• Fitness
  • Nutrition
  • Exodus
  • Discipleship
  • Success
  • Daily Workouts
  • Blog

    As Catholics we believe that the Mass is the source and summit of our Faith.  It is in the Mass where we truly and substantially encounter the living God, Jesus Christ.  During such an encounter there is super abundant power; … Continue reading

    For the past 10 weeks I’ve been following a weight lifting program called Strong Lifts.  Now, when you first land on their website you’ll see phrases about getting ripped and gaining all sorts of muscle.  That’s all good stuff (and … Continue reading

    I was recently diagnosed with a fairly common disorder called “POS”.  It infects millions of men daily and can result in inaction, indifference and spiritual laziness. This syndrome is dubbed from the more common name of “being a piece of S&*%”.  My … Continue reading

    Have you ever watched the TV show Fixer Upper? If not, no worries. It’s a home improvement show featuring a husband and wife team. It’s also really well done and my entire family could easily binge watch multiple episodes on … Continue reading

    When a man of good will is afflicted, tempted, and tormented by evil thoughts, he realizes clearly that his greatest need is God. – Thomas A Kempis This Lent I have found that my response to a little suffering from … Continue reading

    I’ve been thinking a lot about the our Lord’s Agony in the Garden.  Specifically, I’ve been thinking about “staying awake” for our Lord. In fact, my plan for this article was to write about how we need to “stay awake” … Continue reading

      I’ve written about the beauty of clean eating and the wonderful variety that one can take in once you are on the path to eating real food.  As a matter of fact, I’ve got a couple awesome Paleo cook … Continue reading

    The past few months I’ve discovered a few different types of Catholic media I’d really encourage folks check out.  In particular, there are some really good podcasts out there. The first one I want to point out is from Fr. … Continue reading

    Conversion is the point of Lent.  It’s the turning away from the direction you were headed and finding your bearings aimed in a totally new way.  This is meant to happen for each of us regardless of where we are on our spiritual journey … Continue reading

    Lent should suggest to us these basic questions: Am I advancing in my faithfulness to Christ, in my desire for holiness, in a generous apostolate in my daily life, in my ordinary work among my colleagues? Each one of us, … Continue reading