Why Your Workouts Shouldn’t ALWAYS Be Fun

By Milo | June 22, 2020

“Woah.. what do you mean, Coach?!”   That’s right – your workouts shouldn’t ALWAYS be fun.  In case no one ever told you.. Doing things you don’t like can make you…

The Squat: Do’s and Don’ts

By Milo | June 15, 2020

The squat.. Is it the king of all exercises?  I’m not here to spark a debate, but one thing is for sure:  The barbell back squat is a fundamental, compound…

Finding Your Fitness Niche

By Milo | June 8, 2020

You can’t be everything to everybody.   This is a concept that we’ve written about before, but as the world continues to change, it’s worth reminding you in a time of…

Are You Willing to Pay The Price?

By Milo | June 1, 2020

Success means different things to different people. Success might be reaching a goal that you’ve set at work. It might be winning some kind of competition. Success might be following…

Post-Quarantine Gym Etiquette

By Milo | May 25, 2020

Gym etiquette has always been important, but will be more important than ever as gyms open back up.  Having terrible gym etiquette is a surefire way to upset others and…

5 Resistance Band Exercises for Strength

By Milo | May 18, 2020

One of my fitness secrets is that I travel with a resistance band everywhere I go.  It’s so easy for me to roll up a band, throw it in my…

I Never Thought I’d Be Into “Barefoot” Running

By Milo | May 11, 2020

First, let me start this article by addressing why the word “barefoot” is in quotes.  I do NOT believe that running without shoes is the best idea.  You should have…

Why Thor’s Deadlift Was Way Bigger Than 501 Kg

By Milo | May 4, 2020

I witnessed it live.  A human being pulled 501 kg (1104.5 lbs) off the ground and stood up with it; unbelievable. This was one of the most hyped lifts I’ve…

3 Questions You MUST Ask Your Clients

By Milo | April 27, 2020

There are two types of trainers:  Those who ask for feedback from their clients and those who don’t. If your goal is to help people, you need feedback and constructive…