[VIDEO] See it. Do it.

With all this talk of video analysis, I think it’s important to continue to emphasis the power of visual learning. For many students, an organized leg cycles under the hips and extension at the top of a barbell lean are theoretical concepts. “Yea, I get it in theory. But, how or does that ever really happen?” is

What are you going to do with all that fitness?

A hilarious commercial featuring Chris Spealler, one of the fittest men on Earth, coined the sarcastic inquiry first, but I think there’s something more to it. We must not lose sight of why we come to train in the first place. Unequivocally students come to us to improve their lives. They want to look, feel,

Do It (Better)

By now, you’re understanding that the basis of our training is about doing more work, faster. That’s why it pays not just to try hard but to do the thing well. That’s called skill. And, with skill we can separate ourselves from the pack. It’s the reason why David’s can beat Goliaths. It’s also the

A State of Mind

Things aren’t quite right if the mood is off, wouldn’t you agree? Imagine sitting down for a life insurance meeting at Chuck-E-Cheese or enjoying an herb crusted sea bass prepared by an award winning chef by candle light to the sounds of max volume Slayer coming out of the speakers. Sure, even in the bedroom

NOTE: It Takes 5 Years to Squat as Well as a 2 Year Old

Yesterday I couldn’t help but notice a baby and her father at the local coffee shop during an afternoon break. Now, I’m not the first person to capture the innate brilliance of a baby’s squat mechanics, but the opportunity was too good to pass up. Here’s what I saw: What really makes this photo a