Category: Blog

Reading, Not Comprehending. Comprehending, Not Executing.

Most who know me know that my oldest son Jackson has autism. Of the challenges that affect him most, he has his greatest difficulties with communication and, to a certain degree, reading. While Jax has continued to show improvements in what he is able to read, a further challenge has been his ability to comprehend […]

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Revolutionary You! #149-Sumi Singh And Lyle McDonald: Still Breaking Records

Returning to the show after the extremely successful Episode #99 together, Sumi Singh and Lyle McDonald are back to talk about what their past year of competitive powerlifting training has been like. Since that episode, Sumi has had to deal with both an injury and some medical issues while still finding a way to compete […]

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Get Boring, Get Results

There is a notion within the health and wellness world that you need more variety, more spice, more special flashy things to get where you want to go with your goals. And while I do think some variation may keep you from wanting to put your head through a wall I’d like to offer a […]

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Revolutionary You! #148-Travis Pollen: Modify To Fit The Need

It has taken me far too long to get Travis Pollen on the show for the first time and I am resolving that this week! Travis and I discuss considerations for learning how to fit exercises to the needs of the individual and our thoughts on vilifying exercises. Travis dives into his background as well […]

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12 Years Clean…and I’m Still An Addict

I’ve lost touch with most of my old addict friends. Twelve years is a long time to be away from that playground and those playmates. Of the friends I do still see, we seem to have traded the drug addictions for other addictions. Some arguably as harmful, some possibly less so. Some went clean but […]

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Revolutionary You! #147-Nikki Naab-Levy: Stepping Stones To Progress

This week, strength coach and Pilates instructor, Nikki Naab-Levy joins me on the show. In this episode, we talk about our respective paths navigating injuries through fitness and how to not feel broken in the process. Nikki talks about some of her philosophies which have not only helped her but her clients as well, see […]

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How I Met My Wife

There’s a story that my wife has been kind enough to let me tell all of the years we’ve been together. Some day, I’m sure I’d get a kick out of hearing it all from her perspective. As you’re reading this, we are days removed from Marissa’s birthday and a couple of days shy of […]

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Life’s Too Short For Sh*tty Cookies

I love cookies. And I don’t mean cheap Chips Ahoy or something similar. I love a fresh-baked, not too crunchy cookie. If I had to be partial, it would probably be a chocolate chip variation over, say an oatmeal raisin or peanut butter cookie. However, I have realized (somewhat painfully) that cookies are NOT a […]

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