November 11, 2016

Veterans Day

I’ve been asked my entire adult life if I was a United States Marine. The answer is no as that wasn’t the course of action I chose coming out of college. It is a regret as everything I believe is demonstrated by the Corp. Today I have thought about what I have in common, in fact what my family and business has in common with not only the Marines but all of the military service branches as well as the peace keepers, firefighters and medical teams.

Here is what it is. My family and DewCoach have a tremendous desire, as do all the afore mentioned, to serve others. We don’t care what race, gender, age, sexual orientation, current circumstances of life, number of abortions, who you voted for, or where you born. We love first, served second and judge not. Just like the active troops, veterans and first responders. If you need help, we give it. If you want to change and grow, we come alongside and lead, demonstrate and teach.

The country is in some degree of turmoil. We are not. Just like the trained military, medical and peacekeepers, we have trained ourselves to be ready to serve in times of turmoil. We don’t recoil at events, we embrace chaos, challenge and seek to actively be a part of people’s lives that need and want our help.

You can find us easily online, at our home, at our version of a ‘ranch’ called DewCoach where you will be accepted, loved and I guarantee changed. We will give you everything we have including tough love to move you to another place, the place you truly seek deep in your heart.

No, I wasn’t blessed to be a Marine but I’ve known many and they humble me with their attitude and effort. I seek to honor them with my attitude and effort and in so doing see every human being as one race, ‘the human race‘ and I seek to serve them.

Have a great Veterans Day and I encourage you to serve another today!

Terry Gourley aka DewCoach

March 26, 2016

Man says to (spouse, friend, buddy whoever):
“I’m going to the gym.” (internally, please give me a reason not to)
OR “I’m going to go workout.”  (internally, it’s the right thing to do)
OR “Hey, I’m going to work out!” (Internally, hope it’s a good one even though I’m not sure what to do)
OR “Hey, I’m can’t wait to workout, you’ve got to go with me, it’s my favorite part of the day.” (Internally, this will kick my butt again but I feel like I used to in high school and its fun too)

Question: How do you get your inner voice to get your actual voice to say it in the right voice? Here are 3 reasons how you can get it there.
•    Have a purpose, plan and goal. Know why you are working out, what you are going to do and a goal to meet.
•    Workout with people that are going to push you and help you accomplish the three phases of step 1.
•    Workout at a place that encourages those three goals by adding one key component; Competition!

DewCoach is a that place. It’s not just a workout, it is a complete attitude adjustment. Oh it’s a workout, you will develop your body into its best version of itself in your life. I mean in every way and for every purpose. Internally, Externally, Attitudinally, Emotionally, and even Spiritually. You can’t imagine until you’ve done it what adding 30 minutes of Attack Basketball inside a Sportsfusion inflatable will do for your heart and head. And that’s just the beginning. The DewCoach training protocol employs a wide range of styles to hit every modality.

Interval, Circuit, Body Building, Power Lifting, Body-weight and more are used to meet the objectives of strength, balance, power, agility and mobility which enable you to reach your goals of more muscle, less body fat, look better in and out of your clothes.

Ask yourself this question, “Is my workout boring and by boring I mean dull, monotonous, stale, tame, tedious, unimaginative, uninspiring, discouraging and just plain ordinary.”

A workout at DewCoach is amazing, awesome, energizing, exciting, exhilarating, inspiring, invigorating, stimulating, absorbing and engaging.

Check out or stop by 677 Cochran because seeing is believing!
DewCoach – Embrace the Pain!

September 26, 2013

Why do the workouts need to be varied so much?

Our mind controls what our body does and our body loves ‘normal’. Whether you have run, worked a treadmill, climbed a Stairmaster or even lifted weights in the past, your body adapted to what you did. Most people design and execute their own workouts or buy a DVD or two with workouts on them. When you choose the workout you are going to do ahead of time, your body adjusts and prepares itself in advance which reduces the effectiveness of your effort. Simply put, if you don’t know what is coming, your body is already beginning to benefit before you ever start! Part two of the reason is wide variety of workouts prevent boredom.

When you don’t know what is coming and you are doing exercises that are new or with different implements, the effort is high and your mind is active. This combination increases results. Part three is that varied workouts with a wide array of implements, such as kettle bells, sandbags, various ropes, dumbbells, suspension systems, free weights, sledge hammers and many more create muscle confusion and metabolic disturbance when properly programmed. All of this variance creates a greater impact in the creation of muscle, burning of fat and mental focus.

So, variability is key for your mind and body while providing the most efficient method for achieving your expected outcome.