Losing fat has got to be one the most frustrating pursuits in all of fitness. With so much temptation from all of our favorite foods it’s amazing that only half of the western world is overweight!
Despite its’ challenges, losing fat isn’t impossible. It’s actually a pretty simple concept. All that’s needed is a little bit of time and discipline.
Easier said than done I suppose.
Continue reading “11 Things to Keep in Mind When Trying to Lose Fat”
When it comes to nutrition, you don’t need to make it complicated. In fact, regardless of whether you’re trying to cut body fat or pack on lean muscle, there are a few principles that will always apply.
Continue reading “10 Nutrition Commandments”
It doesn’t matter what circle you roll in whether it’s bodybuilding, powerlifting, Crossfit, or pretty much any sport with the exception of yoga (not really a sport), everyone seems to be on a quest for more strength. If you’re in the gym and you’re moving weight, you’re trying to get stronger in some way, shape, or form – or at least you should be.
Continue reading “18 Ways to Build FREAKISH Strength!”
I’ve never been a huge fan of the word cardio. Not because I don’t like cardio but more so because of the stigma attached to it.
When I hear the word cardio, I automatically think of people sitting on a recumbant bike pedaling away while reading the latest issue of People magazine.
Continue reading “5 Ways to Improve Your Conditioning!”
I’ve got a few more things I’d like to share with you about my time in fitness industry. If you haven’t read Part 1 yet, I strongly suggest you do, there’s some good shit in there!
Continue reading “Training and Life Lessons From the Last 15 Years – Part 2”
If you’re looking to get the best return for your efforts in the gym (and I’m sure you are), then you better listen up.
It’s all about building muscle and reducing body fat. In order to effectively do both, and yes you can do both, you need to bring the two worlds together.
Continue reading “Strength and Conditioning Tip: Superset Big Lifts with High Intensity Conditioning!”
I’ll be the first to admit that I find diets to be utterly frustrating and confusing. We’re all human beings yet there are so many different approaches to eating.
Are we all that different in how we process food?
I know there’s food allergies that may cause some deviations but how can there be so many COMPLETELY DIFFERENT trains of thought?
Continue reading “7 Benefits of Flexible Dieting (IIFYM)”