Women’s Health: Seeing Muscle Definition

So earlier in the week, I was quoted on Women’s Health (my first appearance) with Lee Boyce (a colleague of mine and fellow fitness writer/trainer from Toronto) in a short article on how long it takes to see muscle definition. Link here: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/muscle-definition I was asked several questions about the topic and the author took

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Top 5 Reasons You’re Not Seeing Results in the Gym

Below is a guest blog post from a good friend of mine and fellow colleague, Chad Landers. After over 20 years in the personal training business, I’ve come to realize that many people still have problems achieving their personal fitness goals. While this is good for my business, the vast majority of people will be

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Strategic Exercise Pairing for More Size

In most beginner exercise textbooks, it’s common to prescribe multi-joint movements (e.g. squats, bench press, deadlifts, etc.) at the start of your workout, and follow with isolation-type exercises (e.g. biceps curls, leg curls, triceps extensions, etc.). However, in the 1960s, Arthur Jones suggested the opposite (an isolation exercise performed immediately before a compound exercise) and

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10 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Workouts

Long-term success in the gym isn’t difficult to achieve if you follow standard, tried and true training principles and couple it with adequate dedication, consistency, and recovery. However, if you look around any gym, you’ll see tons of guys looking exactly the same as they did last year. A lack of results or stalled progress

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Pumping Iron

Some people focus on getting lean in the new year while others try to put on size. Let’s chat a bit about putting on slabs of chiselled muscle shall we :) The only way you’re gonna put on size, is to train hard, smart, and consistently in the gym. You gotta train like a bodybuilder,

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