ABOUT

YOU ARE MADE TO BE PHYSICALLY STRONG.

That in and of itself is a philosophically loaded statement.

If it resonates with you, keep reading. 

If not, thanks for stopping by.

Most of what you’ll read on this site is pre-2019 and is my journey to recapture my lost physical abilities and what that meant to my life, and how I shared that with others. Hence the original name of the site – Chasing Strength.

It was a journey – a LONG journey about finding restoration and helping others do the same.

Since then, many things have changed and more importantly – improvedphysically, emotionally, spiritually.

I’ll be writing about them shortly and what you can learn from my mistakes in the School of Hard Knocks.

Who am I?

I’m Geoff Neupert.

I’m a son, husband, and father.

I’ve been in the fitness industry since 1993, with a short hiatus between 2018 and 2019.

I’ve had the good fortune to do the following:

  • Travel the world teaching people kettlebell training, Olympic Lifting, and how to overcome movement issues – in a phrase – teach people to get a lot stronger…
  • Author books on getting physically stronger and more muscular…
  • Develop popular workout programs for people to get stronger, more muscular, and leaner…
  • Write articles about, you guessed it – getting stronger, more muscular, leaner, and moving without restrictions…
  • Qualify for the National Championships and win a state championship in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting…
  • Run my own personal training businesses…
  • Perform well over 25,000 one-on-one personal training sessions and work with all kinds of folks including grandmothers, middle, high school, college, and pro athletes, and even military special operators…
  • Work as a Division 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach at Rutgers University…
  • Be a thought leader in the “kettlebell industry” as a Master Instructor with the Russian Kettlebell Challenge certification program and then StrongFirst…
  • Rehab my own major hip, knee, and lower back injuries and be physically more capable than I was in my late teens and early 20s…

I think that’s about it – or at least all I want to talk about right now.

What does that mean for you?

Honestly, I have no idea. That’s for you to decide. All I’m doing is presenting information with which you can make some kind of informed decision.

Here’s what some other people I’ve worked with have said about me:

https://www.dragondoor.com/geoff-neupert/review/