Just wanted to share an interesting study that sport nutritionist Dr. Layne Norton posted on his twitter account the other day (twitter.com/biolayne). First off, if anyone doesn’t know Layne, he earned his PhD from the University of Illinois in Nutritional Sciences and is without a doubt one of the most knowledgeable people in the world … Continue reading Do We Owe Carbs and Apology?
I have to give Alwyn Cosgrove credit for posting this, but it's great and deserves as much run as it can get. Nothing crazy, just a handful of clips from interviews with Will Smith over the course of his career, but some real motivational and inspirational stuff. Whether or not you like him as an actor, after … Continue reading Motivation and Inspiration from Will Smith
If you’re anything like me, and most of you are, the one thing you hate most about training is conditioning. Not many people enjoy pushing a prowler around, spending a half hour at the track running sprints, or wasting an hour of your time on the elliptical when you could be actually doing something useful. … Continue reading 4 Minutes to A Better You
Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work: 4 Lies the Fitness Industry Tells You Nothing here that hasn’t been said before, but all things that need to be said over and over until it actually hits home with the general … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump – 10/19
One of the most common goals for many people stepping into a gym, especially in women, is losing weight. You hear it time and time again about how so and so are trying to get to “X” weight before an upcoming vacation, wedding, or various other events. Women also seem to always have a certain … Continue reading Small Changes for Better Results
In the world of strength and conditioning, whether in a college/university setting or a private setting, single leg training has become a staple, and for good reason. No matter what your goals are, be it to gain lower body strength, enhance athletic performance, or just have a pair of legs you can be proud of … Continue reading Single Leg Training