Marrin Ellis's picture

Where I come from --- everything is BIG, including our workouts. Texas Tough training is not easy but you will see results. Do a dynamic warm-up then get ready to superset your way through strength, core and cardio training. When you’re all done – you’re not done yet. This is intense intents. Give your training some vigorous purpose.

Meg Gemelli's picture

SPONSORED BY: Snoga Athletics What if you threw out everything you knew about the Proverbs 31 Woman and let her run wild and free? Would your life look any different? Includes music videos.

Anthony Jordan's picture

We bring you 3 Chefs, 3 Salads and 3 Ways To Celebrate Summer. This multi-page article will get you started on one flavorful summer that you can celebrate with all your family and friends. Includes an easy to follow video.

Kass Fogle's picture

Jill grabbed two towels from the rack and headed to her weekly spin class. Donna, came as often as Jill and made a good riding partner. It was an intense hour of breathless endurance an hour of blissful absolute nothingness. But could it last?

Brad Bloom's picture

One of my most vivid childhood memories was literally etched into my body. Ouch! Think about how both grit and grace can help you do some serious training. Explore the pain – find the confidence!

Brad Bloom's picture

This article brings together some of the latest faith and fitness news and commentary from Publisher, Brad Bloom. Keep up to date on what others are doing and consider what you can do in your community.

Arian Moore's picture

Life sometimes throws us what may seem to be impossible situations but our faith provides us with the strength we need to come out victorious!

By Paul Coughlin
Fitness teaches our children that pain may be scary but it isn't fatal. Children need to know how to take life-affirming risk and test their own metal. The sin of over-parenting produces weak, pliable, and small-souled children. The bad news – bullying is on the rise. The average bully targets the weak. The good news - helping our children stand up to bullying without falling down is easier than they realize.
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