Let me start by saying that I apologize for the brief hiatus.
Training has picked up quite a bit in the last few months and I have not been as free to sit down and write as I would’ve liked to have been.
With it being summer time and all, everyone is hitting the gym hard and dialing in on the diet.
Both males and females are working hard to achieve that lean, mean beach bod.
If you have ever trained with me or have read this blog, you probably already know that diet is 80% of the game as far as body composition is concerned – especially if your goal is fat loss!
Continue reading “The Importance Of A Weekly “Refeed””
We have arrived at the third installment of this epic three part series.
If you missed Parts 1 and 2, get the hell out of here!
No seriously, catch up.
You can check out Part 1, here.
And Part 2, here.
For those of you that have already done so, congratulations on being awesome.
Now, let’s get this party started, shall we?
Continue reading “Healthy Fats, Good Carbs, Clean Protein: Part 3”
I generally don’t like them because they tend to do more harm than good.
When folks ascribe to a particular ideology or way of thinking, they usually cease viewing the world in an objective way.
If there’s anything I’ve learned in my short amount of time on this earth, it’s that very seldom are things either completely one way or the other.
Continue reading “Healthy Fats, Good Carbs, Clean Protein: Part 1”
I overheard a couple of guys talking the other day while they were working out.
One asked the other, “How many reps should I do?”
The other replied, “It depends on whether or not you want to build muscle or burn fat.”
It was at this point that my eyes began to roll, but I continued to listen to his “expert” advice.
Continue reading “The “High Reps For Fat Loss” Myth”
Happy New Year, everyone!
I decided that the very first topic I would tackle in 2015 would be that of DIETING.
This is the time of year where everyone decides to swing from one end of the dietary extreme to the other.
After 2-3 months (or more) of drinking and eating anything and everything placed in front of us, we now decide that it is time to “clean up” our diets for the new year.
Most people don’t know how the hell to go about doing this.
Continue reading “Dieting: The”One Size Fits All” Approach Doesn’t Work”
One of the biggest dietary myths floating around out there is that you should eat as soon as you wake up, and consume most of your calories in the morning and early afternoon.
Anyone that has ever tried this, however, will tell you that about an hour after eating their chicken breast and steamed broccoli for dinner, they soon find themselves raiding the freezer for that half pint of Ben and Jerry’s Half Baked that they were supposedly saving for “Game of Thrones” on Sunday. #CheatDay
Continue reading “Eat Dinner Like A King”