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How to Be the Coolest Person in the Gym with One Exercise

Published on November 11, 2014 by in Uncategorized

  One of the best ways to accomplish gym coolness is to master the most difficult exercise in the gym. You might be asking, “What is the most difficult exercise in the gym?” Is it the pull up? Maybe even the muscle up? While pull ups and muscle ups are no easy task, they are

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Pooh Foot from “Gym Wind”

Published on December 30, 2013 by in Just for fun

The response for my second book Gym Wind, Indecent Exposures, and Other Short Stories has been great so far! Here is what one reader had to say: “I’m going to have to encourage you to write more, thank you for the chuckles thus far good job :D:D” So I bring you my last preview into

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A Cast of Characters: From the Book Gym Wind

Published on December 29, 2013 by in Just for fun

On the heels of my last post about gym experiences, today I bring you another short story from my gym going days, which is also a chapter in my new book Gym Wind, Indecent Exposure, and Other Short Stories available for download on Amazon.com. “A Cast of Characters” Do you ever give people that you have never met before

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Indecent Exposure at the Gym

This is a story from my gym going days. I was 18 (maybe 19) at the time and I tell the story as it happened. In it, I get some exposure I am not expecting.   I had a long day at work, which was really a normal day because all of my workdays on

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Your Fitness Efforts Might Fail without This

Creating a fitness environment What does it mean to create a fitness environment? A beautiful gym? A clean workout area at home with cutting edge equipment? All of those things are cool, but what I am talking about is creating an environment of influences that work for you and not against you and your fitness goals.

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Try This Easy Technique to Stick with Exercise

The Coupling Effect In the last post I wrote about finding the time to exercise and how to make room for exercise in daily life. But once the time to exercise has been found, how can you stick with it and make it a habit. One way is to apply the Coupling Technique. What is

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A Murphy’s Law Start to the Day

Published on June 27, 2013 by in Just for fun

Murphy’s Law   Well, my old pal Murph stopped by this morning. Hadn’t seen him in a while, but for my typical morning routine of breakfast, a short bike ride, some gym time, a little more bike riding, and 2nd breakfast (which I normally do solo) he showed up. This is how the morning went:

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Self Confidence and Healthy Living

Published on June 24, 2013 by in Motivation

“Trust thyself, every heart vibrates to that iron string” – Ralph Waldo Emerson   Confidence. Confidence. Confidence. Often times we criticize ourselves, and we are our own worst critics. We get wrapped up in competition with others and if we don’t measure up to other people’s accomplishments and standards we feel, well, short of what

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