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.
Is parenting really getting harder? Or just more confusing? How can anyone hope to get it right?
What is it like being a working father in the sex industry? Probably not as you think. Two dads tell all.
For this Dad, his colleague’s low-key life looks tempting, until he thinks about missing his “Dadderdays.”
California is showing the world how to create clean energy jobs and protect the environment.
With the passing of marriage equality, some conservatives have declared an all out war against the LGBT community, catching some of their own in the crosshairs.
Sometimes the best lessons come from failure, not success. One man shares how he learned this lesson. — Over the last few years, I’ve read dozens of business books and taken lots of online business[Read More…]
Who are the keepers of the Sacred Masculine? The men connected to the soul of the world.
Parenting is hard enough without the added difficulty of a mental illness.
Thank you for everything — you walking out on me made me awesome.
What once was a hot and passionate sex life turned into days and nights of shame.
Michelle Barney has a great dad. The only songs he liked were sad ones, however. One day she found out why. Now she wrote this to try to soothe his soul.
With all his drug tests coming up negative, Olympic sprinter Justin Gatlin’s expected success just might be a classic case of old-fashioned hard work and second chances.
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