6 Ways to Challenge the Single Leg Squat to a Box

6 Ways to Challenge the Single Leg Squat to a Box As much as I love the traditional barbell squat movement, it’s not for everyone. Differences in hip structure (long femur, shallow hip socket), spinal issues, or comfort alone, may not make it the best choice for some people. That’s ok – It doesn’t matter what your… Read more »

Strength Matters

A few months ago I attended a Principles of Movement course by Dr. Craig Liebenson here in Buffalo. The course was great and I loved Craig’s overall message and life-long pursuit of learning. After the course, we continued talking about how we could promote smart strength training to boost resiliency and reduce frailty. Through proper strength… Read more »

feast.fast.fit.

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 »

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 »

Intermittent Fasting and Cortisol

Intermittent Fasting and Cortisol Intermittent Fasting and Cortisol: This “article” started as a response to a Facebook thread I was tagged in yesterday, where people were warning the original poster about exercising in the morning on an empty stomach due to it raising cortisol. If you want the low-down on Intermittent Fasting and a customizable… Read more »

How Low Should You Squat?

How Low Should You Squat?

How Low Should You Squat? So how low should you squat? The short, simple answer is: Whichever is the safest, most effective way for you to reach your desired goal. The article could literally end here, but in case you are looking for a little more depth… Here’s your checklist to finding your depth: Why am… Read more »