25 Sled Drag Exercises to be More Awesome!

The sled might be one of my favorite tools for overall strength and conditioning. However, more often then not, people don’t use the sled to it’s full potential. There are so many ways to create an amazing full body workout using the sled and create an entirely different stimulus for your body. This is by…

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Best of 2017

This page has only been up since July but as 2017 comes to a close I wanted to look back on the most popular articles. Here are the top 5 articles by “views” “Better to Be Rude Than Dead”  : Guest Article by Chad Christy talking about an experience he had with a series of…

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#fitinfiveminutes 30-day Program!

Welcome to our 30 day #fitinfiveminutes program. In case you missed the start, here’s your recap. Five minutes a day to help create momentum to get in better shape. Five minutes to take the steps needed to begin to lose weight, move better, be able to better protect yourself and your loved ones. No equipment…

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Wrist and Hand Rehab

We’re taking a look at a few simple stretches and tools you can use to keep your hands and wrists healthy with high volume training. Whether you are a weightlifting, CrossFit athlete, BJJ student, etc… Grip can be a big issue. Staying healthy is imperative. Check it out. Go buy a big bag of rice.…

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Right Doesn’t Always Mean Easy

I was teaching one of our introductory classes tonight. It’s one of my favorite classes to teach because often time the participants are so new to what we do and they are an open book. It’s an opportunity to really help guide them the right direction. During the workout I make my way around the…

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Three Cheers For Growth!

It’s a truly amazing feeling to see posts from people all over the US excited to dive into the book. I am so excited for the material to get out and get tested. I cannot wait to hear feedback. I don’t just want that feedback to be praise, though I certainly hope it is. I…

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“Shit… I Failed.”

originally written august 2016 What you do next is insanely important. Do you let it put you down? Does it motivate you to do better? Do you start analyzing what you could change? Do you make excuses for why you failed? Do you blame someone else? Do you move on to something else? Do you…

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Thankful

photo: me standing up giving a speech at my wedding… most likely embarrassing my wife haha. love her so much! There’s so much in life for me to be thankful for. I have an amazing, beautiful, and supportive wife. I have beautiful and healthy children. I have an amazing family. I have a successful gym…

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Mitt Drills for Working Striking in w/ Wrestling/Clinch Work

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Consistency

For most people, the ability to excel in something is generally thwarted by a lack of basic consistency. We have a tendency to desire that quick fix, and if we do not see results immediately, we tend to fall off the wagon. I know for a fact consistency is a HUGE problem for me. When…

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