inch by inch makes it a cinch

I love this motto because it puts everything into perspective.   I came home last week from a long day at work and was tired.  I was thinking I should workout but didn't feel like it.  When I sent my kids upstairs to get ready for bed, I just did it.   As...

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why I should of failed but didn’t

In 1997, I got the opportunity to compete in Madagascar Africa as a member of the National team   I was really looking forward to traveling across the world to compete especially since I just won an international competition 2 weeks before leaving for Africa.  I...

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training with the fastest man in the world

In 1994, I got to train with Donovan Bailey for 1 year when I was at school at LSU.   Back in those days, non collegiate athletes were allowed to use the training facilities and were coached by the collegiate coaches who were also their personal coaches.  It was...

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Don & Marianne’s story

 Meet Don & Marianne. Don is an avid cyclist and tennis player and when he went to the doctor to have some tests done, he found out he had some low bone mineral density counts and was concerned about his bones becoming brittle with the aging process.  He just...

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Training an MLB star

In January 2000, I was working for another sports training company and got the opportunity to train Jim Thome. Jim was a class act and a really good guy.  He had a lower back injury and was looking for our expertise to help him rehab and work on his strength and speed...

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Why there workout plan failed

I was sitting in the coffee shop last Friday getting some work done to finish out the week.  While I was sitting there about 6 ladies sat down at the table next to me.   They started talking about how it's so hard to keep a new years resolution and about how many...

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A Story of Athletic Perseverance

In 1994 I attended Louisiana State University on a full track scholarship.  During my freshman year, I had battled some injuries, was homesick and just didn’t perform well. So at the end of my freshman year, the head coach called me into his office and told me they...

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5 Ways to Improve Confidence in Athletes

By Mike Caza – Owner/Founder Inspire – I can remember as a kid growing up playing sports, I was fortunate to have a lot of good coaches with credibility that inspired me and always had the time to educate and help me improve as an athlete. This shaped my approach to...

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Living stronger

When you think of a typical older person, one thing likely comes to mind:  frailty.  Even if you can’t really identify any obvious illness, there is something about most elderly people that communicates frailty and weakness.  They probably walk...

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How to Get Through the Holidays with No Regrets

Let’s face it:  it’s hard to stick to a healthy eating and exercise plan during the holidays. Everywhere we turn there are tempting foods and drinks—from treats at office parties to our own traditional family favorites.  When you add in a busy schedule filled with...

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