a post titled “StrongFirst, Barbells, and Gratitude” in which I reflected on the gratitude… Read more StrongFirst, Kettlebells, and Gratitude
Do you need to make training your top priority for it to count? A few thoughts regarding a conversation I had with another coach.
In general, I keep the posts on this blog directly connected to training, fat acceptance, and/or body positivity in some way or another. However, in the wake of the murders of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, I feel called to write a post that is overtly focused on the Black Lives Matter liberation movement.
A few thoughts about the important role of community in both dancing and strength sports.
A few quick thoughts re: an hour-long discussion I had today about strength training with an awesome group of girls in grades six through eight.
I knew that today’s programmed workout was a hard one: it challenges me more mentally than any of the other… Read more Step Back or Step Up? There’s a Time for Each.