Fitness Resources (Cool Shit)

So I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page listing the best of the best when it comes to quality fitness products.

There’s a lot of stuff out there for you to buy in the fitness industry, I mean A LOT.

And sadly, most of the stuff isn’t that great, designed to look and sound pretty, but does absolutely nothing to actually help you get results (yes, I’m looking at you ShakeWeight).

Note: If you do decide to purchase through any of the links below, I do earn a small commission (this doesn’t cost you anything). These are all products/services that I have experience with and I recommend them because I know they will help you and I trust the people behind them. I’m in no way forcing you to buy these things, I’m simply trying to provide you with the best resources to help you become the healthiest and sexiest version of yourself.

Workout Routines

Superhero X12 – My premium step-by-step 12-week program that teaches you how to build a lean and muscular body without having to workouts 6 days per week, and eat nothing but chicken and fucking kale salad.

No gym workouts (for both men and women)

Turbulence Training Bodyweight 101 – This routine was designed by Craig Ballantyne, who’s one the world’s biggest fitness gurus. If you ever find yourself to be in the situation without a gym, then this is a great backup workout to do.

Convict Conditioning – Going to prison sucks, but that doesn’t mean you have to turn into a fat slob when you get there. Convict conditioning teaches how to master your bodyweight to build the most badass body possible.

Even if you’re a beginner, you’ll eventually learn to do one-arm push ups, one-arm pull ups, and stand to stand bridges (the infamous move Neo used to dodge bullets in The Matrix).

Cardio

Visual Impact Cardio – A cardio course designed to help you burn MASSIVE amounts of calories and bust through any imaginable fat loss plateau.

By strategically combining HIIT and steady state cardio, Rusty Moore has developed a a full-proof system to help you burn body fat on demand.

Diet & Nutrition Books

Eat Stop Eat – The first book I read on intermittent fasting and one I still recommend till today. Eat Stop Eat is an intermittent fasting program that has you fasting for 24 hours 1-2 times per week.

Be sure to check out my review of Eat Stop Eat here.

The book talks a lot about the various myths and misconceptions surrounding fasting and how using short-term fasting can actually boost fat loss.

How Much Protein – There are a lot of myths surrounding protein intake and Brad Pilon does an excellent job in busting a lot of these myths.

The book delves a lot more into the scientific research regarding protein, but it does so in an easy to read manner. It’s a must read for anyone interested in protein.

Supplement Goal Reference Guide – Say hello to the world’s most badass guide on supplements. Ever. This guide was created the Sol Orwell (check out my interview with him) the creator of Examine.com (aka the Wikipedia of supplements).

This is the definite guide to everything about supplements, and the great thing about it is that it gets consistently updated with the latest scientific research.

Most supplement guides do nothing but feed you bullshit information to sell you more product but the Supplement Goal Reference Guide is the polar opposite of that.

It was created for the sole purpose of educating you on the best supplements for fat loss, muscle building, and anything else health related.

Gear & Workout Equipment

Brute Belt: I’ve tried dozens of dip belts, but this is the ONLY one that I’ve kept. It’s soft, comfortable, and sturdy as fuck. It doesn’t grind against your body and leave you with marks on your skins. And after 5 years of using it, it holds up just fine. I’ve done pull-ups (at 195lbs bodyweight) with an extra 135 pounds attached it to it and it works like magic. 5/5 recommended.

Ab wheel: One of the most underrated pieces of equipment to tear up your core and get you a set of rock hard abs. Like I said in this post, contrary to popular belief, abs are not made in the kitchen. You gotta train those bad boys like any other muscle group.