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I have often been called ‘stoic’ in my approach, and I would agree with this observation but perhaps not in the way it was intended. Stoic is defined as either enduring pain or hardship without showing feelings or complaining, or as a member of the ancient philosophical school of Stoicism. Coming from a military background,…

The Mistake Killing Your Progress

With social media we have a window into people’s lives, a chance to see what the people we find inspirational do on a daily basis. Or the parts they choose to reveal at least. This access is a double edged sword. On one hand it can serve as a source of motivation and relevant information…

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12 min

Plan To Excel

TNE stands for understanding and applying the fundamentals of health and fitness, and nothing fits that statement better than understanding how to plan and structure your training. Before we start it is important to understand that if you are just starting out it will take time to build the experience and knowledge to become proficient…

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16 min

Weights vs. Bodyweight

Bodyweight training is a legitimate option for anyone interested in building an impressive physique, increasing strength and improving athletic performance, mobility, and flexibility.

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6 min

The Power of Lifting

A lesson I took from the military is that challenging your body is the greatest method to discovering the strength of your mind. With weightlifting, there’s no lying to yourself about what you can and can’t do.

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6 min

Tracking Training

When it comes to training there is something incredibly simple that anybody can implement immediately: what gets measured improves! This is completely true when it comes to fitness.

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5 min