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WTF is a Calorie?

Introduction It seems that everybody has a different idea of what should or should not be eaten, where your Calories should be coming from or if we should be tracking Calories at all. With fear often being used to justify [...]

By |June 21st, 2017|Nutrition|0 Comments

In Defense of Science

I often get approached both with praise and negativity for my reliance on scientific research. The requests I make to others for research to support the claims they state as facts rarely go over well however. Regardless, questioning the validity of [...]

By |May 31st, 2017|Mental Motivation and Performance|0 Comments

Stop Blaming the Client for Your Coaching Failures!

As I hit my third set of Bulgarian Split Squats during what has been an uninspiring lower body workout on a Saturday, my mind wanders from the task at hand — I overhear two personal trainers speaking about a client [...]

By |March 30th, 2017|Mental Motivation and Performance, Training|0 Comments

Trigger Points and Myofascial Release

When speaking about pre and post workout routines clients often bring up trigger point release and with such comes a multitude of questions. I have promised many people over the past few months that I would write an article on [...]

By |April 13th, 2016|Prehab and Rehab|0 Comments

Farmboy Training – Taking GPP to the Next Level

About a million ways exist to train for each and every physical characteristic that can be controlled via exercise, yet few people relatively speaking in the bodybuilding community think about active rest or General Physical Preparation(GPP) training. With GPP training [...]

By |March 18th, 2016|Training|0 Comments