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Brad Dienstbier
Over the last few months, I’ve been geeking out on my workouts, trying new exercises, tools, plans and programs. Part of the fun in owning a gym is experimenting with different modalities, tools, and philosophies to construct the best workouts for our members. Plus, as a coach, I’m allowed 😉 Over my years in the...
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I love this quote by Stephen Covey and wanted to share it with you. Besides, who can’t use a little extra push on a Tuesday morning 😉 “I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.” What a powerful reminder that WE are in control of much more than...
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In part 1 of Building a Home Gym, we discussed how you can build a home gym with just a few versatile pieces of affordable equipment. But the hardware is only part of the solution…you also need the software, and that’s “you.” The truth is, the equipment is just a tool that offers no guarantee...
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If we’ve learned anything in the past few months, it’s that we all need to be able to adapt. Unfortunately, we’ve had to learn this the hard way with everything from our work, to our schools, to our ability to socialize all being turned upside down. But through it all, we just need to keep...
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Communication is key to a good relationship, right? So that’s why I like to keep in touch with our Bodysmith members. For example, one way I do that is by sending them a quick message each week. It’s usually nothing fancy, just a quick “hi,” or a quote I hope resonates with them or encourages...
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How long do you have to work out to see results? That question comes up almost daily, and my stock replay is usually, “What time do you have?” Many of my colleagues, however, jump immediately to “one hour a day, three days a week.” But this may not be the best answer. Why? Let’s walk...
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Here’s something I’ve noticed over my years in fitness: rarely will someone get hurt while exercising in the gym. Yes, it happens, and that’s why no one will ever work out in solitude at the Bodysmith. I’ve seen people strain hamstrings, drop weights on their feet and hands, or fail under a bench press and...
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In some of our most recent blogs, we discussed the Bodysmith Strategy Session in which we discover who is the right fit for becoming a Bodysmith member, and who might not be the best fit. So when we find a new member, there are more decisions to make, and today I want to explain a...
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Last week I discussed the vast diversity in fitness needs and goals of our members at the Bodysmith, and I talked about some of the different systems we use to help them become their best. The important thing to remember is that our systems have diverse solutions built into their design, so there’s no “fast...
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Expect the unexpected has become a daily mantra for us at the Bodysmith. There’s the challenge of running a business, of course, but our members keep us on our toes, too. (Always in a good way). See, we all know that everyone is unique and no two people are the same. But, when you look...
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