Recently 3D Muscle Journey (3DMJ), specifically their dietitian Steve Taylor, put out a video about constipation: Strategies for Relieving Constipation. I would encourage everyone who reads this to also watch the video. There were enough things said that I was
First, a bit of background information is needed, so that certain aspects of this post make sense. This information was presented to other fitness professionals so there is a bit more jargon than usual and there will be wording that
Don’t have time to workout? Don’t have any equipment or a gym membership? Shut up about it already and just do something:
In Parts 1 and 2 I discussed 2 of the 3 references on Chad Waterbury’s Fat Loss Research page on www.chadwaterbury.com. I like Chad’s work, I just don’t agree with his use of these references. The science just isn’t behind his recommendations in the way he’d like them to be.
Chad Waterbury is becoming a big name in the fitness and performance business. He’s written for T-muscle.com, Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness, as well as authoring a few books. I own one of them, Muscle Revolution. I’ve been following Chad
Jeff and I continue to coach people one-on-one and in small groups at our weight loss clinic in Mesa, AZ. It’s something we enjoy very much and we feel privileged to have the opportunity to affect people’s lives so greatly.
As you know, a good weight loss workout is based around muscle maintenance. With just one dumbbell (DB), you can perform a few simple, but effective movements that will recruit just about every muscle you need to work. Here are
I don’t believe in unicorns. I don’t believe in kettlebells either. Kettlebells have grown become popular over the past few years but they’re often promoted with ridiculous claims of near magical qualities. While kettlebells can be a great tool for
Make sure you blow this up to full screen by clicking the button in the bottom right-hand corner of the video. For $9.99, it may be worth it if you need something new. But, like any other product, it won’t