“Back in the day” it was a given that hard work was going to be done day in and day out. Hard physical labor was a way of life. Today, few people know what hard physical work is like. It was often dangerous work, too. I recently saw a photo from my buddy DonContinue reading “Work capacity still matters outside the gym”
If you show up on the 31st and see that we are closed, it means you were not paying attention to what your coach said.
I had the distinct honor of having Gary Reinl stop by my gym, the Cave, while he was in town working with a Pro sports team and take the time to do this podcast. His approach to recovering from injuries makes too much sense to ignore. Listen to the podcast here Iced!: The Illusionary TreatmentContinue reading “Hold the ice, please, I want to recover faster!”
Years ago I was living in the Harley-Davidson world. I have some very good memories from those days, and some not so good. One thing that stands out to me is how much I loved to ride, and my Harley showed it. It was what they call a “rat” bike. I rode it hard and often,Continue reading ““Rat” bikes & shiny new Harleys–the value is in the riding not the shine, the same applies to gyms”
Effective, Monday March 13, the Cave will close at 6:00 pm on Fridays See the full schedule here
The Cave is definitely NOT for everyone! I only work with “the dedicated, coachable few”. be humble listen well work hard be consistent People who miss training for 2 weeks or more without notifying the coach are out for good, except for emergencies, military deployments, etc. If any of the following apply to you, thenContinue reading “Standards of the Cave”
Why do I coach? Why do I still like coaching? It’s not the money, that’s for sure, though we make enough for what we need. If anyone wants to open a gym or be a coach because they think they will get rich doing it, they are delusional. Anyone whose main motivation in life isContinue reading “Things that make coaching worthwhile”