Has anyone ever said that to you before? I have heard it more than once. Sometimes we can stand in the way of our own progress. We can get hyper-focused on something that we want and have so much emotion around it (and at times, unrealistic expectations about things outside of our control) and feel […]
I fell in love with strength training a decade ago and that love is still going strong. I learned so many things the hard way that I am grateful for as it has made me a better coach and a better person. I made mistakes that have sent me down rabbit holes that changed my […]
While this post may appear to be about deadlifting (and I do love deadlifts) it is actually about so much more. Read on… In the social media world, many people love to talk about their success stories and paint a picture of perfection.
We have been home for three weeks. As we move into week four, how is everyone doing? How are you choosing to spend your time? Have your priorities changed? For the healthcare workers, first responders, delivery drivers, and other essential employees on the front lines, I am grateful for you.
For many years, I used intense exercise to relieve stress. Several years ago when I had a full-time corporate career, two kids under the age of two (one that did not sleep through the night at that point), I still got up at 4 AM to go to the gym to train because it was the only time I thought I could do it.
Social connection is a basic human need much like our need for air, food, water, shelter, and sleep. As we navigate this isolation period, the Greenstein crew is experiencing some emotional highs and lows. Five days into their e-learning and my kids want to fire their new teacher.