A Life of Lifting with Mike Dudley

Michael Dudley may not be a household name, but his story is one worth sharing. Filled though it is with singular chapters, cut though it does across the globe, a common theme proves fundamental. Namely, the pursuit of strength in every noble form. A New Jersey native, Michael’s first passion was the World Wrestling Entertainment, … Continue reading A Life of Lifting with Mike Dudley

OFFENSE: How to Become Less Offended in an Age of Rage by Bradford Coleman, Licensed Professional Counselor

Are you on edge? Have you noticed how irritable people have become? Seemingly, everyone is enraged: at work, in the car, at the grocery store, and at home. Learn more about offense with the help of this workbook. Using Bible scripture references, behavioral exercises, and thought-provoking prompts, you will begin to explore the nature of … Continue reading OFFENSE: How to Become Less Offended in an Age of Rage by Bradford Coleman, Licensed Professional Counselor

A Race Without a Finish Line: Running Stories, Flexi-Gluten Free Meal Plan, Olympic Training Strategies, and Research for Efficient Distance Running by Jason Hill

Learn of secret races, night group trail runs along riverbeds and scenic downtown runs occurring in dyads, triads, alongside cyclists, and in and around running Meetup groups. Become immersed completely in local running communities. Identify cues via social media for the long run in a new city. Time, record, map and post runs to the … Continue reading A Race Without a Finish Line: Running Stories, Flexi-Gluten Free Meal Plan, Olympic Training Strategies, and Research for Efficient Distance Running by Jason Hill