October 4, 2015
Another Sunday, another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up! We have 13 articles this week plus a new blog post for you check out this week, so without any further delay, let’s get to it! New on the Blog The Complete Incomplete Guide to Supplements As a trainer and coach, one of the things I get asked about a lot is supplements. And understandably so. The supplement industry brings in millions of dollars each year. The choices when it comes to products are endless. Unfortunately, a lot of these products are complete crap. In this article, I breakdown some of the more popular supplements on the market, discuss which ones might be worth your money, and which ones are complete crap.
September 30, 2015
As a trainer and coach one of the things I get asked about a lot are supplements. Almost everyone in the fitness industry has an opinion on supplements. Some hate them, while others depend on selling supplements to make a living. Neither side is right or wrong, it really just depends on your experience with supplements (or in some cases how slimy and money-hungry you are).
September 27, 2015
September 20, 2015
Time for another addition of the weekly reading round-up! This weeks list contains 11 great articles from many familiar faces. Check them out and let me know which one is your favorite! Weekly Reading Round-Up Best of the Best There’s Always More to Say: Tattoos, Semicolons, and Suicidal Depression – John Romaniello This week’s best article isn’t necessarily fitness related, but it was far and away the best thing I read on the internet this week and I think everyone can take something from it. Having had a few people close to me battle with, and continue to battle with depression, John’s article really hit home. Chances are, someone in your life struggles with depression, whether you know it or not. Most of us probably feel depressed sometimes, but that differs drastically from those suffering from true depression. Unless you live with depression, it’s truly difficult to know exactly what those people are going through. John does a great job of explaining just how difficult it can be. Best of the Rest The Truth About Net Carbs – Dr. John Rusin & Mike Gorski The ONE Thing to Improve Your Health – Mason Woodruff The Unspoken Truth About Online Fitness – Tanner Baze 34 Things Learned from 20 Years of Lifting – Part 1 – Dean Somerset Does Size Matter? – Bryan Krahn 12 Life Changing Lessons My Dad Taught Me – Mike Vacanti Strength Training Tricks: What Works – Travis Pollen Gym Etiquette 101 – James Fell Get Gung Ho About Fitness – James Fell How to Beat Hunger – Jason Helmes Don’t go searching for the best fitness info…get it delivered to your inbox each week! [mc4wp_form]
September 13, 2015
Each week, I will search the internet for the best articles having to do with fat loss, gaining muscle, building strength, diet & nutrition, and general health. Part of my goal as a coach and trainer is education. That is why I want to provide YOU with access to the best fitness info on the net. Great list this week so let’s get to it!
September 6, 2015
Each week, I will search the internet for the best articles having to do with fat loss, gaining muscle, building strength, diet & nutrition, and general health. Part of my goal as a coach and trainer is education. That is why I want to provide YOU with access to the best fitness info on the net. Let’s get to it! Weekly Reading Round-Up How to Save Calories On a Diet – Jason Helmes The Coach & Client Disconnect – Steve Hall Ask the Experts: How Do You Get Big Shoulders – Jason Maxwell How to Stay (Or Get Back Into) Shape – Bryan Krahn Training Essentialism: What Every Workout Needs – Eric Bach Stimulate or Annihilate Muscle: Which Is Better? – Tony Gentilcore The Smart Lifters Guide to Rest Periods – Scott Abel The Definitive Full-Body Workout Guide: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s Best – Mike Matthews You’re Not In Starvation Mode – Amy Dix