By Jacob Kelbrants

Ah those college years. Filled with building a career, work, social life, self-discovery and more. For some it is even a time to discover and mature in faith. Can you as a college student “do it all” or do you need to narrow your focus? Kelbrants says that physical training can help lead to an approach to life management that is grounded in God so that you CAN do it all and --- do it well!

By Andy Travis, personal trainer

If all of life’s problems were rolled into one big heavy atlas stone we’d realize the weight is too great to keep holding. It should be easy to let go especially when you feel the strain of resistance. Trainer Andy Travis held the weight for too long. He wants you to know it’s time for change – before your burdens crush you. How? Just drop it now. Here is help for you to make the tough choices between staying the same and pursuing change.

By Dr. Dee Morris and Dr. Pamela Johnson, Cedarville University
College is a time for students to gain independence. It is also a time to learn responsibility. Faced with the freedom to structure their own lifestyles, sometimes college students slip into habits that, if allowed to continue, “chip away” at their basic good health. Dr. Morris and Dr. Johnson outline in this college primer, important considerations for every student that wants to have healthy living on campus.
By Jeffrey P. Beck
Devin Ricker has a rock-hard body and good looks. But he has something more - an inner-strength that comes only from faith. Like so many men, his temptation with online pornography led to an addiction. Combined with that he thought cursing was a sign of his masculinity. These things led to loneliness and self-contempt. Learn how God helped Devin to turn things right-side up. Get tips so you can too.
An interview with John Rozmus
Bodybuilding.com is a website that boasts being “the future of bodybuilding”. More than 450,000 people have created their own personal BodySpace profile. If you look beyond all the egos and self-promotion you’ll find one of those profiles belongs to John Rozmus. The University of Cincinnati student uses his BodySpace to model more than muscles. John’s online presentation represents a growing number of people who are motivated to seek God and find multiple ways to actively live out their faith in Jesus and make a difference.
By Brad Bloom
Get ready to meet six high performing college students. They excel in academic strength and physical fitness. They’re not just smart and healthy. They are committed to building their whole life to be in shape for a higher calling. Each one has a page. Meet all six.

Meet ELISABETH BLOOM one of six high performing college students. They excel in academic strength and physical fitness. They’re not just smart and healthy. They are committed to building their whole life to be in shape for a higher calling. Each one has a page. Meet all six.
By Ken Paul Mink
Instead of giving the old guy a break, the opposing college basketball teams started targeting me when I came into games. They apparently did not want the embarrassment of a 73-year-old scoring against them. Ken Mink shares how being the world's oldest college basketball player at age 73 gives him the opportunity to live his faith. The journey brought much change in his life.

Meet EVAN SHARPLEY one of six high performing college students. They excel in academic strength and physical fitness. They’re not just smart and healthy. They are committed to building their whole life to be in shape for a higher calling. Each one has a page. Meet all six.

Meet WADE RICE one of six high performing college students. They excel in academic strength and physical fitness. They’re not just smart and healthy. They are committed to building their whole life to be in shape for a higher calling. Each one has a page. Meet all six.

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