Category Archives: Interviews & Reviews

How Variety Can Help You Reach Your Goals

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They say, “variety is the spice of life” – and in most cases, variety can have very positive impacts on your life. When it comes to training, that adage still holds true – but only when incorporated in a safe, effective, and thoughtful manner.     In general, we advocate sticking to one goal at…

Going Off the Deep End at Steve Atlas’s Body Practice Immersion

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We had a great time teaching at last weekend’s GMB seminar and had lots of fun with amazing people. Seminars are great, but when you’re on the teaching side of things, there is a bit of stress involved with making sure everyone there has the best experience possible. So, after being on the teaching end of…

Bodyweight Exercise Interview with Mike Fitch from Global Bodyweight Training

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When worlds collide, magic happens. And that’s exactly what this interview between our own Ryan Hurst and Global Bodyweight Training’s Mike Fitch was – magical. I’ll just cut right to the chase and give you the goods. Here’s the audio version of the interview:     For the more visual learners in the audience, here’s…

Get Moving: Simple Hacks from 5 Experts (and some ideas from the GMB Team…)

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At the heart of exercise and fitness is movement. Strength is great, but not if you are stiff as a statue. Flexibility is good, but only if you have the strength to move your body gracefully from place to place. There are a lot of qualities to admire in the athletes and performers out there,…

Book Report – Geeking Out on Learning

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We’re pretty much geeks in every way at GMB, but especially when it comes to books. Everyone on team GMB has a love of reading, and whenever we come across a book that’s interesting and exciting, we can’t wait to share with one another. In fact, we love books so much that our charity partner of…