Get stoked enough to make real changes.

We all want quick fixes. Who wouldn't? Unfortunately, mounds of research indicate that there aren't any quick fixes when it comes to health. Most people (over 90%) who lose weight via a fitness program or diet plan gain it back within a few years. The only way to become your healthiest self (which isn't about weight) is to make changes to your lifestyle. Our hope is to provide educational and inspiring content that will help you make many small choices that lead to a healthy lifestyle over time. We look forward to your engagement and feedback!


If you are weary of the stagnation of indoor running or the inflexible discomfort of hard pavement, you might consider trail running...
If you haven’t already, you may want to consider making the lat pulldown a staple of your exercise regimen...
The seated row with chest support strengthens the back while protecting against excessive strain and potential injury.
Identify and prevent overtraining by learning the causes and symptoms of excessive fatigue and muscle breakdown.
The research indicates the body has a very specific response to cold water immersion and that ice baths may be beneficial..
Learn how icing speeds recovery at the cellular and the broader physiological level. Then learn the best icing practices.
Looking for a way to loosen, massage, elongate, and maintain problematic muscle tissue areas?
With anxiety and depression cases reaching record numbers, society has an exploding mental health problem. Can exercise help curb the trend?
Your source of motivation will also influence how hastily you quit, how doggedly you persist, and how you generally view physical activity.
The most common problems with many "warm-ups" is that they're either poorly designed, unchallenging, or mundane. But should the be scratched all-together?