These days, fitness culture is doomed either way if it's on the 'net or social. Here's what to do about it.

Among my jobs under the fitness umbrella is that of being a part-time professor at a popular Canadian college.

That hands me the responsibility of doing my part to prepare young fitness and health promotion students for what they’re in for if they embark on a personal training career. That’s a pretty big ask, and luckily I’m not alone.  Being born somewhere around the year 2001 poises a young person to be immersed in a virtual reality that may rival real life – and they may not even realize it.

15 years of good training can turn a boy into a man. Here's what I'd go back and change.

When you subtract the years I spent as a teenager, messing around in my bedroom with a weight set and no clue of what any semblance of a workout should look like, the total amount of years I’ve spent training “well” has been about 15.

It seems like it's getting trendy to be offended.

It’s 2021, and lots has changed with the global landscape. Fitness has certainly been one industry that’s been hit hard by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. But that’s no surprise. It’s made for some time to think about the condition of the industry, especially since 3 quarters of my city doesn’t have access to a gym to work out.  Amid the frenetic scramble to makeshift gyms or rummage together old workout equipment as a means to an end, living room workouts have become the growing norm – cause, let’s face it – It’s either that or sedentary living.

This is the most vanilla fitness article you didn’t know you needed to read. Cause the name of the game is sustainability.

 When I thought about releasing a blog intended to get people motivated to make changes to help their fitness, I deliberately avoided doing so in the first couple of weeks of January, 2021. It would have been a little too contrived. The whole “new year’s fitness resolution” thing usually begins to fade come February, and that’s most often the case because of the way “fitness” is approached in the name of resolve.

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