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Core Centricity

Practical Thoughts on Aesthetics, Training, and Lifestyle What’s the first thing that enters your head when you hear the word “core?” You probably think of washboard abs, fitness models, and a summer-ready, beach body. I don’t blame you. Well-defined, washboard abs are the epitome of the conditioned body. But it is with regret that I […]

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Indulge in Life, Not Cookies

What do you find value in? There is no wrong answer here – as long as your goals provide you with lasting self- worth. To apply successful dieting and regular movement, I want you to think of the path of least resistance. Is your life’s mission to eat cookies, drink beer, and Netflix and chill? […]

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The Kitchen to the Kettlebell

3 Six-Pack Hacks for Mindful Nutrition and Movement Health It all starts with purpose: develop healthy and sustainable eating habits while building the body of your dreams. Our purpose-driven goals seem simple enough: stick to a diet rich in whole, unprocessed foods, and stay consistent in our movement efforts. As a strength & conditioning coach […]

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How to Kettlebell Swing

How to Kettlebell Swing Here is a brief tutorial on the hard style kettlebell swing. The swing is one of my favorite exercises because it has tremendous benefits to power development, conditioning, strength, and is safe for both novice and expert athletes. Tools and Resources Used in This Video ———— Resource #1: hip hinge against […]

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Natural San Diego: 5 Hiking Destinations

San Diego’s diverse geographies provide a backdrop of beauty to our city, but also present a canvas to the outdoor enthusiast. Minimal investment is required to become an amateur hiker: a solid pair of shoes, a researched destination, and a willingness to adventure. Since summer is prime hiking season, dust, noise, and crowds can be […]

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A Life Full of Fitness

Honestly, I would describe myself as a “fit” person. I think where my definition differs is that I’m not looking at my own (or my clients’) outside appearance when making this determination. If a “fit” person were determined by daily gym attendances, lifting staggering weights, and living on endorphin highs, then my effectiveness as an […]

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Conscious Eating

I always teach my clients that awareness is the FIRST and LAST step. Being completely conscious of one’s decisions about food leads to many positive health benefits. We either nurture ourselves while we eat, enjoying and savoring every bite while we give our bodies what they need, or we mindlessly shovel whatever is convenient into […]

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