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Coach Mo’s 2018 in Review

2018 has been the most rewarding and challenging year to date.  As with the theme since moving to Fargo I have experienced a lot of growth. The first half of the year was surrounded by major life events happening to and for the people around me.  Some of which were...

Coach Skeds 2018 Reflections

I started off 2018 with a lot of opportunities and a vision. On December 31, 2017, I officially separated from full-time military service with no clear landing zone. I had a vision, though, and an opportunity and that I held tight to. My intention for 2018 was to...

“I’ll Start Monday”

How many times have you told yourself that you’ll start something on Monday? I’d bet it’s more than one. I’m here to tell you that sometimes, you don’t need to wait until Monday. Start today. It’s like the old saying goes, “the best time to plant a tree was 10 years...

Confessions of a Recovering Robot

“Breath in, breathe out.  Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in.” A couple of my favorite songs play during a super tough workout are “Machinehead” by Bush and “I am Machine” by Three Days Grace.  It’s this singularly focused mindset that I slip into, for four to nine...

The 80/20 Rule

Like most human beings, my family has an obnoxious amount of unhealthy food ready and waiting during the holidays.  All the starch, sugar, and cream-based goodness you could ask for is just sitting there, staring you in the face.  How do you, someone with fitness and...

The B Word

I'm just so BUSY!  I'm too BUSY! Yeah...we all are. Have you ever caught yourself responding the the "Hey how are you?" with "Good, but so busy!"  or just "Really busy"?  🙋‍♀️Then following up by a conversation complaining with all of the things that are overwhelming...

Meal Prep 101

Nutrition is the foundation of performance inside and outside the gym.  It fuels your training and your life. Here at Icehouse we encourage taking the whole foods approach to nutrition that sounds a lot like, “eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit,...

Why Flux?

As a coach, I am biased towards the greatness of Flux.  I know that it creates flexibility in a stiff frame, builds strength in under-worked muscles, and develops stamina in a tired body.  Flux proves itself both as a supplemental program or as a stand-alone regimen...