Your First 4 Weeks at Purebred

Your First 4 Weeks at Purebred

This week we have a guest post by the ever-awesome Bridget Carney! Here's a glimpse into what a new-comer to the program can expect. Read on! .................. “I really don’t think I’ll ever squat again,” These were the words I uttered to my chiropractor, Dr. Nick...

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Enough

Enough

What is enough? Reflecting on the throws of societal pressures to prop ourselves up to arbitrary standards and notions of success, it serves an amazing opportunity to ask ourselves what we truly long for. To finally decide: What do I want for myself? Not what others...

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Better than Nothing

Better than Nothing

Are you a perfectionist? If things don't go 100% accordingly to plan or you can't adhere to the "perfect" schedule do you FREAK OUT!! 🙁 Well it's not that uncommon! Especially when it comes to the fitness and weight loss industry, there's some very obvious tendencies...

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Daily Hype

Daily Hype

Someone asked me the other day: "Are you this happy everyday?" I reflected for a second and replied "yes." A few years ago, I would not have necessarily been able to say the same thing. A while ago, I made a shift, and I started a daily practice that transformed my...

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Lean into Fear

Lean into Fear

How can you conquer an enemy you don't understand? Duh. Fear is nothing more than a misunderstanding and an emotional reaction to the dreaded "UNKNOWN." Especially as we progress through our life, and move into roles of mastery in specific areas of our life, our...

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Deload to Reload

Deload to Reload

Deload? Isn't the point of getting stronger to add more weight to lifts? Well...Yes. Aaannd No. For the novice to intermediate trainee, the importance of incorporating planned periods of decreased "intensity" aka "lower the weight on the bar" seems like a...

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Helping Yourself By Mentoring Others

Helping Yourself By Mentoring Others

With the excitement of the new mentorship program brewing, I reflected on the unseen benefit of assuming a leadership role in guiding others. For a long time, I lived as a hypocrite. The way I was training myself, was completely contrary to the recommendations I was...

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Social Success

Social Success

Ever hear of this? -  "We are the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with." When you think about it, this makes complete sense. These are the individuals that we choose to engage in on the most routine basis, and as such, they are the means by which our...

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Perpetually Prepared

Perpetually Prepared

When it comes to weight loss, strength development, or general wellness, you come to realize that guiding a client through that journey is much more about lifestyle management than just nutritional strategies and what exercises/rep scheme you should be deploying. A...

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