Category: Blog

Have You Ordered Yours Yet?

Our first line of tees/tanks has been selling great. The plan is to keep offering new colors with limited runs each. So, don’t wait much longer, the green ones won’t last! You can order yours here

Good Day Sunshine

How does your day start? Sluggish? Stimulating? Don’t touch me ‘til I have my coffee? Admittedly, I run through all of those. Every morning. Even though my body and mind are accustomed to getting up at roughly 4am Monday through Friday. A couple of months ago, I started changing up my morning routine and it’s […]

To The Extreme

Last night, one of my cousins sent me a text. She was concerned because she had been involved with a workout class in Memphis and she was having some unusual side effects. By her admission, the class was difficult and intense and she was having sporadic problems with vomiting when she was finished. Of course, […]

7 Years

As I write this, it’s hard to believe 7 years have come and gone so quickly. I’m not sure exactly where I thought RevFit would be at this point but I can assure you I’m not disappointed in the least. As I continue to impress on our clients: be ready to evolve, be capable of […]

“King Richard”

There’s a diner in the area that I frequent called StowNut. If you’re ever in the area, you should check it out. It’s a family owned, small town diner that serves breakfast and lunch and closes up for the day by early afternoon. Aside from the warm feeling I get when I go there, the […]

Humble Beginnings

I was recently in my hometown in Tennessee to pay tribute to the passing of my father (who sadly left us in 2011) and to celebrate the 83rd birthday of my maternal grandmother. While I was there, my grandmother had a book on her coffee table called “The Complete Life’s Little Instruction Book.” If you’ve […]

Had A Dad

Father’s Day is this Sunday. For over 7 years, I’ve been the proud father of a wonderful boy. If you’ve been following me or my newsletters for quite some time, you’ll know I lost my father about 4 years ago to bone marrow cancer. I could go on an on about how great my father […]