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Coach of Strength and Aesthetics

Make Every Rep A Single

This was a coaching cue I learned from Brett Jones, while working towards my Russian Kettlebell Certification a few years ago. It’s a cue that I actually kind of forgot about using on my clients for a short period but has resurfaced numerous times lately. I pretty much use this cue exclusively on the big…
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September 8, 2015 0

D-Aspartic Acid or Save Your Money?

D-aspartic acid (DAA) was a supplement I remember gaining popularity somewhere around 2008. I remember giving it a shot, as I heard good things, anecdotally of course from the annals of bro science: forums. I was skeptical of trying it but I thought, what the hell, why not. I was incredibly disappointed. DAA is one…
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June 14, 2015 0

Are You Mental?

Mel Siff inspired this blog during my first foray into Supertraining. I enjoyed the shit out of his points. However I’d like to elaborate on some specific points. That is the purpose of this article. I’m going to be referring to strength in terms of general lifting, not necessarily competing in powerlifting or other strength sports. I’ll…
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April 28, 2015 0

Be A Fitness Tester Pt II: Resistance Training

Last week I went over part 1 on how to begin adding new methods into your diet regimen instead of arguing about it and discussing it ad nauseam.  We covered the dogma-trendy spectrum and how one should attempt to be in the middle of the spectrum or at least move towards the middle. Today we…
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April 18, 2015 0

Be A Fitness Tester Pt I: Nutrition

I’ve thought long and hard about this numerous times. Everyone knows the Internet doesn’t “lend and hand” to the option of testing. Why? Everything is already out there for you to grab with a click of your mouse. You want a diet to try out? You’ve heard about IF so you go and check out…
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April 13, 2015 0

Macro Counting – A Troubleshooting Guide

A few weeks ago I did a video with a few of my clients where we discussed a few of my favourite methods for increasing their macro counting adherence and accuracy.  The video is pretty long (around 47 mins) but I wanted to go into detail on a few of my points and let my…
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August 26, 2014 0

A Tour Of My Home Gym

I’ve had a few requests to see what my home gym is composed of.  Look no further.      

August 20, 2014 0

Programming with LOWer Weight to Gain Strength

This has been a topic that I feel I need to address.  Using lighter weight to get strong seems counterintuitive, but it isn’t.  Watch the video below to help you understand why you need to program low in order to make gains.  

February 11, 2014 0

WTF Are Fat Burning Foods?

Advanced warning: people who claim to be superior human beings because they eat “clean” may or may not feel butthurt after reading this article.  Sory for yor lots. The term “fat burning food” comes up waaay too much.  So much so, that I feel people don’t even understand what they’re talking about.  What exactly is…
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January 12, 2014 0

Are Diets High In Carbohydrates Making You Fat? Part II

I wrote an article last year that was one of my more popular entries.  Why?  Probably because it was about carbohydrates; every journalists favourite macronutrient to take a giant crap on.  This is going to be the second part of the series with a twist.  Seeing as many people bitch about confirmation bias (and rightfully…
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November 28, 2013 0