Your body launched me back in time, to that first moment when you showed me my own eternity.
Alyssa is freelance writer, speaker, fitness trainer and personal coach living in Seattle with her husband and their 3 daughters. They own Rocket CrossFit where she spends most of her time training men and women in ways that are as much emotional as physical. She can also be found on her eponymous blog, where she pontificates about food, family, politics and the Seattle rain. Yes, she would love to speak at your event, host a workshop or write something for you. Just ask.
What do you wish that the United States could learn from football – and football fanship – and apply to how we run our country in way that have nothing to do with football?
How one woman who lives in a big Football city found the same relationship between herself and a coach that many feel between themselves and a player.
Alyssa Royse, with everything you need to know about the newest professional sports league National Pro Grid League. The sport? Functional fitness.
Lifting weights has broken male misconceptions for this mom and gym owner—while building a stronger relationship with her teen daughter.
Alyssa Royse, on a bizarre love quadrangle, civil disobedience, and the bright witty stars of the Seattle Seahawks.
Alyssa Royse’s experience with rape helped her find strength and individuality, and a message of hope.
Personally, I don’t give a damn about the label of feminism. It’s one that I rarely use myself. What I DO care deeply about is the perpetuation of gendered nonsense.
Alyssa Royse, whose husband and ex-husband are good friends, explains how to continue caring for a partner that you’re no longer in love with.
Alyssa Royse has seen the way CrossFit can make people strong and empowered. So here’s how to find the CrossFit gym that will fit you.
With a broken neck and chronic pain of her own, Alyssa Royse knows exactly why the paraplegic CrossFit superstar has stayed loyal to his workouts.
There is no difference between “you need to harness your sacred masculine energy” and “man up, bro.” None.
Alyssa Royse thinks it would be a smart idea to stop making so many jokes about how stupid dads are.
Whether they’re boys or girls, we don’t need to protect our kids as they become sexually active; we need to prepare them.
He spent six years battling depression because he blamed himself. — Am I a bad person? After six years of depression, random weeks fending off its reemergence, only now have I identified the cause. Negative[Read More…]
Not enough male victims come forward about sexual abuse and violence, so we listen to the voices of women for guidance.
“People hate me because I am multi-faceted, talented, wealthy, internationally famous genius.”
By turns wistful, by turns puckish, David Bergman’s tribute to gay adult film of yesteryear is a fun twist on the language of nostalgia.
The National Football League’s latest ruling, this time against Tom Brady, is another black eye to a once dominant professional league. Believe it or not, it’s not players and coaches seeking competitive advantages that is[Read More…]
An inspiring personal trainer sets aside his own leukemia battles to help others facing cancer.
Two years after Nelson Mandela’s death, the challenge remains to use education to change South Africa and the rest of the world.
From remembering exactly how you like your coffee to letting you vent, here are nine things men do that women can be grateful for.
When a man slows down and observes nature day by day, there are many lessons to learn.
Counselor Carl explains guilt, toxic guilt, and shame and how toxic guilt and shame often have their roots in childhood.
While the booing of Australian Rules Football star Adam Goodes continues unabated, media commentators not condemning the behaviour are effectively condoning bullying, argues Adam Ferrier.
Leo Babauta shares tips for making sure your kids (and you!) have a great time on your next trip.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?