Tag Archives: Milwaukee Weightlifting

Monday Bacon: Happy New Year!

A small post on the Facebook a few weeks ago by Champion thrower Brian Oldfield caught my eye. He spoke of throwing season wrapping up and though he’s been retired for quite some time, he still remembers reflecting on how … Continue reading

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Motivation

I was asked an interesting question last week during a training session. We were talking about the silliness of globo gyms but also how the social aspect of a gym can be nice when out of the blue, I’m asked … Continue reading

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Old Bones

One of the most poignant book series I’ve read is called The Emigrants. It’s tells the story of Karl Oskar and his lovely wife, Kristina, emigrating from Sweden and all it took to get here to America, settle, and those … Continue reading

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Hands Of Time

My mother was a piano teacher and I grew up with people coming and going, learning, sounding both wonderful and not so wonderful. She had a pretty strict rule about kids being old enough to want to learn before she would take … Continue reading

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