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Brad Jarrett

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
fitness goes beyond physical adaptation. It moves into mental, emotional, and spiritual pillars, IF we permit. There is no greater proof than to witness the formation of “Fitness Fellowship” between gym partners.Read More

Brad Jarrett

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
If you have not yet noticed, the similarities between fitness and life are infinite. Lessons learned in life can be taken to the gym and applied to boost physical fitness. In the same way, lessons learned in fitness can be taken and applied in life to breed strength, consistency, and faith. If uncovered, this connection can activate life in ways beyond your wildest dreams. You must see the potential of it! Using lessons learned in the gym, to better your life. That’s POWERFUL. That’s TRUE fitness.Read More

Brad Jarrett

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
If you think the treadmill burns calories, try running around with kids for an hour. If you think curls build big arms, give gardening a shot. These activities are sure to make you more “fit” than any exercise. You’ll be forced to move through all different planes and movement patterns with varying amounts of speed which will guarantee a better workout than your current gym routine. The most important aspect of service comes after your work is finished. Remember, as a gym workout ends, its purpose ends; but as a workout full of service ends, its purpose just begins.Read More

Brad Jarrett

OL Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
What you feel doesn’t change how you act; how you act changes what you feel. The truth of this statement is monumental, and cannot be over looked. Often times, our actions are motivated by feelings. Therefore, many believe action is subject to the external stimuli placed on the body. In reality, the contrary is true IF feelings are put in their rightful place. Let me ask you this; and be honest… What puts you in a bad mood? The weather? A co-worker? A crazy driver? How long do you stay in that mood? A minute? An hour? A day?Read More

Brad Jarrett

OL Guest Blogger

Brad Jarrett
Beating personal records in the gym is great. It is a testament to and product of the work, sweat, and time we put into our bodies. Improving our physical appearance is even better. Photo shoot for Muscle & Fitness Magazine here we come! This type of improvement gives us tangible evidence, which stays with us as a badge; a medal of honor. Worn with pride as proof we have what it takes to create change within ourselves. Both of these things are special, noteworthy, and should be celebrated. But they are also superficial. They can be void of true meaning. For the most part, bringing benefit only to ourselves.Read More

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