Since I moved from Boston to Raleigh and opened up my own gym I have realized there is a crossroads when it comes to selling training. A lot of people want what is sexy and social media does a great job of this. There are many trends such as "build your booty programs" and "high intensity everything" as well as "random acts of fitness" thrown together because of the gram! What isn't sexy though is just plain old "good training".
When I'm asked, "Whats the best thing to do for ________ ". The last word of that question usually falls into one of four categories. These four categories are what I like to call the "Pillars of Health". People come to the Training Room in order to improve themselves and that doesn't stop at learning... Continue Reading →