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Myth #27: You Need to Go All-In, All the Time, to See Results

One of the first rules I teach my clients, besides “Eat enough so you’re not flopping around on the ground after one of my classes” and “No, you really can’t out train a bad diet” is “Slow your roll— you gotta rest.” He doesn’t realize this, but my dad actually taught me this rule long… Continue reading Myth #27: You Need to Go All-In, All the Time, to See Results

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The Courage to Be a Beginner

I was at a networking thing (Yay! Go Introverted Me!) a few weeks ago and met a lady that I just sort of instantly liked. Added bonus: she teaches yoga, which made yogi-wanna- be me a little bit thrilled. I told her that I kept trying to make yoga a part of my life, but the… Continue reading The Courage to Be a Beginner

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Myth #19: Your Mind Doesn’t Matter

You're nailing your meal plan. You're training hard but appropriately for your goals. You're doing everything right. (But just a little bit of tough love-- most people aren't 100% on point with those things, it might be worth double checking to make sure you're actually doing what you think you are.)   So why isn't your body changing? I don't… Continue reading Myth #19: Your Mind Doesn’t Matter