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After completing the RKC in February 2013 my superhumanitarian friend Sarah Jamieson mentioned to me that taking John Wolf’s Evolution Kettlebell Groundwork workshop would really complement my kettlebell training. Apparently Sarah told everyone about her experience training with John and his EKG system that she decided it would be great to host him here in […]

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I turned 30 this week, and it has been a seriously awesome time! Robyn treated me like a King, my family came to visit, the #SFACrew members performances were off the charts, and I got to play with my friends and Max. I also apparently crossed the threshold from young man to old man and […]

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Adrienne is a practical joker. Nothing malicious. Jokes that take people out of their comfort zone, put a smile on their face and make them laugh. After beating cancer twice Adrienne has earned the right to show people the lighter side of life. I shouldn’t have been surprised when Adrienne walked in for her training […]

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Below are notes from my talk on Movestrong Mobility for Runners that took place on Monday April 15, 2013. *Factors affecting mobility/flexibility: Previous and current injuries, movement mechanics (misuse, overuse, underuse), lifestyle (daily movements, sitting, sleep patterns, food, fluids) *According to the joint by joint approach the human body’s joints alternate between mobile and stable […]

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Below are notes from my talk on Mobility for Runners that took place on Monday January 28, 2013. *Factors affecting flexibility: Previous and current injuries, movement mechanics, lifestyle (daily movements, sitting, sleep patterns, food, fluids) *According to the joint by joint approach the human body’s joints alternate between mobile and stable – starting with the […]

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About two weeks ago I wrote a post called the Best Piece of Fitness Advice you will read in 2013: Go with the Flow. In short the advice is choose a physical activity that will put you in a flow state and do it. Flow is the word psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyl used to describe his […]

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Last month to keep our clients accountable and motivated we got everyone to create a goal for the month of December and write it down on an ornament and pin in on our goal Christmas Tree inside the SFA studio. We saw lots of great goals being set and nearly everyone accomplished their goals, congratulations […]

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“Going to the health club you see all these people they are working out, and they are training, and they are getting in shape but the strange thing is nobody is really getting in shape for anything, the only reason that you’re getting in shape is so that you can get through the workout so […]

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Our December goal tree is filled with great goals but one word is dominating the tree and it is PUSHUPS! It is no surprise as pushups are one of the best bodyweight exercises because they can be done anywhere and there are so many variations, not to mention the boost in strength your core and […]

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Our client Donna set a goal of 100 bike commutes to work for 2012. As we enter December she is 8 short of her goal, she wanted to make this goal public for some external motivation so she posted it on our Christmas goal tree in the studio. I am taking it a step further […]

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