How To Stop A Cold Dead In Its Tracks
Written by Calvin Sun
(Originally Published February 28, 2017)

You know the usual symptoms: that tickle in the back of your throat, that first sniffle of the nose, or maybe your joints start to feel a little achy and you suddenly feel tired for no reason. You feel a cold coming on and you have no idea how to stop it. Most of my clients are either busy professionals or competitive athletes, and both groups are composed of high-performers who can’t afford to get sick.

How To Stop A Cold Dead In Its Tracks
Written by Calvin Sun
(Originally Published February 28, 2017)

You know the usual symptoms: that tickle in the back of your throat, that first sniffle of the nose, or maybe your joints start to feel a little achy and you suddenly feel tired for no reason. You feel a cold coming on and you have no idea how to stop it. Most of my clients are either busy professionals or competitive athletes, and both groups are composed of high-performers who can’t afford to get sick.

What Does Discipline Look Like?
Written by Calvin Sun

Most of us can agree that discipline is one of the most important virtues we can develop in our pursuit of self-improvement. Without the ability to exercise self-control and will ourselves to get the important things done, it’s nearly impossible for us to see the kind of progress and results we really want in our lives.

Simply put, self-discipline is your ability to get yourself to do what’s necessary even when you don’t feel like doing it.

One of the misconceptions I have noticed within the fitness community is regarding this idea of self-discipline.

What Does Discipline Look Like?
Written by Calvin Sun

Most of us can agree that discipline is one of the most important virtues we can develop in our pursuit of self-improvement. Without the ability to exercise self-control and will ourselves to get the important things done, it’s nearly impossible for us to see the kind of progress and results we really want in our lives.

Simply put, self-discipline is your ability to get yourself to do what’s necessary even when you don’t feel like doing it.

One of the misconceptions I have noticed within the fitness community is regarding this idea of self-discipline.

The Math Equation That Can Help Us Prevent Injuries
Written by Calvin Sun
(Originally Published November 1, 2015)

Most of us can agree that injuries aren’t a desirable outcome from our training or any physical activity we might engage in. Yet when you ask the average coach, “What can I do to prevent injury?”, you’ll usually get a generic answer along the lines of “make sure you warm-up and do some stretching…”. While sound advice, this doesn’t provide an individual with a practical framework to approach injury prevention. The goal of today’s post is to introduce the “model of repetitive motion” to help provide a framework for both coaches and athletes to systematically approach injury prevention in their training.