5 Ways to Supercharge Your Morning

"Win the morning, win the day." - Tim Ferriss, author of The 4 Hour Workweek   What do you do when you first get up in the morning? Do you wake up tired and grumpy or with a sense of purpose and excitement? Do you just go through the motions, or do you make sure … Continue reading 5 Ways to Supercharge Your Morning

Core Training Part 2: How To Strengthen Your Core

In my previous article, I highlighted the principles of stabilizing your core and why it is important to functional fitness. After four weeks of core stabilization, your program should progress to core strengthening exercises. Strengthening the core involves more dynamic eccentric and concentric movements of the spine while keeping the core engaged. The tempo and intensity of the exercises are increased at this level, with shorter … Continue reading Core Training Part 2: How To Strengthen Your Core

Core Training Part 1: How to Stabilize Your Core

When I first started working out, I didn't pay much attention to my core. I tended to be more concerned with building the muscles I could flex in front of the gym mirrors. Biceps. Triceps. You get the picture. Either you've seen that guy or you've been that guy. While I did increase mass in … Continue reading Core Training Part 1: How to Stabilize Your Core

Sunday T-Boosting Recipe: Green Monster Smoothie

Leafy green vegetables are high in testosterone producing zinc and magnesium. Hate eating your greens? No worries, just hide them under a delicious chocolate and banana combo! This Green Monster provides a plethora of T-Boosting micronutrients, antioxidants, and healthy fats from avocado and coconut oil. 1 whole banana 1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil 2 … Continue reading Sunday T-Boosting Recipe: Green Monster Smoothie

Full Range of Motion: A Science-Backed Hack to Increase Strength (New Study)

When it comes to strength training, moving through the full range of motion (ROM) leads to superior strength gains. In a study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research by Len Kravitz, PhD (not the one who married Lisa Bonet), 40 young men with no resistance training experience were randomly divided into a … Continue reading Full Range of Motion: A Science-Backed Hack to Increase Strength (New Study)