The Truth About Fitness Motivation

ou can hire the world’s most bad ass personal trainer to design a workout routine for you. You can have Bobby Flay cook you gourmet, healthy meals 7 days per week. You can have bikini models sit on your lap and feed you…(while Bobby Flay sits in the corner and watches you while he eats […]

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  • Keith
  • November 18, 2015

9 Habits Of Living The Non-Fitness Lifestyle

Living the non-fitness lifestyle can be a game changer for many people. And using the word “game changer” isn’t a word I use lightly especially in this industry but I’m comfortable with it I’m not referring to any specific workout program, diet, or supplement. It’s a massive shift in the way most people look at the traditional […]

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Will Building Your Dream Body Make You Miserable?

You know that game Minecraft? That game that’s basically just blocks and look like it was designed in 1999… It makes no fucking sense to me but apparently millions of people love it. And for the dude who created Minecraft (Markus Persson), it paid off handsomely. Last year he sold the company for $2.5 billion to […]

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Stop Being A Little Bitch And Forge Your Own Path

I’m going to tell you something that will blow your mind: there is more than one way to get in shape. Squats and deadlifts are not the only way to build big legs. You don’t need to cut all “refined” carbs and join the palo cult to achieve optimal health. Hell, you don’t even need […]

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  • Keith
  • September 9, 2015

How To Speak Fitness: 55 Words And Phrases You Must Know

Every industry has it’s own lingo and terminology. If you’ve spent a decent amount of time doing this whole fitness thing, you’ve probably picked up on a few new words. For most guys who regularly lift, they speak fitness. And it can get pretty complex. Luckily I broke a lot of it down for you. So […]

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An Overview Of Minimalist Adaptive Training [Part 2]

Note: This is Part 2 of 2 of my minimalist training article series. If you didn’t read Part 1 yet, be sure to read it here first.  So in Part 1 of this blog series, I talked about the big minimalist training lie and how it only works for a certain group of people (primarily beginners) […]

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The Big Minimalist Training Lie [Part 1]

Note: This is Part 1 of 2 of my minimalist training article series.  You can read part 2 here. Minimalist training is so hot right now. Like hotter than Alexandra Daddario in True Detective. Yeah…that hot. The basic idea behind minimalist training is to train as little as humanly possible in a way that still gets results. […]

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