Author: Ryan Carroll

Juicing. The Only Thing It Will Cleanse is Your Wallet.

First off, before you get your crystals and sage in a bunch, I believe juicing has a potential to offer some benefits and is a huge source of vitamins and minerals. However, that may not be what you need, it may have potential negative effects and if you buy it pre-juiced, you’re paying way too […]

The First Hour

What do you do with the first hour you wake up? For many, this question begets an immediate sigh of disappointment in themselves, spikes a cortisol stress response and/or has the person being held back by their wife while they’re trying to attack me for being a “pretentious little asshole that doesn’t know what it’s […]

Cheryl’s Journey

Over the past 14 years in this industry, constantly trying to improve my practice and become better at what I do, it is always hard not to take a client’s struggles, failures, or lack of responsibility personal. I do what I’ve learned works best for clients globally then begin to hone in on specific individual needs […]

Cholesterol; The Good, The Bad, and the Bullshit

We are constantly struggling to make our lives better. If something or someone is causing a problem, we try to get rid of it. So when your doctor tells you that cholesterol is clogging your arteries, it makes sense to get rid of it, stop eating foods with cholesterol in them or that raise cholesterol. […]

The First Five Steps to Being Super Human

Clients ask me to give them everything they need in order to get in shape, be happier, healthier, stronger, smarter, so on and so on and so on. The tough part is that people are very impatient with their goals/wants/needs/desires. They overcomplicate, rush the end-product, and ultimately end up failing, becoming more confused and completely […]

Stretching, Mobility and the Confused

Stretching and warming up are essential to preventing injury, increasing and creating balance throughout the body. But there is a difference between the two. A lot of misinformed fitness professionals and coaches static stretch their clients and athletes before strength training, endurance, sport, ect. They do this in order to “warm up the muscles”. The problem is […]

Supplemental Handicap

sup·ple·ment noun; ˈsəpləmənt/ something that completes or enhances something else when added to it. People are constantly going to supplements looking for an instant cure to very large picture issues like; weight loss, testosterone enhancement, energy, cognitive function, arthritis, and pretty much any disease/disorder/discomfort you can think of. While they definitely can help you get there, […]