I had the privilege of sitting in on an intimate lunch seminar at the IDEA World fitness convention with the founder of Precision Nutrition, John Berardi. He spoke about popular diets and how they seem different on the surface, but if you dig a bit deeper you’ll discover that when executed in a healthy way, these diets have more in common than differences. In this blog post I share what I learned about popular diets, and qualities of an effective diet.
If you’ve plateaued in your workout performance or strength gains, progressive overload may be the missing link. Your body adapts to the training demands you place on it. If you don’t give your body a new reason to adapt (get stronger and faster) then it won’t. In this blog post learn how to create a progressive overload so that you continually see progress as a result of your workouts.
In this blog post I cover the five essential strength exercises that every runner needs to do to run faster, stronger, and help avoid injuries.
If you think running sucks but wished you loved it like other people claim they do, then this article will teach you how to make running suck less. Make these small tweaks to your running plans and you’ll be on the road (pun intended) to sucking less.
Weight loss myths can still be helpful if you examine them objectively, take the good from them, then disregard the misinformation. While these nutrition and exercise myths can be debunked, it doesn’t mean you can’t use parts of them to help you reach your goals.