Improving Your Nutrition: Part 1 – Energy Balance

Energy Balance Whether you are in the middle of deciding to increase mass or drop bodyweight, the very first and most important step in achieving a healthy nutritional balance is figuring out how much energy your body needs. The most simple form of measurement is keeping track of the amount of food you eat. You … Continue reading Improving Your Nutrition: Part 1 – Energy Balance

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Getting Fit 101: Measurements Worth Tracking

The last couple of weeks I have been riddled with ideas, thoughts and new ways of thinking. I've compiled a small group of testers to track a few measureable data points each day, week and month. The intention of the data is to keep track of your health and see how you progress with a … Continue reading Getting Fit 101: Measurements Worth Tracking

Killing Sugar Cravings

YO! A topic I probably should have addressed in one of my first blog posts ever...sugar cravings. Everyone knows it's terrible to consume a metric crap ton in one sitting, but I'll be the first to admit I've destroyed a bag of Twizzlers or Skittles in my day. With no regrets. That shit is like … Continue reading Killing Sugar Cravings

Supplementation – BCAAs

Hey! Some nerd stuff today! (Here we go again) Anyone who's been to a Globogym can picture the guy I'm about to describe. The guy who walks around the gym in a cutoff shirt that's way too small, headphones that are way too big to be comfortable, 70's style short shorts (sometimes a fanny pack) and a gallon … Continue reading Supplementation – BCAAs

3 Stretches to help with the Front Rack Position

Found a nice video detailing the front rack position and most common faults. Most individual's issue in attaining a good position is thoracic spine extension as well as that shoulder mobility. Three stretches to aid in getting into the front rack position start about halfway through the video...but this guy does give some good insight … Continue reading 3 Stretches to help with the Front Rack Position