1. What are you training for: Health, Fitness, or Sport?

    Knowing the difference will determine how your fitness plan is created. We all know that improving our health is vitally important to living a longer, more fulfilling life.  With that being said, is your health and fitness program aligned with the goals you want out of that program? If your goals a…Read More

  2. Healthy Hip Protocol – Part 3

    Strong, mobile, and stable hips are now possible with our hip protocol. The first two series build mobility and stability. The final sequence now uses an advanced stability exercises and strength exercises to complete the sequence. In the first series, we focused on the basic exercises to build mobi…Read More

  3. Healthy Hip Protocol Part 1

    The Hips are a powerful set of muscles. Make sure you can use them! Whether you are a general fitness fanatic, endurance based athlete, team sport athlete, crossfitter, or weight lifter, the hips are one of the key areas you need to have an adequate amount of mobility, flexibility, stability, and st…Read More

  4. Exercise of the Week – Reverse Lunges

    Of the many variations of the lunge, I am convinced that learning the lunge by stepping backward is the easiest. Most of the clients I have coached the reverse  lunge have had little issues with knee alignment versus a walking lunge. This is not to say that a static lunge or walking lunge are bad…Read More

  5. One Last Time…

    To race or not to race...thats what I was thinking watching the weather leading up to Pinehurst Triathlon. Well, with the weather looking good and the registration deadline looming, I decided to race. I heard this was a tough course with a longer bike and also both the bike and run were hilly but th…Read More