I’ve been doing the Starting Strength Novice Linear Progression for the last seven days. Read about the seven lessons learned so far to help you progress faster when you’re learning a new skill.
Some people were surprised to hear that I hired a barbell strength coach. As a coach myself, I value coaching. If I have any gaps in knowledge, the best way to fast track results is to hire a subject-matter expert. In this blog post I tell you about my experience at Fort Worth Strength and Conditioning in Keller and discuss the value and benefits of hiring a coach.
What are the ten most common bad running habits that could be negatively affecting your performance? If any of these sound familiar, work to correct these bad habits and your running results will improve.
Why put off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today? When it comes to our health and fitness goals, if you seem to be always planning on starting tomorrow, (and tomorrow becomes never) I’ll walk you through a mindset shift you can use to start making healthy changes today.
How to strike the balance between enjoyment and healthy choices while on vacation.
Learn how a running journal can help you improve your performance, and enter to win a tangerine and red believe training journal edition from Velo press!
Which is better, The Fitbit Ionic or the Oura ring? I compare the features of both activity trackers and show you how to decide which would be best for you based on your goals.
The best time to workout is the time you can stay most consistent. For some people that time is in the early mornings. Learn about my quest to get up early to workout with helpful tips to wake up early to exercise when you’ve tried before and failed.
Learn how to tell the difference between exercising and training so that you get the best results. Explore the benefits and potential downside of training. Need help? As a running coach and personal trainer, I can help you with a training plan to effectively reach your goals.
I share three books that can transform your running performance, to train smarter, run faster, injury-free—plus a bonus book on habit change to make sure it all sticks. There is catch. You have to do the daily consistent work over months and years to get there. If you are willing to do the mobility exercises, skill work, drills, and training, you can make massive improvements. It’s a lifestyle. It’s not just about the one hour you spend training, it’s what you do the other 23 hours a day.