My 5 Most Popular Articles
I’m approaching five years on my website and I’ve been admittedly inconsistent with posting due to some new projects in the works. Over the last five years I have written hundreds of different articles – from training to nutrition. Based on visits, I compiled my 5 most popular articles these last five years.
It’s always interesting to see which type of content resonates with my readers. I can certainly see how some of these made the list, but not all! Regardless, I welcome feedback on the type of content people are looking for. I am far too busy to be a daily blogger or produce non-stop content. However, I am always working and studying my craft so it’s only right that I continue to pass on what I’ve been able to learn.
1.) Interview with the Kind of Aesthetics – Frank Zane
I traveled to California to interview Frank Zane for Muscle and Fitness Magazine. We discuss a lot of relevant concepts and delve into his personal weight training and nutrition habits.
2.) Top 5 Best Tasting Protein Bars
What protein powder or protein bar “tastes best” is a frequently asked question. This is a bit of an older article and I did post a more recent one, but it’s remarkably popular for some reason.
3.) Intra-Workout Nutrition: Fat Loss vs. Muscle Gain
For whatever reason, I’ve been asked to write a lot of peri-workout nutrition articles. From limiting carbohydrates post-workout to training on an empty stomach, there are a lot of ways to alter your nutrition in the pre, intra and post-workout phase. This articles discusses a few different intra-wokout options for fat loss or muscle gain.
4.) The Ultimate Guide to Intermittent Fasting I – Feast vs. Famine
If I had my way this would be the most read article on my site – but it’s not (yet). This is the start of a four part series I wrote on intermittent fasting and why you should give it a try. I’ve written a ton of articles on intermittent fasting but I suggest you start here.
5.) I HATE the Functional Movement Screen
Sadly, the fifth most viewed article on my site wasn’t written by me. It was written by current Head S&C Coach with the Arizona Cardinals, Buddy Morris. Sit back and enjoy his rant on why he hates the “functional movement” screen.