The Life Small business owner, Marine Corps veteran, family man, writer, and Physical Culture aficionado are only a few characteristics that can sum up John Greaves III. His family origins stretch across the Atlantic to Monrovia, Liberia. He and his mother emigrated to
sacrifice /ˈsakrəˌfīs/ (n) & (v): To pass on something desirable for the sake of having something considered to be of higher value. To disregard something regardless of profit (or loss). Sacrifice has several definitions and can mean something different from person-to-person. We
Every once in awhile we are afforded the opportunity to witness individuals who are nothing short of exceptional. I wanted to take a moment and introduce Michael Lear, an Elite-level powerlifter with USA Powerlifting (USAPL) and US Powerlifting Association (USPA) in the
Some say life is hard, while others believe that life is only as hard you make it. Regardless of which side of the fence you fall, it’s no secret that life brings tasks and events that demand a tremendous amount of your time.
“… There is no such thing as old school methods, only training plans that work and those that don’t. The key is to figure out the lifters’ strengths and shortcomings. The lifters that have an opportunity to train with me hands-on have
Lifter, Coach, and Training Partner may have motivated you to find what drives you and used that inspiration to accomplish any lingering goals you may have. However, when the road to success becomes a little rocky, what would you lean on to maintain
The venue was packed. Phones illuminated to capture what was expected to be historical. Then it happen; Ray Williams squats 1,005 lbs (455 kg) raw. Whoa! It garnered national media attention via ESPN, Fox Sports, and of course Men’s Health (to name