Success isn’t about avoiding failure. It’s about how fast you can come back from failure “Falling off the wagon” is one of the biggest obstacles standing in your way to achieve your health and fitness goals. Because when you get injured and can’t squat for months do you figure out a way to still hit […]

Jul

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In case you missed Part 1 of this article, we talked about the  secret to endless energy hidden inside every cell of your body. It all starts at the microscopic level with the small biological batteries that power every cell in your body. Your mitochondria – or what I like to call your “energy engine.” […]

Jul

Broken Energy Engine. It’s an epidemic that most people have no idea exists. It’s a silent killer that doesn’t discriminate. Yet, it’s draining the life out of you and wreaking havoc on your health and performance. Whether you’re in great shape with six pack abs and 20 inch arms, or if you’re just beginning your […]

Madison, Wisconsin—Wisconsin Football tight-end Kyle Penniston discusses his transition from high school football to Division 1 College Football madness. This redshirt freshman graduated from Mater Del in Orange, California ranked as a four-star recruit from ESPN.com, ranked No. 6 tight-end in the country by Rivals and selected to play in the notorious 2015 Under Armour […]

Apr

Today is yet another cold, misty morning and your over-sized silk comforter still begs for your attention. Your eyelashes flutter up and down, debating when they should permanently stay open. Rain drops caress onto your window sill, giving you an additional excuse to linger there, pitying yourself. You are content in this moment, besides the nagging […]

One mistake. Another mistake. A series of mistakes. Mistimed runs, missed shots, and countless turnovers. ​ One bad touch repeats itself the whole game. One negative thought multiplies. One bad session turns into five unproductive sessions. All until I am left thinking, “I don’t belong here.” My confidence is shattered and a new player suddenly […]

Apr

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I would be lying if I said soccer didn’t change my life. I’ve been playing for the past 15 years. 15 years of sacrifice, sweat, blood, and of course—many inevitable tears. But why have I continued for so long? Everyone continues on for different reasons. Some people choose to keep playing for the love of the game. Some […]

I was born and raised in Wisconsin, and in our state the Green Bay Packers are religion. On football Sundays every city around turns into a ghost town while we all tune in to cheer on the Green and Gold. Growing up, my first memories of watching the Packers were of Quarterback, Brett Favre – […]

Mar

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Over his career, legendary Oregon track coach, Bill Bowerman, trained 31 Olympic athletes,51 All-Americans, 12 American record-holders, 22 NCAA champions and 16 sub-4 minute milers. During his 24 years as coach at the University of Oregon, the Ducks track and field team had winning season every season but one, and won 4 national championships. But even […]