There are hundreds of ways to be involved with fitness. Maybe you jump rope, play pickleball, do group classes, run, lift weights, do yoga, or a plethora of other things. Regardless of the type of fitness a person chooses, often times someone will complain or speak negatively about it. I don’t need to tell you … More Are You Helping or Hurting?
Three weeks ago today I was in a mountain bike time trial race and I crashed my bike. About 50 feet from the finish line I tangled with another rider, went over my handlebars, and my face/head absorbed the entire fall. Lights out for Jon. This is the part of the story I am going … More Staying In Shape When You Are Injured
A number of years ago when I met my wife I also met her two dogs. Yukon (a boy husky lab mix aka a Huskador) and Kiva (a girl chocolate lab). They became my two closest companions. For about three years they have been coming to work with me. Anyone who trains with me knows … More Saying Goodbye To My Best Friend
The fitness industry is very opinionated. I won’t pretend that I don’t have my share of strong feelings on certain aspects of nutrition and training either. However, what I completely disagree with is the idea of their being one way and only one way for a person to eat and train. Having a one track … More Is Your “Trainer” Lying to You?