August 31, 2016

Jorden’s Supplement Stack Series: The One Supplement You Should Be Taking

Of all the supplements that I have taken in my life, I truly believe that there are none more beneficial for your health than Athletic Greens. When it comes to supplements, it’s certainly rises above the rest. That’s why I recommend it to every single client I work with.
August 28, 2016

Weekly Reading Round-Up 8/28

Another week, and another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up; a collection of the best fitness info from around the web. As per usual, we have another great list of articles this week for your reading enjoyment, so check them out...
August 23, 2016

28 Life Lessons in 28 Years

Every once in a while, I like to use certain events as an opportunity to reflect on the things I’ve been through, the life lessons I've learned, and how those things have changed me. And one of said events is today; my birthday.
August 21, 2016

Weekly Reading Round-Up 8/21

Aaaaaand, we're back! It's been a busy last week, with not a lot of contact with the internet world. Because of that, last week's Reading Round-Up was delayed a bit. But fear not; today's list of best fitness info contains not one, but two weeks worth of information-packed articles. This week's list is huge, but I guess when you miss a week, that's gonna happen. Let's check it out...
August 7, 2016

Weekly Reading Round-Up 8/7

Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness info of the week. As usual, we have another fantastic list for you this week, so let's get to it...
August 3, 2016

The Seinfeld Guide to Fat Loss

We live in a great age of television. Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, anything on Netflix…it’s a TV junkies dream. As a child of the 90s however, today’s television doesn’t hold a candle the all the classic shows that I grew up with; none greater of course, than Seinfeld.
November 29, 2015

Weekly Reading Round-Up 11/29

Time again for another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best health and fitness articles of the week. We have 10 great articles for your reading please this week. Let’s check ’em out… Best of the Best The Quick & Dirty Fat Loss Method – Steve Hall   Best of the Rest Got Knee Pain? Fix Your Tracking in the Squat and Lunge – Dr. John Rusin Exercise Is Not a Punishment For Eating – Nia Shanks Most People Have No Clue How Many Calories They Expend Exercising – Dr. Arya Sharma Sumo and Conventional Deadlift (everything you need to know) – Adam Pine Prevent 45% of Soft-Tissue Injuries with Accentuated Eccentric Training – Dr. Mario Novo 5 Fake Health Foods That Sabotage Fat Loss – Megan Ware The New Science of Time Under Tension – Brad Schoenfeld 5 Mobility Exercises You’ve Probably Never Done, But Should – Dean Somerset 6 Healthy Habits You’re Already Doing (and don’t even know it) – Dr. John Berardi
November 22, 2015

Weekly Reading Round-Up 11/22

¡Buenos Dias! Good morning from the sunny beaches of Punta de Mita, Mexico. After a one week hiatus we are back with another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, with ten great articles for your reading pleasure. Before we get to the list I just want to mention that in tomorrow’s newsletter I will be sending out a free muscle-building vacation workout. Vacations usually mean extra calories so I will be sharing with you the exact program I am using to enjoy my vacation, build muscle and not worry about fat gain. You can sign up for the JPF Newsletter here. Now let’s get to this weeks list…   Best of the Best How Lifting Help Me Get Engaged – Alex Bonvechio   Best of the Rest Nutrition Advice to Turn You Into a Strength Training Animal – Nicole DeMicco 5 Ways You’re Screwing Up Your Squat – Paul Carter What Should You Do If You’re Not ” Naturally Lean”? – Jason Helmes Fix Your Nutrition: 4 Ways to Make Your Food Work For You – John Craven Training for Strength? The Top 3 Rep Schemes You Should Be Using – Eric Bach Natural Treatments for the Most Common Medical Problems – Dr. John Berardi & Dr. Spencer Nadolsky How to Improve Chin-Ups and Pull-Ups From the Ground – Tony Gentilcore How I Lost My Mojo (& Got It Back) – John Romaniello Synergizing Training & Nutritional Sciences For Maximal Muscle Growth – Dr. John Rusin    
November 8, 2015

Weekly Reading Round-Up 11/8

Time now once again for the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best health and fitness articles from around the web. Let’s get right to this weeks list…   Best of the Best The 10 Best Fitness Articles of All Time – Jason Helmes I feel it’s only right to put an article outlining the best fitness articles of all time as this week’s Best of the Best. My buddy Jason went through the process of picking the 10 best articles out of all the articles ever published. Like Jason says, if you haven’t read these articles, make time and do so.   Best of the Rest Mind-Muscle Connection: Harnessing Modern Midichlorians for Ultimate Gains – Robbie Farlow 8 Accessory Exercises For a Better Physique – Mason Woodruff 20 Frustrated Fitness Thoughts – Tony Bonvechio Self-Destructive Tendencies – Tanner Baze Lifting Speed: The Biggest Mistakes In Training – Eric Bach 3 Types of People Who Should Recomp – John Fawkes The Deadlift: Beginner Basics – Tony Gentilcore 5 Things We Can Learn From Arnold About Building Muscle – Bret Contreras & Brad Schoenfeld  
November 1, 2015

Weekly Reading Round-Up 11/1

It’s time once again for the Weekly Reading Round-Up; a list of the best health and fitness articles of the week. We have 10 great articles for this week, plus a new blog post for you to check out! Enjoy! New on the Blog Lean Habits: 12 Tips to Help You Achieve & Maintain a Lean Physique I reached to 11 different trainers and coaches to pick their brains about what it takes to not only achieve, but maintain a lean physique. This articles provides you will 12 different tips you can start implementing today in order to get the body you’ve always wanted.   Best of the Best Scientists Just Found Out That Red Meat Causes Cancer…Or Did They? – Kamal Patel Due to the “big finding” this week that processed and red meats supposedly cause cancer, I feel that it’s important everyone read this article on Examine.com. The biggest thing to remember is that correlation does not equal causation, and just because someone does one thing doesn’t mean it is directly linked to a certain outcome, especially something as complex as cancer.   Best of the Rest Fit After 40: The Pros Weigh in on Surviving and Thriving – Amy Dix The ‘Get Shredded Series’ Part 3 – Sleep – Stephen Hall 5 Reasons You’re Not Building Muscle – Garrett Hayden Exercise Variety is Making You Weak – Tony Gentilcore Why I Dislike the American Kettlebell Swing – Tony Gentilcore How to Win or Lose at Mid-Life – Bryan Krahn What Matters Most in the Sugar Debate – James Fell 5 Ways We Sabotage Success With Cognitive Biases – Tanner Baze 50 Ways to Improve Your Health Today – Mason Woodruff The Key for Progress: Recognizing and Overcoming Laziness – Greg Nuckols  
October 27, 2015

Lean Habits: 12 Tips to Help You Achieve & Maintain a Lean Physique

  Let’s face it, we’re all a little vain. Whether you’re like me and openly admit it, or you would rather hide your vanity in the closet, as humans being vain is only natural. We all at one point or another have walked past a mirror and picked out one (or in most cases more than one) thing that we would like to change about our bodies. Maybe you want bigger arms, a rounder butt, or chiseled abs.
October 25, 2015

Weekly Reading Round-Up 10/25

Time for another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up. We have 7 fantastic articles to check out this week covering training, nutrition, and mindset. Before we get to that, I just want to remind everyone that my Total Body Hybrid training group is kicking off Monday, October 26th on Fitocracy. There are still open spots, so if you’re looking to lose fat, gain muscle, get stronger, and build the body of your dreams, sign up now! Now, let’s get to this weeks list…