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6 Random Thoughts on Life, Fitness, and Business- Kasey Esser

6 Random Thoughts on Life, Fitness, and Business

Hey guys, Did you see the Neighbors movie?  Hilarious.  It definitely brought back some good memories of my fraternity days.  It wasn’t quite as wild as what went down in the film, but this one time I did do a gallon challenge with CHOCOLATE milk, soooo yeah.*     Jess and I are going to check out the new X-Men movie this weekend.  The straightforward title really drew me in, much like True Lies did in the mid-1990s.** This past weekend was a ton of fun, as I got to go see...

Recap Of My 1st Powerlifting Meet- Kasey Esser

Recap Of My 1st Powerlifting Meet

I am a very competitive person, by nature.  It doesn’t matter if I’m playing Mario Kart (best game ever, by the way) or competing in a sport, I love winning.  Since I competed in the Mr. Southern Indiana a little over 4 years ago, I haven’t really officially competed in anything (there have been plenty of game nights with friends though that typically end in a competitive heat with chairs being tossed, fists flying, you know, basic stuff).     Since I have pretty much only been lifting heavy things...

How to Progress/Regress Your Deadlift- Kasey Esser

How to Progress/Regress Your Deadlift

I’m sure you have certain things in your life that make you “tick”.  Things that fire you up to work and get better. For example, do you feel you are at your best when you are under pressure and needing to make a deadline? Are you in the zone when you are able to collaborate with a team and reach a common goal? Do you absolutely rock your to-do list listening to Miley Cyrus CDs?   Hey, to each his own!   I don’t know about you, but I do my best work when...

A Program to Help Fix Your Anterior Pelvic Tilt- Kasey Esser

A Program to Help Fix Your Anterior Pelvic Tilt

When I graduated college, I thought I knew a little bit about training people.  I had my NSCA-CPT and had just passed my CSCS.  I spent the better part of the past year and a half working with D1 athletes and actually programming for several of the teams there.   The people that I had worked with got great results, and I read stuff all the time.  All the top fitness blogs, Men’s Health, you name it, I devoured it. And then when I got my first training position...