In this article, I hope to define what intermittent fasting is and provide some scenarios that make it simple to understand.
In this article, I detail some of the steps I took into rehabbing my shoulder, and I hope these strategies and principles can be something you apply to yourself if you run into an injury.
The overall reality of training is that YOUR progress is the only progress that matters. Really.
There can be mixed results at the start of any diet, and I’m happy to say I did experience some minor victories in my first week of dieting.
The basic theme and attraction to a flexible dieting plan is that you can still eat the foods you love and see results by fitting them in to your macro plan – aka if it fits your macros.
Setting up your macros is one thing. I detailed that process in an earlier post, and would strongly recommend checking… Read more How to Track Your Macros
I built my new program based on wanting to still practice my strength movements (while understanding my ability to train heavy will eventually decrease) but also focus on hypertrophy work to really maximize the intensity of my training.
Holistic Fitness is the idea that your training in the gym is extremely important, but it’s only one piece to the puzzle when it comes to seeing results and developing happiness. I’ve based this on a model called the “Wellness Wheel” that breaks down the six elements of wellness.
Here is my journey through fitness over the last 10 years, along with the motivating next step that inspired me to start sharing with you all.
As I transition from a bulk to a cut, my macros are changing. How I came to determine them is part… Read more How to Set Up Your Macros