New Year in Texas: Early mornings and getting sh*t done

It is the second day of January and I wore shorts.  The day started off stormy.  Dark and thundery clouds rolled in fast, followed by rain that came in sideways.  It was 7.30am and I was at the box (the CrossFit gym), having just finished my workout.  But by lunchtime, the sun broke out andContinue reading “New Year in Texas: Early mornings and getting sh*t done”

Surviving Gym Culture: Crush it before it crushes you

I step in the gym, and I feel it.  Maybe I’m too sensitive.  It might be all in my mind.  But I’m sure that I’m on the outside of the ‘in’ crowd.  I feel for just a moment like the little, socially awkward girl I was in school – never quite fitting in and feelingContinue reading “Surviving Gym Culture: Crush it before it crushes you”

Establishing an At-Home Exercise Routine

The following is a piece I worked on recently with about exercising at home.  Enjoy! Building a regular and interesting exercise routine can be a daunting prospect for those new to it. A plethora of unanswered questions can loom over you: How often do I need to exercise? How long should my workout sessions be?Continue reading “Establishing an At-Home Exercise Routine”

Zero to One: the hardest step

I have the privilege of working with what I see as the entire breadth human abilities. From those who are struggling to maintain a healthy level of general functioning, to those cautiously approaching a positive change, to those who are taking their performance to an even higher level. Although dealing with a high achieving individualContinue reading “Zero to One: the hardest step”