The Process: one of the keys to our well-being

If we feel as though our identity is dependent on the outcome then there is no way that we can perform at our best. If your happiness is dependent on accomplishing certain goals, what happens if and when life intervenes? What if you're plans are snubbed out? If outside events that are completely out of…

What does fitness look like to you?

What does fitness look like to you? If you had asked me this question a couple of years ago my answer would be completely different than it is now. The reason being, is that much like anything else in life, my perception of what it means to be fit has adapted and evolved and will…

Stressing out!

What do you think of when you read or hear the word stress? Our current outlook that we have towards stress is a negative one and today, like any other day I feel that this is something that we should attempt to unpack a little bit more. If we were to take a look into…

Chasing Progress

The pursuit of perfection is something that so many of us often get caught up in while in reality there is no room for that sort of pursuit in this game that we're playing. Perfection does not exist. How many times have you found yourself waiting for the perfect time to do something, for the…

Not all physical activity is created equal.

What do you think about when you see the word "conditioning"? Did it have something to do with cardio? I wouldn't blame you if that's what first came to mind. We like using definitions here so lets take a look into what our working definition of conditioning is. Conditioning as defined by the Oxford Dictionary,…

Using cues to increase performance.

If you've ever found yourself playing a sport or in a gym somewhere you've probably at some point been given a piece of information that related to your performance of a skill or movement. For the purpose of this post we'll call this piece of information the 'feedback' that is meant to direct your attention…

HEAVY

What is heavy? For as long as I can remember, the word heavy has been used to describe multiple aspects of my life. I was first exposed to the idea of something being heavy as a child, at what age this word became a part of my vocabulary I honestly can't remember, but what I…