Swimsuits & Scenery – Top 10 Spring Break Locations

The snow has melted and the days are warming up. You have worked hard these past few months and it’s time to show off...

Ask the Expert: Q&A with Strength and Conditioning Coach Charles Staley

Q: I’ve been reading a lot lately about the benefits of low-bar squats (like what powerlifters use) — in particular I often see the claim...

Pursuing Mastery (Part 2) – A Better Way to Approach Life

Well, here we are in March. Three months into the journey to your more “perfect self”. How’s it going? Did you reach your long-term...

Clear Mind Focus: 8 Tips to Help Clean Your Mind

A clear and focused mind can go a long way in helping you create your best body. These tips can help give “spring cleaning”...

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...

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Eating White Rice? Makes Sense for Bodybuilders!

By Joseph Palumbo | IFBB PRO BODYBUILDER Hard training expends precious muscle glycogen to fuel your workout, while simultaneously elevating levels of the catabolic hormone;...

Low Carb Apple Fritters

Ingredients: 1 scoop Whey Delite (Apple Pie) 1/2 tsp Baking Powder 2 tbsp Unsweetened Applesauce 1 Egg White 1 tbsp Unsweetened Almond Milk or Water 1 full drop of...
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Cortisol – The Misunderstood Hormone

Cortisol has firmly established itself as one of the bad guys in the hormonal world. However, in the right amount and at the right...

Best Supplements for Increasing Lean Muscle Mass – Big on a Budget

Best Supplements for Increasing Lean Muscle Mass There are lots of supplements advocating increases in size and strength, but when you look at the science, which...

Injuries… You Need to Know How to Avoid Them!

Through my 20+ years of training, I have had my share of injuries. With trial, error and experience, I have learned how to adapt...