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What Do I Have To Do To Get The Body I Want?

Let’s start with a tough question: What Do I Have To Do To Get The Body I Want?  “Is there a secret? Do I have to sell a kidney? Because I TOTALLY would if it meant I could have her body or his assets” – Everybody Ever Real talk. I mean you’ve got the gym... READ MORE
What to Look for in an Olympic Weightlifting Coach

What to Look for in an Olympic Weightlifting Coach

The sport of Olympic Style Weightlifting is one of the single best training protocols available for developing explosive power, flexibility, coordination and strength in athletics. Due to the immense technical component, Weightlifting demands proper instruction and the dedicated eye of a coach. Read along as we uncover what to look for when seeking out a Weightlifting Coach.

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Feats of Fitness 2017 Recap

Feats of Fitness 2017 Recap

Feats of Fitness 2017 was a gym wide competition for both our group and private coaching community. A friendly, in-house showdown, Feats of Fitness tested various energy systems as well as movement skills, determining a male and female champion. When testing physical... READ MORE
Troubleshooting the Start of a Turkish Get Up (TGU)

Troubleshooting the Start of a Turkish Get Up (TGU)

If naming a “Greatest Exercise of All Time” was a thing, the Turkish get up would unquestionably hold its own near the top of that theoretical list. This kettlebell exercise is not only used as a tool of conditioning (seeing increases in strength... READ MORE
The Index [February 2017]

The Index [February 2017]

The MSP Fitness Index is a monthly blog post covering the extracurricular things both Michael and Taylor have been reading, listening to, processing, or just really digging at the present time. As MSP’s Head Coach and Assistant Coach respectively,... READ MORE
“Strong is The New Skinny” and Other Stupid Things on Pinterest

“Strong is The New Skinny” and Other Stupid Things on Pinterest

We’ve all seen them. Those seemingly innocuous images aimed at “motivating” people towards their health and fitness goals. In this post, Taylor takes a dive into six of these popular memes and photos, showcasing their danger. If you hang on until the end, he might even give you someone on whom you can cast your blame.

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The Index [January 2017]

The Index [January 2017]

What can one man learn from 10 days without social media? What about no phone or laptop? Michael shares the good word on what he learned from a week and then some without technology to distract him. Along with a podcast recommendation from Taylor, you don’t want to miss this month’s Index!

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Learning to Relax is Hard Work

Learning to Relax is Hard Work

It’s a fairly recent experience for me to be able to say the words VA-CA-TION as it was over 4 years into my business before I ever took any significant time off for myself. With that, it’s been a true LEARNING process for me to take and more over, enjoy my vacations.

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