Attainable Goals vs. the World

It's Friday, January 11. Chance are, you set a New Year's resolution to lose weight and get in shape (in 2018, roughly 45% of resolutions vowed to do this). Yet, statistically, the obesity rate in the United States continues to rise. It's no secret that 80% of New Year's resolutions fail and merely 8% of … Continue reading Attainable Goals vs. the World

Happy New Year — You’re On Your Own

Alright, so December happened. In my last post I wore y'all out about Thanksgiving etiquette and how to not be a gym-bro douchebag during the holidays and then apparently took a hiatus from content. But lo and behold, here I am, blogging on January 1. https://media.giphy.com/media/xQJ0PSQFOWJBC/giphy.gif Classic personal trainer move, no? Perking up at the … Continue reading Happy New Year — You’re On Your Own

The Weekly Thing 11/26

Alright, so we made it through Thanksgiving. My holiday consisted of me helping my girlfriend's family make mashed potatoes, tricking her dog into staying upstairs away from the guests and eating so much that I hated myself and spent the remainder of the afternoon piled up in a comfy chair holding my belly. I didn't … Continue reading The Weekly Thing 11/26

The Weekly Thing 1/8, aka “New Year, Who Dis?”

It's the second week of January, guys -- know what that means? Statistically a quarter of all New Year's resolutions involve eating better and getting in the gym more, yet by the second week of January -- again, statistically -- we're dangerously close to 40% failure already. This stat isn't new to me and it's … Continue reading The Weekly Thing 1/8, aka “New Year, Who Dis?”