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Coach’s Blog'S ARCHIVE

  • Be One of the 8%

    By admin | In Announcements, Coach's Blog | on January 12, 2016

    The New Year is always full of promise. It is a time for renewal and starting over. Many people use the holiday season to set goals and resolutions for a better year. Certainly it is important to set goals/resolutions as it is a great road map to achieving success in all that you do. According […]

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  • My PTSD Story By: Matt Spaid

    By Sarah Steadman | In Coach's Blog, Events | on October 26, 2015

    I joined the Marine Corps as soon as I graduated high school in June 2006, and I wouldn’t trade a second of it. I went infantry, and after the various schools I was assigned to 3rd Battalion 4th Marines, Lima Company, 3rd Platoon. We were the most combat deployed battalion in the Marines for OIF […]

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  • Text Neck…..It’s a Thing

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on March 9, 2015

    Look around you today and notice the number of people that look just like the picture above as they wait for the coffee at Starbucks, or at a restaurant, malls, at the office, where ever. It has probably become so common that we actually do not notice. But it is time to become self aware […]

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  • Surviving the Holidays

    By Rob | In Announcements, Coach's Blog | on December 3, 2014

    I love the holidays. That time between Thanksgiving and New Years. (I don’t like that it is extended beyond that like Christmas Carols Nov 1st.)  It is a great time of year, family, football, food, reflection,…. food. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, we celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas. My parents came to town and they totally go […]

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  • Keep Active During the Holidays

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on November 20, 2014

    It is that time of year again. The holidays are upon us and that means hustle and bustle. But it does not mean you should let your fitness slide. Even if you can’t get into the box to crush a wod, you can still get in a good workout that will keep you steady, moving […]

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  • So I looked up the other day and realized that it was 15 years ago this month that I started my first job in the fitness industry. It is crazy how quickly time passed and how far I have come as a trainer; so much change and growth. I went all in on this thing, […]

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  • Egos are funny things. We can really trip ourselves up by being a slave to our egos. Having ego isn’t always a bad thing, egos can help us push the envelop which helps us progress. Where it becomes a bad thing is when we don’t manage our egos rather we let our egos manage us. […]

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  • What is on my bookshelf….

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on October 7, 2014

    As you probably know I am a training information nerd. And every now and then a fitness book comes along that is pretty significant if not revolutionary. Back in 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding was published, it was probably one of the most revolutionary books on fitness of its time. And for most […]

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  • Catching Up With Coach “No Rep”

    By admin | In Coach's Blog | on April 7, 2014

    How did you first get into fitness? I had always been involved in sports since an early age. I played baseball, basketball, soccer, and a little tennis and enjoyed swimming and kayaking in the lake behind my house. My first recollection of actual training goes back to high school when my baseball coach would set […]

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  • Inch Wide Mile Deep

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on March 12, 2014

    Part of my philosophy as a coach is to be a student first. As I dig deeper and deeper into movement, fitness and wellness, I certainly discover how much more I need to learn. Being a student helps me be a better coach. At the RKC seminars I have attended, they talk about how the […]

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  • · What is your background? I’m a lifelong science nerd and athlete! The nerdy part I’ve fed with my undergraduate training in biology which turned into a dozen years spent teaching high school kids about chemistry and biology; the athlete part I’ve developed through participation in several competitive sports since I was a kid! · […]

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