Anyone that trains hard and often will preach to you about how important recovery is from session to session. As fun as it is to beat yourself up each day in the weight room or on the field, you need to do something to turn the ship around for the next days workout, practice, or … Continue reading Simple Recovery Strategies
With spring here and summer rapidly approaching many of us have come to the terms with the fact that we may have put on a little too much weight over the holiday season – let’s call it an extra winter layer, a layer we all want to get rid of before bikini season is officially … Continue reading Summer Meltdown
Being on a cruise for the last week has been a great on so many accounts. I can’t complain about getting away from the everyday grind and not having anything to worry about as well as being able to get up whenever I wanted to. It also didn’t hurt that I was on a cruise through … Continue reading Life on a Cruise Ship
Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work: Are You Daily or Occasionally? by Martin Rooney Great article with Martin reflecting back on his career and how he has grown into a great fitness mind through working his ass off … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 12/7
A lean, healthy body is something that we all strive for but yet many of us are still chasing. Here are a few ways to get your fat loss furnace running at full speed. 1) Consistency One of the biggest reasons people don’t make the progress they want in the gym when it comes to … Continue reading Tips to Increase Fat Loss
Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work: Weight Training Programs: 7 Ways to Get Strong(er) Now by Eric Cressey A good read for lifters of all levels with tips on how to get stronger. I'm pretty sure anyone that … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump – 11/2
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?