TrueFN is 4 years old! The secret to staying in business

TrueFN is 4 years old! The secret to staying in business

What really makes us special, is that we are not a business at all, but a message and its people. We spread that message everywhere we go and wear it on our shirtsleeves. People are willing to take up that message and share it with others because it is a message that matters. What message you ask? I’d love to tell you.

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How my post-contest eating disorder guided my nutrition advice

How my post-contest eating disorder guided my nutrition advice

I now preach the principles of habit-building as the cornerstone for inciting any sort of lasting change in eating behaviors.  Of note, since these ordeals, I have been able to rekindle my relationship with food while still maintaining a focus on staying in shape and prioritizing proper training.  I love food, I love looking good, I love lifting weights, and I now know I love helping others get to that exact same place.

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The One Thing I Enjoy About Moving

The One Thing I Enjoy About Moving

It isn’t often that I have the chance to use strength from the weight room in day to day life.  Unfortunately the physical demands of the average adult these days are pretty low.  One of the few exceptions to this is when I am involved in a move.  As stressful and time consuming as a move can be, there is something pretty cool about lifting heavy furniture, or carrying out 6 bags of trash at once to the dumpster.  

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Training For “General Fitness” does not get you out of “Serious” Strength Training

Training For “General Fitness” does not get you out of “Serious” Strength Training

The fitness “industry” constantly fails to convey the right information in the right format to the right people.  The average individual is typically convinced that exercises like squats, deadlifts, military presses, power cleans, etc. are too sport-specific, dangerous, and barbaric to be worth their resources.

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