• Best Oil For Cooking? | Healthy Oils To Cook With

    By Vojtech Velecky | In Nutrition | on October 23, 2016

    You’ve figured out your macros, you’ve got a gym membership, and maybe you’ve even bought a brand new apron. You’re ready to begin your health journey. Protein sources and carbohydrates are pretty self-explanatory, but the astonishing amount of types of oils to cook with can be a bit confusing. Not every oil can provide the […]

  • Progress & Focus | Reaching Your Weight Loss Goals

    By David Rynecki | In Training | on October 22, 2016

    I have been a  health and fitness professional for the last seven years and have worked with a diverse audience. I’ve worked hard to be able to meet and help a lot of different people with their health and fitness goals. These goals range from weight loss, sports performance and rehabilitation to name but a few. One […]

  • Gym Injuries | Acceptance & The Road To Recovery

    By James Braun | In Training | on October 22, 2016

    Let’s be hones being injured absolutely sucks. A main reason I’m even writing this article is because well, I’m injured at the moment, and I believe I can give you some tips and help you get better as well. If you’re like me, you love weightlifting and give it everything you’ve got, and you don’t […]

  • Refeed & Ketosis | What is Ketosis?

    By Jacob Schriner | In Nutrition | on October 21, 2016

    Ketosis is a natural metabolic function within the body that is achieved by cutting your carbohydrate intake. When carbohydrates are removed from the diet, the body is no longer able to use glucose as a fuel source and is forced to adapt. Ketosis is a state in which the body is burning fat as the […]

  • Deadlift Tips | Increase Your Max

    By James Braun | In Training | on October 21, 2016

    Deadlifting is one of the hardest exercises you can do, but it’s also one of the most rewarding. This brutally hard exercise is a true test of strength, and although it looks relatively easy (Just pick it up and put it down, right?), perfecting form and increasing strength is very difficult. If you’re not deadlifting […]

  • What is Inflammation? | The Causes and How To Reduce It

    By Billy Galipeault | In Training | on October 20, 2016

    When most of us think of inflammation, pain and swelling is what comes to mind, leading the majority of the population to think it’s flat out bad. But as I will discuss in this article, inflammation isn’t inherently bad, differing from situation to situation and can be either a good or a bad thing. Put […]

  • Beef Up | Dorian Yates Workout

    By Jared Mullendore | In Training | on October 19, 2016

    For those of you who know who Dorian Yates is, you know that he was one of the first bodybuilders to bring in the “Monster” era in the 90’s. Up until then, bodybuilding wasn’t about size, but about aesthetics and small waists. Dorian came into the Mr. Olympia in 1994 looking like a complete mass […]

  • How To Do A Muscle Up

    By Logan Berman | In Training | on October 18, 2016

    For those who have never heard of a Muscle Up before or aren’t familiar with the exercise, it is a common strength exercise. It is performed by lifting your entire bodyweight above the pull up bar itself. Since the muscle up requires a large amount of upper body strength in order to lift your body weight […]