Until I went to Hogwarts, I weighed 310 pounds. Now, I’m 170 after changing my lifestyle based on what I learned there.
I grew up playing roleplaying games, not fitness games. I started with The Legend of Zelda--complete with the cool-as-heck, gold NES cartridge--and I’ve never looked back. Two dozen or so Chrono Trigger rentals, Final Fantasy VII on release day, World of Warcraft for...
The most important part of geekdom is the people. We want to talk about stuff we love, make friends, and most importantly, make sure that everyone feels appreciated.
Like that old dude in the cave told you at the beginning of the Legend of Zelda, it’s dangerous to go alone. So…here take this fitness advice!
There are few fitness lessons as important as the one you can learn from Captain Jean-Luc Picard: make it so.
There are a lot of reasons that I love running and fitness. I love the way it makes me feel. I love the way it makes me look. I love the things I get to see. And I love the people I get to know. The thing I do not love, however, is the amount of negativity that some...
The future of fitness is in augmented and virtual reality. Run across a glacier, bike on a volcano–visit exotic locales and get your heart-rate up, without ever leaving air conditioned awesomeness of your own living room.
Going on vacation doesn’t mean you have to gain weight and be lazy. You can still have a relaxing trip while staying fit and active. Here are a few of my favorite ways to go about it.
I recently became a certified personal trainer, was featured in a Runner’s World book, and published my third novel. Things seem to be going pretty well lately. Next up: online coaching and weight loss consultation.
There’s only one thing you have to know to start over on your fitness quest: Get Off Your Lazy Butt