One day eggs are bad for you and the next they’re fine. Saturated fat is bad for you, but wait, no it’s not. What’s with all the mixed messages? Don’t scientist know what they are doing? Well, the problem doesn’t lie in the scientists, but in the way the research is interpreted by the media.
This is a guest post from the folks at www.examine.com and The Supplement Goals Reference Guide There are a ton of pre-workout supplements on the market…too many to actually make a solid decision. I was wondering the same thing so I recruited the team behind the Supplement Goals Reference Guide to help me answer this
*this post first appeared on my friend Travis Stoetzel’s blog. I normally get asked how to build muscle and burn fat; rightfully so, as most dudes I see training in community gyms don’t have a clue. Most guys want a rippin’ 6-pack, cannon-ball delts and to be stronger than their old man but are all
With the state of the nutrition world, it’s difficult to know what to eat and what to avoid. One week eggs are good for you and the next they are comparable to smoking. My personal favorite is eating fat will make you fat, so eat more carbs (not true). It’s tough to know what resources
Here’s part III of my 30 Years 30 Health and Fitness Tips. Disclaimer: I am not a nutritionist or dietician. I do not provide meal plans or claim to be a nutrition expert. I only make recommendations on what foods to eat or avoid based on past experience and my education.
If you missed Part I, I listed the first 10 of 30 health and fitness tips in this series. Here’s Part II, enjoy! Disclaimer: I am not a nutritionist or dietician. I do not provide meal plans or claim to be a nutrition expert. I only make recommendations on what foods to eat or avoid
Well, it’s hard to believe, 30 years ago I was born. I’ve been blessed with health, education and awesome family and friends. I thought it would be fitting that since I’m 30, it would be a good idea to share with you my top 30 health and fitness tips that will help you live an
Far too often we only focus on what program to do, what run to do today or how many miles to run this week, but we don’t usually spend time planning our recovery. In my humble opinion, the recovery is more important than the program itself. If you’re not recovering properly and effectively, it doesn’t