2 Weeks of Unlimited Training


Why Your Body Needs a Mechanic

by Michael Hughes I like to take note of events that are “firsts”.  Last week I had a very cool “first”: I had my tires rotated for the first time. Now that may seem pretty run of the mill to you, but when you go “all electric”, one of the benefits is how infrequently your

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Do Hard Things

by Michael Hughes Picture this: It’s Monday, you finish a 12 hour work day, doing what you love, come home and kiss you daughter before she goes to bed, and then you and your wife roll up your sleeves and move 52 wheel barrels of dirt from your yard to a dump truck parked on

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What Our Bodies Can Do When We Believe We Can

by Michael Hughes One of the best things about being a parent is having a front row seat as to how human beings begin to engage and understand the world around them. Until recently, Kennedy’s riskiest move was to climb onto the couch and jump on the cushions with her eyes closed. We felt she

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The Key to Recovery: Do It Right the First Time

by Michael Hughes This past week, I’ve had the rare privilege of doing manual labor to pull out and replace a fence line on our property. While that statement may sound sarcastic, I assure you that I genuinely enjoy hands-on projects and the process of improvement. But with any project, there are always forks in

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The Power of Determination

by Michael Hughes Why do we workout? Seriously. Why go to the hassle to pack the clothing, drive across town, stress about arriving on time, put your body into a place of physical struggle for an hour, rush through a shower and then hustle back into the remainder of your day. Is life not hard

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