Special Holiday Hours

The next two weeks are a special time around the gym. We’ll both be enabling students to train through the holiday season and observing some days off for the holidays. Our schedule is as follows: Holiday Week 1: Monday December 21 – 6:30AM-9:30AM & 4:30-7:30PM Tuesday December 22 – 6:30AM-9:30AM & 4:30-7:30PM Wednesday December 23

Long Live the Resilient

I’m either a lunatic, old soul, or a reincarnated version of the guy that tells that story about walking to school in the snow, up hill, both ways (which never happened, by the way). I do, however, see a general problem in our population when it comes to resilience, or lack thereof. Life, after all,

What is “Pretty Work?”

“Pretty work, guys. PRETTY WORK!” If you’ve ever been at the gym while Tyler’s around, you’ve probably heard this praise for “pretty work.” Tyler is an artist. He’s rarely talking about how fast one is moving. I’ve never seen him make a claim about someone’s bar weight. Yet, we keep hearing this, “Pretty work!” I’d

Time Says So

After experiencing a friend’s new, local bar for the first time. My mind was in deep appreciation for time. Scotch, bourbon, and whiskey’s older than I am are part of the experience. When thinking about it, it’s hard not to appreciate what it means to survive the volatility life’s stressors. My favorite author, Nassim Taleb,

A (Training Age) Infant in the Wild

They say it takes a village to raise a child. The warmth of the village helps develop a child until an age when he/she is ready to roam free. When it comes to training, we have an “age” in reference to your experience. This “training age” is similar to that of the evolution of a child