27 03, 2017

The Legal & Ethical Nutrition Scope of Practice For Personal Trainers

By | March 27th, 2017|Lifestyle, Nutrition|7 Comments

Is It Illegal For Personal Trainers To Give Nutritional Advice? A medium height man, of medium build, a tucked in polo (with no belt), and a pocket protector barged into my office—without an appointment. Ok, so my door was slightly ajar. Also, yes, he did offer a small knock [click to continue...]

2 01, 2017

Avoid The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make With Fitness Goals

By | January 2nd, 2017|Lifestyle, Motivation, Nutrition|1 Comment

There's a reason why most fitness and health goals turn into pure and utter BS in a matter of a few weeks, especially this time of year. Sure, change is hard, but it's also not acceptable to pigeon hole your goals before they even start with magical quick fix mindsets that l [click to continue...]

14 11, 2016

The Science of Supplementation & Natural Food For Faster Recovery

By | November 14th, 2016|Nutrition, Physical Therapy|5 Comments

Recovery from an injury can be a particularly frustrating time for any athlete, compounded when insufficient advice had been offered to expedite the process. Too often, a “basic” approach is employed, entailing the use of ice, lots of rest and a prescription NSAID (non-stero [click to continue...]

8 08, 2016

3 Quick Fitness Principles Every Beginner Should Master

By | August 8th, 2016|Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Building foundations for your fitness, health and wellness can be a pretty frustrating and confusing process for many. And lets be honest, the main stream fitness media marketing strategies aren't doing anyone any good when it comes to sustainable long term results based pra [click to continue...]

13 07, 2016

Why Low Carb Diets Don’t Work For Long Term Goals

By | July 13th, 2016|Nutrition|17 Comments

Here's What You Need To Know... 1. We've all heard it before, "carbs make you fat," and some of us still believe this myth. You know what makes you fat? A surplus of calories, shitty food quality and a sedentary lifestyle. 2. Sure you can drop a few quick pounds fending off [click to continue...]

13 03, 2016

The Simple Solution For Skinny Hard Gainers

By | March 13th, 2016|Bodybuilding, Nutrition, Strength Training, Workouts|2 Comments

Here's What You Need To Know... 1. Every body is shaped a little bit different and can be classified into one of three somatotypes. Ectomorphs tend to be skinny with little body fat or muscle while endomorphs tend to gain both fat and muscle easily. Mesomorphs have a natural [click to continue...]

18 11, 2015

Synergizing Training & Nutritional Sciences For Maximal Muscle Growth

By | November 18th, 2015|Bodybuilding, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Performance, Strength Training, Workouts|0 Comments

Why do some people possess the innate ability to tap into muscle growth and cut body fat on a whim, while others struggle their entire lives to create the body of their dreams? When it comes down to it, it's all about nutrition and training. We all know we must prioritize st [click to continue...]

4 11, 2015

Maybe Our Red Meat IS Causing Cancer…?

By | November 4th, 2015|Lifestyle, Nutrition|1 Comment

Sure, everyone's talking about the recent World Health Organization's research study released last week deeming red meat the next tobacco, but does anyone actually know what the hell they are talking about when it comes to the study itself and the conclusions that were made? [click to continue...]

28 10, 2015

The Dangers of Today’s Female Fitness Industry

By | October 28th, 2015|Lifestyle, Motivation, Nutrition|9 Comments

No, the fitness industry isn't perfect. But there are some downright shameful and disgraceful aspects of fitness based marketing that needs to be brought to the forefront. Nothing may be more dangerous than the popularization of female fitness based marketing that largely pr [click to continue...]

21 10, 2015

The Complete Guide to Foundations & Fallacies of Tissue Regeneration

By | October 21st, 2015|Corrective Exercise, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|8 Comments

Here's What You Need To Know... 1) Inflammation has an important role in recovery but its timing and duration can stall a quick return.  The use of NSAID's, especially within the first week of recovery, has been shown to limit tissue healing and regeneration, and yes, this i [click to continue...]


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