5 Ways to Make Exercise a Priority During the Holidays

By |2019-06-18T13:19:10+00:00October 24th, 2016|Think|

With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up, it can be easy to get out of your exercise routine. Every year I hear people making excuses and rationalize it as, “I’m busy, I have a ton of family and social obligations, I’ll get started in January, etc…” Here are 5 way for making exercise a priority during the holidays.

1 - Schedule it

The hardest part sometimes is just showing up....

A Book That Influenced Me “Start With Why”

By |2016-10-19T22:00:00+00:00October 19th, 2016|Think|

Start With Why by Simon Sinek is a book that has really influenced me in terms of how I deliver my message. Sinek explains how to inspire with ideas. The golden circle, the celery test and split are the three main ideas in the book. The one that stood out the most to me was the golden circle. He uses an explain of how some companies start with their product. In my industry, that would be, “we offer private training, group classes and nutrition coaching.” Then they say how their product works. “We use best possible functional training equipment and strategies.” Then they finish with their why, “We believe in achieving optimal human performance.”...

Hiking through Altitude Sickness in The Enchantments

By |2016-10-13T02:51:39+00:00October 13th, 2016|Perform|

The Enchantments are one most well known, beautiful and difficult hikes in Washington. If you don’t get a permit and you want to experience The Enchantments then doing the through hike is your best option. It’s 18 miles with 4500 feet of elevation gain and your high point is 7800 feet with one especially hard part, Aasgard Pass, where you gain 1900 feet in less than a mile. When I decided to do the hike I felt great about being physically ready for it, but I had no idea that altitude would effect as much as it did, making the hike much more dangerous than I could have ever imagined...