Category Archives: priorities

Martial Arts: Good Place for Discipline, Bad Place for Ego

I went to my wing chun class for the first time in ages yesterday. Sifu had me run through the wooden dummy form in its entirety, then told me to go through it slowly, section by section. We didn’t wind … Continue reading

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ACCOUNTABILITY: Nutrition is My Fitness Handicap!

Nutrition has always been the part of fitness I struggle most with. Sometimes it is so easy (especially when you are rushing from one job to another like me) to pull up to the Mcdonald’s window. Or if I crave … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Revamp Your Exercise Regime in Five Simple Steps

Today’s guest post is brought to you today by Lisa Morton, in association with Tim Hayes Fitness. Read, enjoy, and contact them via their website at the end! ***** We’re about to enter the time of year where more exercise … Continue reading

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Isn’t P90X Hard?

In this video I address one of the most common questions I hear about P90X. It also happens to be the most common reason people never do anything about their fitness! There are only two options here: either you want … Continue reading

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Call to Action: Don’t Let This Video Describe You!!!

In this video I describe the most COMMON objection I hear to people joining in on P90X/Insanity/etc. with me. Is this you? Are YOU going to be one of those people who is all talk and no action? “Yeah, I … Continue reading

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