Learn to stop these 5 cognitive biases in their tracks in order to maximize your training and diet success.
“Menopause and Fitness” was a collaborative effort between: Jonathon Mummert (Head Coach of Lose Weight Smiling) and Adam Ali (Mastermind of Physiqonomics). Jonathon has spent countless hours studying the differences that trainers should consider when working with females vs. males. His work on training around the menstrual cycle was featured on Girls Gone Strong and he […]
It can be hard to sieve through all the fitness information on the Internet. Picking out the wheat from the chaff is tough, and to make it worse, even a lot of the good information out there is misunderstood and misused by those who access it. The issue is that we are obsessed with content, […]
“We are what we repeatedly do.” Aristotle gave us this insight into habits over 2,000 years ago and it remains true. A habit is a response to a contextual cue that we have developed over time by giving the same response to the same contextual cue. In other words, a habit is something we repeatedly […]
Remember Super Mario? How he would risk life and limb, through the treacherous realms of Mario world, battling an array of baddies to rescue Princess Peach, only to find a mushroom-headed bro tell him: “Sorry mate, but the princess is in another castle.’’ (I always imagined Toad with a British accent. Go figure.) Off he […]
For those of you why don’t know, there’s an absurd amount of misinformation in the fitness industry. In few niches is that more true that training for women. I want to throw my opinion in the ring in the hopes that you, my concerned readers, will share it around and a few women will read […]