The Cave will be closed 5-6pm for a live podcast today

Our class will be at 6pm tonight only. At 5pm come tune in to “What is Mace Fit?” Listen to the podcast here

Two weeks from today–Mace Fit Certification

We are psyched to see who  the next group of Certified Mace Fit Level 1 Coaches will be! Only open-minded, forward-thinking people will see where this type of training is headed. Mace training is gaining popularity very quickly all over the world. You can be part of the next wave of fitness or you canContinue reading “Two weeks from today–Mace Fit Certification”

Next week our quarterly strength & work capacity tests begin, but…

our classes will still be held at the regular times These classes are too important to put on hold for two weeks while we run the other tests!

Programming is what makes the difference

The Internet is flooded with all types of training information., and some of it is good. You can find all kinds of videos on just about any kind of exercise you can think of. However, having access to all this information doesn’t mean a person will know the best ways to use it. Just tryingContinue reading “Programming is what makes the difference”

If you’re the smartest guy in the room, you’re in the wrong room

Immunity to learning is a self-imposed curse. When you stop learning, you are not going to progress any further. The best athletes and coaches I know all have even better  coaches coaching them. This takes humility and a hungry desire to achieve excellence. Being “uncoachable” is very easy to spot in someone — (Note:  IContinue reading “If you’re the smartest guy in the room, you’re in the wrong room”

What type of athlete doesn’t need healthier shoulders?

How about stronger hands, wrists, & forearms? Or maybe improved midline stabilization? Let’s not forget coordination, okay? I can’t think of any, can you? Steel clubs & maces can help in all those areas. Join us this coming Saturday at 11:00am at the Cave and learn from my coach, Don Giafardino.    

Immunity to learning is its own punishment

Voluntary ignorance is a choice, a very bad choice; yet, people make that bad choice every day. Usually it is driven by ego, which is in turn driven by fear. If you “freeze” and refuse to adapt, you get swallowed up in the backwash of those who were aware of the changes and took action,Continue reading “Immunity to learning is its own punishment”