March 12, 2017

Weekly Reading Round-Up 3/12

Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness info from around the web. As usual, we have another great list of fitness info, as well as a 'Must Read' that you should check out. Let's do this...
March 9, 2017

Jorden’s Best Foods for Mass Not Named Chicken Breast, Rice, or Sweet Potatoes

Fat loss is basically math class. It’s no fun, it’s hard, you don’t wanna do it, and it can make you sleepy. Frankly, it sucks. Building muscle on the other hand, is more like gym class. It’s technically still work, but it’s fun work. It’s a break that you look forward to...
March 5, 2017

Weekly Reading Round-Up 3/5

Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-up; a collection of the best fitness info on the web. As per the usual, we have a great list this week, which we'll get to in a second.
March 2, 2017

Why I Miss Being Fat

Do you remember what it feels like to be able to just enjoy food, without at some point, giving thought to if what your eating is going to hurt your progress, if it’s bad for you, should you be eating it, or even feeling guilty for eating it? I don’t. I don’t remember.
February 26, 2017

Weekly Reading Round-Up 2/26

Another week has come and gone, so that means it's time for another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up; a collection of the best fitness info I read from the past week. We have a short list today, but just because it's short, doesn't mean it won't get the job done...
February 23, 2017

Creatine Quickie: The Dirt on One of the Most Effective Supplements on the Market

If you've any sort of foot in the fitness or supplement arena, you’ve undoubtedly heard of creatine before. It’s been around for over twenty years, and is the most popular and researched supplement ever. Despite this, there’s a lot of bad information out there surrounding this wildly popular supplement, and its use. My goal here today is to set the record straight, and show you why this very effective supplement should be in your stack...