12 Must Haves for your Gym Bag
When you first start going to the gym, you may not understand what you need. You see all these people with bags, and they're pulling out shakers, protein powder, and giant belts. Depending on your fitness goals, you may need any of these items. If you're wondering what you should pack in your gym bag, here are 12 items I recommend you bring with you.
Learning to be Assertive is Tough but Doable
It's difficult for people to be assertive. There's a fine line between being pushy or a pushover but it's important to know that being assertive is neither of these. What you want to do is express the way you feel about a certain topic respectfully but with confidence. It's hard to stand your ground and say what you really feel but it's a good way to get things off your chest.
Rome's Average Love Story
“Fail to entertain me again slave and I shall have you killed where you stand.” Emperor Acidus was in a rather foul mood again today. He put down his wine and waved his hand away, gesturing for the slave to be brought out of his sight.
Benefits to Strength and Conditioning Training
What's the first thing you think of when you hear the phrase “strength and conditioning”? Is it that guy in the gym who looks insane lifting over 300 pounds, the training that Olympians used to get ready for their competitions, or could you be connecting it with any of the CrossFit workouts you have seen.
You Don't Need to Go to the Gym to get a Good Workout
Do we need to go to a gym to achieve the fitness goals we set for ourselves? One of the main reasons you go to a gym is because you do not have the equipment at home, but what if you didn’t need the equipment?
How to Take Action in your Life
When we make a decision, there's normally some meaning behind it. No one decides to do something and then when asked why did you make that decision they say I don't know.
I'm Just the Tech Guy
Tom looked down at his anime figure with a sorrowful look. He didn’t want to sell it, but he needed the money and saw no other way. It sold for 400 dollars at auctions, but he knew he could get more from his coworker Dave.
Feeling on Top of the World
Phillip Walker was a rambunctious 5-year old boy who was always getting into trouble. His mother had just scolded him for taking eggs from the chicken coop and throwing them all over the place. He liked the way they broke after he threw them. She told him to go play away from the coop but not to go past the hill. She thought that he wasn't fast enough to make it to the top before she caught him but felt took this as a challenge.