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Don’t Let Pain Hold Your Brain Captive

Don’t Let Pain Hold Your Brain Captive People tend to gloss over the things they think are “basic” or “common sense,” like sleeping an adequate amount (7-8+ hrs.) or paying attention to their mindset. Ironically, these are arguably the most powerful and controllable factors you can influence. Don’t think it’s important? Tell that to the 180 patients… Read more »


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Be Weary of The Posture Police

Be Weary of The Posture Police

Be Weary of The Posture Police My last post undermined the “best practice” of many practitioners and created quite a stir among the “Posture Police.”   Have you ever been inside a chiropractic or “functional” PT echo chamber? It’s loud, full of confirmation bias and anecdotes, and allergic to evidence. Since you will try to… Read more »

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Feast.Fast.Fit.

That’s a wrap! My first book is complete and it is available on Amazon, iBooks, and other major book retailers.      Amazon – Feast.Fast.Fit. On Amazon      iBooks –  Feast.Fast.Fit. iBooks How is Feast.Fast.Fit. different? – I provide simple numbers and tables for you to build a flexible, customizable diet for Men and Women. –… Read more »

Best Ready-to-Drink Protein Shakes

Best Ready-to-Drink Protein Shakes

Best Ready-to-Drink Protein Shakes If you have any desire to be lean, strong and healthy – you need to focus on incorporating some quality protein in your diet. Grabbing a protein shake is the perfect low-calorie option to: Substitute a meal Recover after a workout Increase overall daily protein intake Help control hunger While it’s… Read more »

intermittent fasting and muscle loss

Intermittent Fasting and Muscle Loss

Intermittent Fasting and Muscle Loss Interested in Intermittent Fasting? Grab my book on it here: Feast.Fast.Fit. – Train Your Body to Torch Fat, Build Muscle, and Never Diet Again Intermittent Fasting and Muscle Loss: As the interest in fasting has increased, so have the myths and misconceptions. There is a large group of “fitness and nutrition… Read more »

Not Your Average Fitness Article

Not Your Average Fitness Article

Not Your Average Fitness Article If you have social media, you’re exposed to a constant feed of shiny, click-bait utopia where life is luxurious and abs are a cup of buttered coffee away. You may find this depressing, motivating or confusing. Personally, I find it rather amusing, but the real-world consequence is widespread misinformation, which… Read more »

The Most Difficult Lunge Variation – SSB Deficit Reverse Lunge

The Most Difficult Lunge Variation – SSB Deficit Reverse Lunge

The Most Difficult Lunge Variation – SSB Deficit Reverse Lunge Looking for a new movement to introduce into your boring, monotonous leg training? If you dare, try the SSB Deficit Reverse Lunge. I use deficit reverse lunges with athletes and clients all the time as a powerful accessory movement. The safety squat bar reverse lunge… Read more »

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt 3

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt 3

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt 3 This weeks winner was a no-brainer – literally. LeBron James made it incredibly easy for me – almost like the finals were for the Warriors….ouch, sorry Bron.   Where to start? First, I’ll address the same played-out counterarguments that random people online will spew…. Read more »

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt. 2

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt. 2

Stupid Sh*t I Saw on Social Media This Week Pt. 2   This weeks winner (loser) is…   Chains for dummies Adding chains (or bands) to your bench, squat, deadlift, etc. can be a great way to increase the rate of force development (RFD) and  explosive strength. This is called “accommodating resistance” and you can… Read more »

The Most Brutal Leg Finisher

The Most Brutal Leg Finisher If you hate yourself and don’t want to walk for an hour – give this brutal split squat finisher a try. I performed these last today, which probably wasn’t my best idea. Begin with a 5 second hold – then perform 5 consecutive reps Then hold for 10 seconds –… Read more »