All posts by: Josh Jarmin

About Josh Jarmin

Originally from Washington, D.C. (NOVA) Josh moved to Atlanta to be a Middle School history teacher after graduating from James Madison University. He joined the Marine Corps infantry as a reservist and served in Iraq honorably. Josh then turned his attention to personal training after his tour in order to help others reach their health/fitness goals. At one point he was 275lbs and 28% body fat. Now he's 195lbs and 13.5% body fat. Josh worked for several fitness facilities in Atlanta and developed a loyal following of trainees. He's created a training program of his own personal design and has established himself as one of the top kettlebell and body movement experts in the Atlanta area. Josh is currently the Co-Owner and Director of Fitness at Blueprint Fitness.

Making an excuse for anything today is about as common as breathing. Our level for tolerance is so low that the slightest bit of effort makes us throw our hands up and say “I can’t do it!” How did we become like this? When did we stop seeing obstacles as a challenge to overcome and, […]

If you’ve never read Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss you better put it on top of your list. It is arguably one of the best books out there detailing the history of the food industry in the United States and how we have become one of the unhealthiest nations in the developed world. And […]

If you travel most of the year then you know firsthand how hard it can be to squeeze in a good workout. If you have access to a gym then you’re problem becomes more of laziness instead of access. For those of you who don’t find yourselves with gear on standby then I have good […]

Actress/model Gal Gadot has dawned the bulletproof bracelets and “lasso of truth” for the second time this past weekend and she’s smashing box office records. This is not only good for comic book fans and the like but for women in general. Being a strong, intelligent, and empathetic woman of fortitude is something that should […]