Blog
16
08
2018

The Value of Rigid Dieting

Dieting is like a pendulum. Unfortunately, when the pendulum swings away from one extreme, it doesn’t simply stop at an appropriate middle ground – it goes all the way to the opposite extreme. So goes popular dieting, with the flavor of flexible dieting now ubiquitous on social media represent...

02
08
2018

Variation For Hypertrophy

A hugely misunderstood and misapplied principle of strength training is variation. Lifters either vary their training too frequently or not frequently enough, which leads them to spin their wheels and plateau. Whilst there is no universal way to program, there are better and worse ways to apply the...

02
08
2018

Supplement in the Spotlight: L-Tyrosine

Tired of being tired? Focused on being focused? Unhappy with being unhappy? In the first installment of this new series intended to put the spotlight on underappreciated supplements, I feature the supplement for you: L-tyrosine. What It Is L-Tyrosine (which I’ll refer to throughout the remainder of...

31
07
2018

Be Wary of the Enlightened Coach

You know Cerberus? That massive 3-headed dog in Hercules, the “Hound of Hades”. That’s what the fitness industry is like. On one hand (head) there is; boob-implants, teeth so white they could light a room and YouTube VLogs showing off fast cars, mansions, international travel and “a full day of eati...

25
07
2018

Mastering The Fundamentals

Daily Thought No. 1 – Mastering The Fundamentals As much as I enjoy writing, the due diligence I wish to do each topic when producing an article, inevitably makes it an arduous task. Currently I have 5 in-progress articles open on my laptop, plus the plethora of others that I have also begun writing...

19
07
2018

Training for Hypertrophy: The Quads

In this new series, I’d like to lay out thorough general training recommendations for all major bodyparts. To begin, I’d like to address quad training, and in the interest of producing regular content, I’ve opted to break each bodypart’s training recommendations into parts, beginning with training f...