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Fitness Guide to Parkinson’s Law: How to Lose Fat Faster

Flashback to 2014. My days all started the same: Up at 4:00 a.m., a cup of black coffee, and heading to the gym. Then, in a caffeine infused blitzkrieg, the day was on. Clients from 5 am to 6 or 7 pm, with a few one-hour breaks. These one-hour breaks were a godsend. Besides getting off my feet, they were… Keep Reading

The Fitness Myth That Kills Progress

There is a fitness perpetuated by the fitness industry. No one is innocent. Not me, you, expert coaches, powerlifters, athletes, CrossFitters, or the swole bro’s at your gym. It leads to information overload and the frustration of pulling your hair out and worrying that you’re doing it all wrong. It leads you to ditch your diet for the next cure-all diet plan,… Keep Reading

What No One Tells you About Vitamin D

Is a lack of basic vitamins causing you to lose gains? Pull up your chairs and get ready for class: We’re talkin’ about the D. Vitamin D that is. We’ll dig into the role of Vitamin D and more specifically, why getting more of it is essential to optimizing health, maximizing gym performance, and looking great naked. Nearly every receptor in… Keep Reading

How to Develop Rotational Power

What is rotational power? And why is it important for athletes, trainers, and people who want to improve their athleticism? Kennet Waale explains in this extended guest post that comes complete with videos, tutorials, and a sample workout. Over to you, Kennet. Developing rotary power can improve hitting real world strength, overall athleticism, agility, and even straight-line sprinting speed. Yet… Keep Reading

The Key to Success Mindset

Whether it's getting shredded for the beach, learning Japanese, or starting your own business, taking these actions will raise your chance of success, exponentially. I'll explain, all in the context of lifting weights, sex, and booze.Yes, really. Keep Reading

Four Tips to Build an Athletic Body

[A variation of this article was published as a guest post on NickTumminello.com] Building an athletic body isn’t just for competitive athletes. It’s for everyone. Or it should be. Why not be able to  run, throw, jump, cut, and play a recreational sport at the drop of a hat? Unfortunately, this isn’t as common as it should be. Much more common… Keep Reading

How To Improve Training Consistency

When it comes training, we tend to like the results a lot more than the process. Guest blogger Olivier Poirier-Leroy explains how to build a workout routine that will last.  The January hordes have already begun to thin out at local gyms. Familiar faces are coming back into focus as many of the New Year’s resolution people fade away. Training… Keep Reading

Flexible Dieting: Is it right for you?

Today I’ve got something special for you: a guest post from Matt Dustin on Flexible Dieting. Matt’s a coach and fellow business owner. I had the chance to meet up with him in San Diego a few months back. Matt’s a great dude who showed me the city, and we kicked around  some big plans for the coming months. We… Keep Reading

Minimalist Training

Six ways to Make Exercises Harder

[This article was Originally Published here on AskMen.com] Is your current workout not cutting it? I hear you. Maybe you’re stuck in a busted hotel with a few janky dumbbells and a treadmill. Or, you’re just a glutton for self-punishment and want to have an intense workout.  But most likely, you’re training has plateaued and you need a kick in… Keep Reading

4 Medicine Ball Exercises For Explosive Power

Today I’ve got something special for you: a guest blog post from my coach Joey Percia covering 4 Medicine Ball Exercises For Explosive Power. Joey Percia is a bad-ass who also happens to be an extremely bright coach who runs Percia Performance in New York City. Joey really knows the ins and outs of building a show and go physique. He has a 500+ lb… Keep Reading

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