We just finished our 360 Degree Strength Class here in Berkely and had a great time. Not only did we learn a new way to gain strength, we also spent some time breaking down the neurology of strength. Having knowledge
Last week, we started a discussion (a rather long on ;)) on Motivation. The main premise was that motivation is an actual skill that can be developed. If you missed last week’s article, you can click below to read it.
When you think of the word motivation, what do you think of? For me, I get a few different images that, honestly, aren’t too pleasant. Being in the fitness industry, the first image I see is that of a trainer/coach
The entire Bay Area, including us here in Berkeley, is holding its collective breath and hoping that Steph Curry’s knee injury heals quickly and the Warriors continue their historic run to an NBA Championship. While accidents happen, and this seemed
Feet turned out (or even just one foot) is commonly referred to as “duck foot” and something that is seen very often. This video is a quick drill you can do daily to help improve it. Video Highlights: 1. Foot
As 2015 Comes to a close, we wanted to do something a little different. We compiled a list of just some of the incredible accomplishments of our members over the course of the year. This has been an incredible year
The holidays are upon us, and with them comes busy schedules, long days, and lots of stress. One of the best ways to combat the holiday stress and give you more energy to enjoy them is to learn to breathe
We have been asked many times for a quick “elevator speech” that explains what we do and how we are different. We shot a quick video, complete with slides, that explains our approach and how we differ from traditional methods.
In our Sustenance workshop, we spent a lot of time looking at habits. One of the key concepts is in order to make any sort of change, it needs to be made as simple as possible and as specific as possible
What’s Really Happening When You’re Catching a Letterball? This week, we have a very interesting video created by Dr. Eric Cobb of Z-Health giving us an explanation of what is actually going on in the brain when we do something