It’s test week at Accelerate Seattle and today was day 1. Before we kicked it off, a quarter of our athletes were excited, a quarter of them didn’t know what to expect and the last half were dreading it. “This isn’t about winning or getting a PR,” said Brandon. “This is about creating a baseline … Continue reading Testing Day 1. 2k row, pull-ups, dips
For the past few months, we’ve been beta testing a private nutrition group on Facebook with a small set of members. After months of messing with the format, we are ready to roll this out to our community. We know that nutrition is a cornerstone of results, and we are committed to nutritional offerings that … Continue reading Ready for More (results)? Now offering nutrition.
I won’t spoil the movie for you, but for most of it, Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel), is fighting under duress. She is manipulated and her powers are limited by restraints she doesn’t understand. But despite all of that, she calls upon a ‘mental image reel’ to fight back. She focuses on images of herself as … Continue reading How to Train like Captain Marvel
We are not living in the cardio boom of past decades. Most fitness-savvy people understand the basic benefits of strength training. Naked muscles look better than naked fat. Strength training makes you stronger in the gym and in daily life. Strength training decreases the risk of injury. And, for the win, strength training helps you … Continue reading Seattle Strength Training: 3 Added Benefits
I hate horror movies, especially at night. There’s something about being scared right before bed that just doesn’t work for me. It interrupts my sleep, makes me toss and turn and gives me horrible dreams. I also start compulsive-terrified-and-anxious-snacking when I’m petrified. This means: Watching Horror Movies Makes People Fat. If this sounds ridiculous to … Continue reading Nighttime Eating and Other Scary Stories