Check out this video from our friends at Precision Nutrition. They do a great job of exploring some of the challenges involved in helping folks change their eating and exercise habits.
Looking Back Tim's mom at the Punk Rope Games2016 was a rough year for me. I lost my mom (at left with my dad and my nephew's fiancé, Rebecca) on December 15. Enough said. But mom got to see her first Punk Rope Games on October 1 and that's a memory I'll cherish forever. Here, [...]
In the past, around this time of year, I've had a tendency to look back on the previous year and dwell on what went wrong and how I could learn from my mistakes. And while studying history can certainly help to understand the past and create a brighter future (I was a history major after [...]
Admittedly I've been at a loss for words lately. Sometimes that happens when you feel like the world is going to hell in a hand basket. But one thing I firmly believe in is not giving up, not quitting, and not letting your adversaries get the better of you. I'll try to keep this short [...]
Yesterday's #gettothepoint5k was challenging, physically and mentally. After mile 1, my rope froze, forcing me to jump much higher than I had planned with each revolution of the rope. I didn't trip once in the first mile. Afterwards, in the words of the man who won't be president "it was a disaster." I tripped...a lot. [...]
I've been following Leo Babauta's Zen Habit blog for some time now. I highly recommend it. Consider subscribing. This post is adapted from Leo's blog. Now here's Leo: I know a lot of people who fall into a slump, losing the habit of exercise. It’s hard to get out of a slump like that. It’s [...]
It happens to all of us. We don't want to get out of bed let alone go to the gym and work out or go for a run. Even a walk to the fridge might seem like a tall order. Recently one of my buddies had a bad case of the exercise blues and turned [...]