Simple Shoulder Savers (Minimal Equipment Edition)

Since I’m on the topic of shoulders: Subtle (but not really) reminder that mine and Dean Somerset’s (Even More) Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint is now on sale through this weekend. In fact, you can purchase that OR the combo pack (includes both version 1.0 & 2.0) for a hefty discount in addition to taking… Read more

Entire Complete Shoulder and Hip Blueprint Series on Sale

Many of us have a bit of extra time on our hands of late. You’ve finished Tiger King on Netflix. You may have even gone a step further and watched every episode of Love is Blind. If so, MARK, WAKE UP, JESSICA IS NOT THAT IN TO YOU. The next logical choice in this line… Read more

What People Need In a Time of Crisis: Leadership

Before you go a head and post your 47th bodyweight exercise of the week on IG or send out another free e-book to your followers, give today’s guest post by Jonny Pietrunti and Erica Suter a read. NO! Listen to me. Read it. What People Need in a Time of Crisis: Leadership If you are… Read more

Appearance on The FitCast and the Grafters Podcast

The FitCast – Shelter in Place Some of you may recall that circa 2008-2009 I was one of the co-hosts of The FitCast alongside Kevin Larrabee, Leigh Peele, and Jonathan Fass. Kevin figured it would be nice to reconnect the old gang to serve as a bit of an escape for everyone else during this… Read more

“Lost” vs. Pressing the Pause Button

Before I dive into the meat-n-potatoes of today’s post a few #COVID19sucksdonkeyballs “quarantine” thoughts: Caffeine is glorious. Disney+ is saving my wife’s and I world right now with a toddler at home all day. I don’t have enough eye rolls to give to those people complaining about getting fat during this time. Wouldn’t it be… Read more

How Position Affects Mood: Another Thing You Didn’t Know About Core Control

I figured we could all use a reprieve from the barrage of “at home” exercises and workouts everyone is posting of late. #COVID19sucksdonkeyballs My good friend and London based personal trainer, Luke Worthington, released his Core Training Guidebook recently and in light of that wrote up this guest post that takes a bit of a… Read more

Maintaining a Sense of Calm and Comfort: How Fitness Professionals Can Serve Their Clients Amidst the Chaos

The world has changed. I’ve joked about the impending “zombie apocalypse” for years now. And while zombies are fake and don’t exist (except they 100% do), what we’re all currently experiencing with the COVID-19 outbreak is very much real and very much scary. The entire world is being held hostage to the unknown. At least… Read more

The Comparison Game

I hope everyone out there is okay. Strange times we’re in, and I can appreciate the chaotic and unknown nature of what’s happening in the world is flipping everyone’s day-t0-day musings upside down. Me and my family are trying our best to make lemonade out of lemons, trying to stay calm, and maintaining as much… Read more