Be SMART With Your Goals – Pursuing Mastery (Part I)

By Dr. Thomas Fisher, PhD, LMHC, CSCS Here, at the start of a New Year, I am often asked about what would be considered “reasonable” goals for...

Kaizen: Japanese for “Improvement”

By Dr. Thomas Fisher, PhD, LMHC, CSCS Well, here it is… January 1st… The “Big One”… Time to make the change… No more “Mr. Nice Guy”… You’ve...

7 Things to NOT DO to Make Your Resolutions Your Realities

If you want 2017 to be the year you finally make those resolutions your reality, then DON’T make these mistakes. Just the fact that you're...

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A beginner’s guide to creatine

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Advanced Training- Program Beginner No More

If you’ve been in your rookie year of training, it’s time to step up your program. By: Roger Lockridge It’s a new year and with the...

Training Frequency & Muscle Gains: More is Not Necessarily Better!

BY Alexander Boivin, MS Most people who train for muscle gains use a very common training template. Each body part is specifically trained at low...

Spot Reduction – Why You Can’t Tone Up Specific Body Parts

“Spot Reduction” is the belief that fat can be targeted for reduction from a specific area of the body. This is a common belief...
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Timing Matters – Best Times to Take Whey Protein

Since the discovery and isolation of whey protein as a supplement used to develop  muscle, Gym Rats can’t seem to get enough in their supply. Everyone seems  to be scampering to get whey protein supplements. This is especially true among athletes  and bodybuilders trying to build muscle mass. Protein can be found in many common  foods, such...