Monthly Archives: February 2010
Some great warm-weather scenes over at the Sartorialist! It’s almost time for summer fun in North America. Move more, eat less. Let’s enjoy life!
Read time: 1 minute Fitness professionals like to complicate things more than necessary. Take sports conditioning, for example. They talk specialized programming, the various qualities of strength, training cycles, and countless other variables. They’re valid factors, but they’re mostly based on … Continue reading
Read time: 1 minute Getting cut is not about exercise as much as it is about diet — specifically eating better and eating less. It’s that simple. Look around in the gym. People bust their asses year after year, but … Continue reading
Read time: 2 minutes There’s something cool about simplicity. Take the guy in this picture from the Sartorialist blog. The simplicity of a plain white t-shirt and a pair of khakis can make a sonorous statement. I’ve decided this same … Continue reading
Read time: 2 minutes I was eating dinner tonight and had a thought: what if we could lose fat by eating with chop sticks? The literature shows that if we eat slowly, we tend to eat less. By pacing our … Continue reading
Read time: 2 minutes I’ve been training myself and hundreds of clients for nearly 20 years. Throughout this period, I’ve used various training methods: bodybuilding, Superslow, powerlifting, so-called functional training, and olympic-style weightlifting. And in recent years it has been … Continue reading