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Why You Should Audit Your Training

If you’re feeling stuck, frustrated that your efforts haven’t delivered the results you wanted, and you are spinning your wheels, then the answer is a simple, yes. You should audit your training. What do I mean by audit your training? Well, it’s simple really. You need to make sure what you’re doing will actually get...

The Surefire Way to Lose Your Love Handles

You've tried countless workout programs and diets to lose the flab around your torso, but nothing has worked. This year, you want to finally be able to confidently step out on the beach. The torso and midsection are often overlooked when training, however this can become a problem area, both for your overall health...

Is Excess Protein Bad For Your Kidneys?

Of all of the myths that abound when it comes to nutrition, the assumptions that surround protein consumption and kidney damage seem to be the one everyone talks about most often. How did it start? From the research, I did this particular myth started from research on patients with kidney disease. And why is...

5 Life-Saving Tips for Cold-Weather Training

Cold-weather training is common among hockey players, skiers, snow boarders, and winter-sport endurance athletes. Battling the elements during training or competition can wreak havoc on your body and reduce your ability to perform at your highest level if the proper precautions are not taken. Preventing cold weather injuries and training effects should be of primary importance, especially as...

A Complete Guide to Calories

Knowing how many calories you are eating every day and the amount you need to go over or stay under, depending on your goals, is one of the key principles to building a bigger (or leaner) body. One way is by estimating your total daily energy expenditure, or TDEE, which is the amount of calories your...

Is Instagram Sensation and Light Weight Boxer Ryan Garcia Ready For His Friday Night Fight?

Monday through Friday, Garcia’s regimen remains the same, beginning with a 5-mile run each morning at 6 a.m. Afterward, Garcia refuels with a protein smoothie or coffee and grapefruit.  By 11 a.m., he’s off to the boxing gym for a two-hour training session, which leaves him a bit hungry. After, around 1 and 2 p.m.,...

25 Romantic Things to Do on Valentine’s Day

Yes, Valentine’s Day is cheesy and blown out of proportion, and your love should be expressed every day of the year—but if you don’t plan a proper date on February 14, you will most certainly be in the doghouse, no matter how many times she says it’s not a big deal. So get over...

Top 5 Reasons Your Deadlift Sucks

Your technique stinks. Put a bar on the floor, bend over, grab it, and pick it up. How hard can that be? Pretty hard, actually. Beneath its rough exterior, the deadlift is a surprisingly subtle move, requiring careful attention to a dozen different details to get it just right. That’s one reason many lifetime powerlifters set...

Wheeled Sleds vs. Traditional Sleds: Pros and Cons

Sled pushes and pulls test your full-body strength and conditioning, so it’s no surprise that sleds are staples in serious gyms and sports training facilities. But there’s more than one type of sled—and as of late, people are ditching the classic ski-mounted sleds for wheeled versions.  The metal skis on the bottom of a sled and...