If you show up, you should get the results you came for.
Sure, if we were all built the same and had the same goals then the same program would best serve everyone.
Sure, it takes strength to pickup a heavy barbell.
But that's not true strength.
True strength is making the choices that create health, not just the choices that allow you to have fun inside the gym.
Let's face it, some days you just don't feel like exercising.
You get too busy, too stressed, and quite simply too tired.
Here at Ardent Fitness, we've never been about the "status quo."
Ever crave chips, crackers or cookies?
Before we get into this, I'm referring to the group class, everyone does the same "high intensity" working while trying to "forge elite fitness."
Oh and don't get me wrong. I "drank the kool-aid." I mean, I swam in it.
Exercise should serve your life, not control it.
Many people think they need to train much more than is necessary.
Many more still are training more than their body is setup to recover from.
Relax, we're leaving the "want less, be happier" philosophical lecture for another day.
Today we're focusing on how sometimes less action can bring more results.
If you've been in the functional fitness or CrossFit world for longer than a year, there is a good chance you've heard of the Hero Workout "Murph"
You see a lot of people running right now, I would argue more than in years past. This is great! Or is it?
Before starting with any movement practice there are two questions that must be asked