Why the Journey to Hot Isn’t Always Healthy
Written by Jackie Mulligan

Healthy. Hot. Fit. Strong. Sexy. Somewhere between endless selfies, “fitspo” hashtags, and Instagram stories, these words have lost their meanings and have instead devolved into an image obsessed, narcissistic culture. Health has become the new sex symbol, and it’s crucial to challenge this misconception. The health of our communities is at stake.

This is a touchy subject, but here it is: Looking “fit” does not necessarily mean you are healthy. Understanding how we arrive at achieving health and feeling beautiful matters.

Why the Journey to Hot Isn’t Always Healthy
Written by Jackie Mulligan

Healthy. Hot. Fit. Strong. Sexy. Somewhere between endless selfies, “fitspo” hashtags, and Instagram stories, these words have lost their meanings and have instead devolved into an image obsessed, narcissistic culture. Health has become the new sex symbol, and it’s crucial to challenge this misconception. The health of our communities is at stake.

This is a touchy subject, but here it is: Looking “fit” does not necessarily mean you are healthy. Understanding how we arrive at achieving health and feeling beautiful matters.

Internal vs External Motivation
Written by Invictus Athlete Josh Littauer

You get up in the morning, and start getting ready for your day. For some, the first order of business is going to the gym, for some it’s taking an hour of time to themselves, for others it’s heading straight to work. Regardless, we all have motivators that get us up and at it every morning.

What is your reason? Your reason for picking the first thing you do? For deciding whether to go right to work or to hit the snooze button?

Internal vs External Motivation
Written by Invictus Athlete Josh Littauer

You get up in the morning, and start getting ready for your day. For some, the first order of business is going to the gym, for some it’s taking an hour of time to themselves, for others it’s heading straight to work. Regardless, we all have motivators that get us up and at it every morning.

What is your reason? Your reason for picking the first thing you do? For deciding whether to go right to work or to hit the snooze button?

Just Do It
Written by Invictus Athlete Josh Littauer

If you’re a human like me (which you are), then you’ve probably had plenty of thoughts or ideas about things you could do. What were they? Trips you could go on? Businesses you could start? Hobbies you could try? Whatever the case, how many of those ideas did you dismiss before even thinking about starting? A lot I’m sure. I know I have. I have had tons of thoughts and ideas and many of which I wrote off as being too outlandish, too scary,