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A Church Workout You can do at Home

This past Saturday I had the pleasure of joining together with a few good people at Faith Assembly church in Pasco for some conversation, bible reading, and working out – 3 things I am a big fan of. I am leading a small group class called “Fit Together” which is a part of a great

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How to Keep Working Out Beyond February

Published on January 12, 2015 by in Uncategorized

I’m not going to blab a lot on this post. This one is a cut-to-the-chase how-to tutorial on working out for the long-term. As I write this it is January, and in the fitness industry the synonym for January is “busy.” A lot of people are working out right now, you might be one of

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My New Book!

It’s January, and it’s about that time for me to release another book. This one here is completely free. If you like the articles I have written lately, I’m sure you’ll like the book. It’s full of that Glen Gosch sarcasm, humor, and even some useful stuff about achieving your fitness goals.   This one

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Why You Should Absolutely set a New Year Goal!

Go for it! Do the resolution thing! I’m in your corner with it! Some people will tell you not to set a New Year’s Resolution because most people start resolutions (goals) and do not see them through. This has nothing to do with January, or New Year’s Day, or some sort of resolution curse. Most

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11 Styles of Fitness in 140 or Less

Published on November 22, 2014 by in Just for fun

There are a lot of different styles and personalities in the world of fitness. In this post today I am breaking down many flavors of fitness in the style of Twitter.   And for this post I cannot take credit on the concept. My soon to be famous (or already famous, depending on when you

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Ninja, Farm Boys, Locker Rooms, Beer, and Voodoo: My Trip to Portland

This weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Fall Fitness Forum in Portland, hosted by Northwest Personal Training Education at the Multnomah Athletic Club (“The MAC”). The whole experience was pretty freaking awesome and I came away with a lot of great information. Lend me your ear – or eyes I guess – and

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Today’s Workout (or non-workout)

I have the all-important rest day on my plate today.   This afternoon I took a drive to Portland to get ready for a fitness conference workshop sort of thing.   Here with four of my friends/colleagues – all of us fitness pros – we went out for some Mexican food (like fitness pros do).

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Today’s Workout: Upper Body Strength Test

I must say that in my early workout days I would skip my leg workouts way too often. I sucked at doing squats and my lower body strength was horrible. These days I rarely miss a lower body workout, so this week has been weird with only doing upper body. I am not going to

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Food Prep Day: Preparing to eat healthy for (most of) the week

Published on August 30, 2014 by in Healthy Eating

Alright, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about nutrition lately and the importance of nutrition in weight loss. How do I eat eat healthy on a budget? How do I eat healthy when my spouse is not on board? How can I stay consistent with my diet? I plan on addressing these and other

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Should, Could, Don’t or Should, Could, Do

Published on January 12, 2014 by in Motivation

Jim Rohn is one of my favorite authors and speakers, and I often quote him because a lot of the principles he taught relate well to health and fitness. One of my favorite fundamentals he taught was the formula for disaster and formula for success. The formula for disaster is: Should, Could, Don’t (or Won’t,

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