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Fit Tips – Doing the Squat Correctly

Fit Tips – Doing the Squat Correctly

  Squatting is a basic movement that we do repetitively throughout the day….. Sitting in a chair, using the toilet, bending down to pick up the cat or a bag of groceries. Unfortunately many people have difficulty with this movement, sacrificing form to...
My Journey Into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

My Journey Into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

A little bit about me (those of you who know me already know this)… I love being physical. Whether it’s lifting weights, rock climbing or riding my bike – I love being strong and am passionate about staying healthy & active.  Nine months ago, I decided to try...
Fit Tips – The Proper Push-Up

Fit Tips – The Proper Push-Up

  The push-up is a foundational exercise that myself and Austin typically include into most exercise programs. In this video Austin describes some common errors that can exacerbate the shoulder and rotator cuff when improperly performing the push-up. He then...
Fit Tips – The Seated (Scapular) Row

Fit Tips – The Seated (Scapular) Row

    The Seated or Scapular Row is a great exercise that focuses on strengthening the upper posterior chain and scapular retractors.     When performed seated on a stability ball, this exercise will help develop your core strength as well as your postural...
Learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the Age of 55

Learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the Age of 55

  I’m a white belt. A beginner. It’s taken 7 months of consistent training at an average of 3 days/week (2 hours per session) — roughly 150 hours of intense focus and physically demanding rolling (training on the ground) with guys and gals that are as much...