Recommended Reading: April ’16

You ever wonder what life would be like if you were on a different career path? I think about that from time to time because I don’t know what I’d be doing if I wasn’t writing programs and training people.



Here are some great reads I recommend for the month of April.

How Many Calories To Lose Weight? The Banana Effect

“A short term calorie deficit will not cut it for sustained weight loss.  In fact, going to extremes with calorie reduction (whether through food or exercise) is like putting your results on a metabolic credit card. You’ll get some results but pay steep metabolic penalties later with increased hunger, insatiable cravings and weight gain rebound.”

Deadlifts: Which Type Is Best For You?

Positioning is key, so it’s important to understand that not everyone can (and should) conventional deadlift, and not everyone has to pick it up from the floor. Mike Robertson breaks it down to which type of deadlift is best suited for your training needs.

7 Simple Cues To Improve Your Squat Form

Squat your ass off after reading this.

“Because My Boss Sucks is a Sh**ty Reason to Open Your Own Gym

Before you think about opening up your own gym, make sure it’s for the right reasons.

10 Random Thoughts Fitness On Long-Term Fitness Industry Success

I’ve been in the fitness industry for three years. Considering most fitness professionals leave the game within 1-3 years, that’s quite a career accomplishment on my part.

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