Author: Catherine Kunst

I love a good fitness rant

Renaissance Periodization published a post today called “No more Sugar Coating!” And it is hilarious. And full disclosure, I’m guilty of everything in there. Snippet below: Last time I checked, the RP Diet was not called “The Eat What You

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Unemployment, Education, and Wealth Generation

A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I fell down the financial independence retire early (FIRE) rabbit hole. One writer who I failed to mention is Financial Samurai. He recently wrote Your Chances Of Becoming A Millionaire By Race, Age,

Posted in Education, Opportunities

Fall Road Trip – Denver to Los Angeles

Saturday morning, after a quick run on the treadmill to get the blood moving, we left on what was supposed to be a leisurely two-day drive from Denver to Los Angeles to move a vehicle out to California. We’d planned

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Level Up

In June, shared my love of Precision Nutrition’s coaching program, and its impact on my fitness, after finishing up a year of receiving coaching. I redid my PN Level 1 certification, required every 2 years, in July. Essentially the Level 1

Posted in Education, Fitness, Personal Development

We’re Hiring: Marketing & Communications Assistant/Associate

We have a great opportunity for someone with Marketing & Communication experience in Denver, Colorado. PDF of Complete Job Description: 2017 Marketing Communications Assistant or Associate Apply Title: Marketing and Communications Assistant/Associate Reports to: Sales and Marketing Manager Summary of Position

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Sleep More

I’ve been trying to sleep more, consistently, for the last few months. Initially this started as a fitness goal since everything I learn, states that recovery and sleep might be almost as important as the training and nutrition when it

Posted in Fitness, Personal Development, Research & Science

That Path is Lost

Who are you without your profession? For the longest time, the only identity I had was as a scientist. That path is lost. I closed my research lab back in 2010, and have had numerous fantastic opportunities outside of science

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Continuing Education

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had a variation of this nightmare. Despite my random exam dreams, it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that I was, and remain, that person, who simply loved school, and learning new things.

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Consume vs. Create

My time spent consuming vs. creating content has been 99:1 for the last few years. One of my goals for 2017 was to change the balance and create more. I’m late getting started. My friend Clay has started old-school blogging

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A Year of Precision Nutrition (PN) Coaching

My year of Precision Nutrition (PN) Coaching (coaching FAQ) ends on June 30, 2017. I first started my fitness journey back in 2004, with Body for Life, doing back to back 12 week “competitions.” The program worked well, but I

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