Lee Boyce

Real Training. No Nonsense.

Real Training. No Nonsense.

Get Coaching Read the Blog Who is Lee Boyce?

Lee Boyce Has Been Featured In:

View all
Publication Collage View all

Lee Boyce Has Been Featured In:

View all
Publication Collage View all

Latest Blog Articles

View All Blog Articles

Inspiration Culture has Perverted Fitness, and it’s Messing with your Mind.

Anyone can become an “influencer”, but every influence ain’t positive.

Inspiration Culture has Perverted Fitness, and it’s Messing with your Mind.

The climate of one-upmanship and strength-in-numbers has dominated social media, and if you’re smart, you probably see it too.

For me, it took one addition – an Instagram account created about 8 weeks ago – to see just how crazy it’s gotten online, and ultimately strengthen my resolve to avoid resorting to the same methods for viewership and readership.

Continue Reading

Dear Medical Professionals: STOP Giving Out Exercise Advice.

You sure as heck don’t like when we prescribe meds.

Dear Medical Professionals: STOP Giving Out Exercise Advice.

Time and again, the internet defends its spot atop the throne as the primary haven for misinformation, and a way for the insecure to find hubris located neatly behind a flip screen.

Beyond the reach it has for spreading good information, it also dictates the zeitgeist for 2018 – one, in my opinion, made up of a self-help shock culture that mistakes everyone for an expert.

Continue Reading

Running: Final Verdict

Before you choose a side, get properly informed. I’ll help.

Running: Final Verdict

I’ve spoken at length on the rampant extremism that exists within the fitness community. People take polarizing approaches suited to their personal preferences, and even apply that approach to their lives by making it their identity.

Worse yet, if they’re fitness professionals who get paid to coach people for a living, they apply such one-track-mindedness to their clientele, who may end up becoming the same way themselves.

Continue Reading

I Weight Trained at the Gym for 365 Consecutive Days. Here are 7 Things I Learned.

Really – I lifted 7 days per week, for a year. Ain’t nobody got time for clickbait.

I Weight Trained at the Gym for 365 Consecutive Days. Here are 7 Things I Learned.

What started out as a serious rehab project ended up turning itself into a self-motivated “experiment”, with the intent of nothing more than being able to say I did it.

Continue Reading
View All Blog Articles

Recently Published Articles

Lee Boyce on YouTube