Mourning the Loss of Your Fit-self

Yesterday I wrote some thoughts out on Facebook which I thought might be worth fleshing out a bit. In recent months, I’ve heard quite a few others talking about how fitness no longer comes easy. It feels much more like a chore than it used to, but there’s a regret or a sadness about that […]

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  • September 19, 2017

Shifting Sands: Where things are going.

For the last several years, I’ve sensed a slow shifting of sands in my life. Like there was a gentle re-focusing happening. It often felt like I’d lost a sense of myself as I moved away from the limelight I’d occupied in the fitness world. Now I see I was actually gaining a sense of […]

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  • September 14, 2017

Time Was Wasting Me

Have you ever found yourself feeling like a totally different version of the person you set out to be? It’s like the person you once were died and you just woke up to find your new self adrift. Like every light you ever looked to for direction and comfort in life went dark; everything you thought you knew […]

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  • April 10, 2017

Testing Your Strength | Killer Home Workout

I was fighting writers block this morning as I attempted to put down some thoughts about beauty standards. Perhaps after I share this awesome strength workout, I’ll get it back on track. Would you like to see more blog posts about the stuff I’m passionate about? Or is there anything you have on your mind? I always love […]

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  • March 27, 2017

Eight Inspiring Stories of Not Giving Up

One woman inspired me to pursue strength training. In fact, this woman inspired me to do pull-ups and push-ups without the burden of not believing that upper body strength was possible for me.  She showed me why strength was important. As a teenager in the early 1990’s, she was the first female character I had […]

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  • March 15, 2017