Mental fitness extends further than your ability to suffer through workouts, and training your mind is just as important as your physical training in your path to becoming a better athlete. ...

If you had worked with me on nutrition or fitness, you most likely have heard me comparing you to a horse or a dog. Some people don't like it. Some look at me with a wtf face. It is simple though. I ask my athlete:...

Last week I had a fantastic opportunity. I was invited to talk to a bunch of 8th graders about fitness and lifestyle habits. It is COVID times so I did not get to speak to them directly as I would have preferred, but I still...

You probably know it by now. I have things to say. Thanks to the questions and lessons I learned from you, I always have a big list of blog ideas, video ideas, Instagram ideas, and even book ideas. Sometimes in those lists, patterns emerge. I...

Man! You know Francine, she gives it to me straight. We know she does not like it when I talk too much. And you probably can guess she hates it when I talk to her about meditation and mindset. Now imagine what happened the other...

Often the most laborious work is the most neglected and underestimated. When it comes to nutrition, my experience tells me that most of us focus on the things that we have little or none control over. We fool ourselves thinking we can eat a given...

Let's talk food today! In my years of helping people change their eating habits, I have learned so much about human behavior. Nothing really comes close to it. Running and Olympic lifting are fantastic, don't get me wrong, but changing the way we eat is...

Mindset training is one of my favorite coaching experiences. Teaching somebody how to do a muscle-up is deeply satisfying, lowering a marathon time is surprisingly rewarding, improving sleep quality is not valued enough. Helping somebody change their mindset is a different thing. It really connects...

Are you a victim of your metrics? Are you constantly trying to better your metrics, just to feel frustrated and unaccomplished? I have been there, it is awful. In this post I present to you a set of principles that will help you use metrics...