3 Steps To Fitness: Eat Like An Athlete (not a high schooler)
In my last post I talked about training like we used to when playing sports. Focusing on the basics and attacking them with a competitor’s mindset.
Today we’re going to talk about what you need to do differently from when you played sports in order to get yourself fit: NUTRITION.
A Manly Lesson From A Little Girl
My nearly 1-year-old did something today that says a lot about us humans and that we, as adults, need to learn from. She has been your typical army crawl baby. No matter how many times we prop her up on her hands and knees, she always flattens out to slither her way around, until recently. Just yesterday she started crawling on hands and knees, but only short distances and here’s why.
My Christmas Project: Part 2
I told you in My Christmas Project: Part 1 that I'd be back with details about my Christmas project, and so I am. As hard as it is to let the holiday season go, it does come as a bit of a relief. When celebrating with family means covering about 3000 miles by car, it feels great to be done with it. Let me give you a brief overview:
My Christmas Project Part 1
When’s the last time you made something with your hands? As a kid I used to help my dad with projects around the house. Then I started doing my own projects. Now my wife and I live in an apartment, which offers little to no opportunities for fun projects. Sometimes I get to fix a running toilet. Just the other day I was excited to . . .
Like Your Body Or Change It. Which Comes First?
Is it wrong to want to change your body? Should you just do some self-therapy to convince yourself that you’re happy with how you look, or is having a 6-pack the only way to feel good about yourself? Do you develop confidence then the body, or build the body and confidence comes with it?