My name is Mike. I’m a veteran of the United States Army, where I undertook some of the most challenging training pipelines available. I’m also a former college athlete, I was a swimmer on a Division I program.
I’m also an amateur highland games competitor. This diverse background of physicality is what led me to this breakthrough about how simple and SIMILAR the idea of human movement really is. There is so much overlap, that most people would see the biggest results doing some very basic workouts.
And most importantly, I’m a dad and a husband. I understand the value of time, and the sensitivity of juggling a busy life. Nobody wants to come home from work, head to the gym, and come home to find everyone asleep because you got lost in your time while working out. There is a way to balance all of this. You just need to know where to begin, and how to get the best bang for your buck out of the work you do.
I’m here to share some of the advice I find to be most valuable and effective. I am not the originator of most of this advice, I just wholeheartedly endorse it, and in most cases, have applied it successfully at some point while chasing my fitness goals. So snoop around, check out the sources. If it fits your needs, great! If not, keep it in your back pocket, you never know when that bit of knowledge could come in handy.