Campbell Lillard

Campbell has been working in both the fitness and nonprofit industries since 2018 after his release from Texas State Prison. During his time in prison, Campbell realized that there was much about himself he did not like, however training showed him that he could change if he set an intention and applied work. This realization led him on an obsessive quest to become the best version of himself he possibly could through subjecting himself to stress and challenge. He believes fitness is the relentless pursuit of growth. Today, he is passionate about using his unique life experiences to relate to and empower others. He uses movement as an effective place to start the conversation and believes in showing up 100 percent for his athletes. It is his drive and passion that lead him to Los Angeles to develop and train at the best gym in the world.

Collective Illusions: Will Topple Governments, Change Your Life

“…In everyone, there is some willingness to merge with the anonymous crowd and to flow comfortably along with it down the river of pseudo-life.” -Vaclav Havel  My man Vaclav was

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All Models Are Wrong (Part 4 of 4)

Letting go of something that has served us in the part or that we are emotionally attached to is hard. The behavior or belief that we are trying to let

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What’s in a Word

Sometimes, I get a little nerdy about words. There is more nuance to language than anyone could possibly hope to understand and the way that it has developed is really

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All Models Are Wrong (Part 3 of 4)

So far we’ve just talked about theory, which is cute. But, until the rubber meets the road and this gets personal, it’s just words.  Don’t worry. I’m going to spare

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DEUCE Weightlifting Goes Global

That’s right, we didn’t stutter. Thanks to Coach Sam Love, Weightlifting 202 is now available anywhere in the world.  If you don’t know Coach Sam, don’t feel bad, but she

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