375CPFT is my personal fitness blog.  It is a public record of my workouts along with some thoughts and information about my fitness regimen and fitness in general.

I started 375CPFT for two main reasons:

  • to share my fitness activities with the few friends and family who might have an actual interest in my day-to-day activities (hi mom!) and
  • to give myself some public accountability.

I have found that maintaining a training program solo is hard.  Since I don’t have any local workout partners to help hold me accountable and keep me on track, 375CPFT serves as my virtual training partner.  This is the place where I come to brag about completed workouts and to confess ashamedly about skipping workouts and eating deep dish pizzas and cheesecake.  And chocolate.


My name is Todd Hendrix.  I’m a former U.S. army infantry officer who transitioned to civilian life a few years ago and currently lives overseas.

I’m a lifelong athlete and student of fitness who is a “jack-of-all-trades and master of none”.  I’ve played/studied/participated in:

  • Tae Kwon Do
  • Soccer
  • Running
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Volleyball
  • Crossfit
  • Bowling
  • Wrestling/grappling
  • Boxing
  • Gymnastics
  • Skiing
  • Ultimate frisbee
  • Surfing
  • Triathlons (sprint, Olympic and half-Ironman)
  • Marathons
  • Weight lifting
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Scuba diving
  • Sky diving
  • And more . . .

I am not a bodybuilder or an endurance athlete.  I’m not a martial artist or waterman or anything else.  I’m just someone who enjoys sports, athletics and physical activity in general.  I pursue physical fitness for it’s own sake and because it’s important to the lifestyle I enjoy and want to maintain for years to come.


I used to be an Army Master Fitness Trainer but other than that I’m no kind of expert and I don’t hold any certifications or licenses, so everything you see here is my personal opinion or interpretation and shouldn’t be taken as guidance, instruction, coaching or expert advice.

Don’t try this at home, caveat emptor, consult your physician and all those other things.

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