Remember when Booty Quake (from the other TCRG) and Roller Derby Athletics, was awesome and invited me to guest post on her blog? That was cool. If you missed Part One of my Big Rocks series about how to craft a simple and effective weight-training program – it’s right here. … Keep reading
Tonight, I am going to a dinner party. An epic dinner party. Where all the food will be shaped like balls. My derby team, the Venus Fly Tramps, likes to throw theme parties. Each holiday season, we host the epic, Trampmas: We’ve also hosted such events as: Cinco De Trampo, … Keep reading
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Dear Blogging, I love and miss you, but I am balls-deep in January. See you soon, Laura It’s that time of year again, when everyone makes goals to get back on track, to make the big changes, and to be an all-around better person, who has an all-around better year … Keep reading
Sorry for missing Monday’s post. We had a family emergency – on Sunday night, my husband, Slim’s, dad was brought to Emerg in extreme respiratory distress. What does this have to do with fitness, you say? This – don’t let your muscles waste as you age. Walk, cycle, stretch, engage … Keep reading
It’s Labour Day, and as such, I’m taking a break from my labours, so no new content today. For your holiday reading pleasure, here’s an awesome post from from Tony Gentilcore about keeping your training simple and on point. Hope you’ve had a relaxing and rewarding Long Weekend!
I’m hitting the road late Wednesday night, bound for the Perform Better Functional Training Summit in Chicago. I am so freaking excited. I’ll be spending the weekend listening to such super-geniuses as: Dr. Lee Burton, Dr. Stuart McGill, Gray Cook, Alwyn and Rachel Cosgrove, John Brookfield, Thomas Plummer, Martin Rooney, … Keep reading