In a previous post (What Should I Do With My Fitness Blog) I wrote a bit about my frustrations and indecisions with said blog. It's still there in perpetual idle acting as a digital business card - a sort of self-owned LinkedIn but so much less noise and clutter. Lately, I've been thinking about pull-starting … Continue reading Does the World Need More Fitness Content?
I really don't want this to be another post about bashing influencers and the like. The web has plenty of that to go around. Instead I want to flesh-out some of my thoughts on the subjects of branding, marketing, and "influencing" coming from someone who has written and sold services on the internet for a … Continue reading Should I Be Branding, Marketing, and Influencing?
I wrote a new op-ed on Fitness Volt talking about the advantages of the old school mentality without the technological gadgetry that purveys our lives. Check out the article here: Get Back to Old School Training Without the Tech In it I list out several ways to boost your training results, nutrition, and motivation without … Continue reading No Tech Old School Training Tactics
Check out my latest interview from Average Bros Fitness. We talk about training, nutrition, motivation, the fitness industry, and competition. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxGEAsroarg&t=1s *** Subscribe for updates.
You could scratch the proverbial paint off the internet wall and easily find some pretty bad fitness advice. Social media doesn't help either. From "influencers" to self-proclaimed experts, it feels like we are drowning in a sea of marketing, advertising, and promises. How do we fix this? Can we do it on our own? Who … Continue reading How to Fix Bad Fitness Advice
The word fitness is both a simple and highly technical concept. I'm not about to get into an in-depth philosophical discussion on opinions, attitudes, and scientific wormholes, but I do want to mention a few traps we get into and then help to simplify things for you to actually use and to put into action. … Continue reading How Do You Learn About Fitness?
I remember on February 19, 2004 getting a call from my doctor who was to inform me of some test results from a biopsy that was taken a few weeks prior. I had just come home from a military deployment from Afghanistan in late 2003 and was officially diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Why I Chose … Continue reading Rebuilt: Unexpected Lessons in Resilience