Static vs. Dynamic Stretching

Everyday we set out to prep our bodies for the workout of the day, we mobilize in some way, shape, or form. Some of that time “stretching” is done with static stretching. Most of it, however, is dynamic. When you think of stretching, the images that most likely pop into your head are of grade

Gas in the Tank

Often in class, the coaching staff talks about pacing, your threshold, or make references to what “gear” students are working in. A huge skill in training is knowing your body. It’s no different than knowing your car, in some ways. My truck, for example, doesn’t have much success barreling into turns at 75 MPH. Now,


I am fully, 100%, no-doubt-about-it projecting when I say, patience is of the utmost importance. I don’t have patience. Not an ounce of it. But, if you or I, or anyone else for that matter, is ever going to see long lasting success, we’ve got to find a way to be patient. Now, for those

“Glory Days”

I was talking with a business partner just yesterday about the idea of “glory days.” By talking about it, I mean I was declaring war against the idea that one’s better days are behind him/her. Now, I understand I am far too young to write a treatise against this, but I’ll continue nonetheless. The goal

Featured Student: Jose Guadalupe Jimenez Romero Jr.

Name: Jose Guadalupe Jimenez Romero Jr. Age: 25 Hometown: Los Angeles, CA Occupation: Post Production 1. What is your fitness background? My Fitness background is not very impressive. I’ve completed P90x once, but was looking for something a little more intense to push me and not have to stare at the TV. 2. How long