Danny Lesslie

Preferential Lunging

I am a huge proponent of lunging. Unilateral movement is a terrific way to even out discrepancies you may have on one side versus the other. There are a few key points that I want to discuss when it comes to lunging. The first is the front or back lunge dilemma. People always ask which

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The Edge

In our ‘Intro Session’ we talk about many things. One of the things I always talk about with people is the edge of their known fitness. That somewhat fuzzy place that feels like the limit of what they can do. A very clear metaphor for this is walking to the edge of a cliff. It

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Clips

Have you ever be unfortunate enough to witness someone “rack” a bar and miss one J-hook. The one end of the bar falls, all of the weights drop off then the other side hurdles toward the ground, sending a forty-five pound steel bar flying into the air. It sure sounds terrifying and, to be honest,

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Resources

So much of our time is spent on the gathering and the storing and the care of resources. We work all day so we can have food, a house, a car, a phone, the newest clothes, watches, jewelry, stereos, and the list goes on and on. We have collections of things solely for the purpose

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Intention

Do you review things in your head before you do them? Do you make a list of things to do and then check them off? Are you mentally in the game during your day? Are you actively pursuing your life? I firmly believe intention is directly related to happiness. I’m not talking about the happiness

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