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Why Guys Should Lift Like Girls, and Why Girls Should Lift Like Guys

The average male, full of pride, ego, and testosterone…would rather slip a disc, snap a few ligaments, or risk being crushed to death than be caught in the gym as the puny little runt using baby/girly weights. The average female, influenced by bone thin Victoria’s Secret Models, magazine cover girls, and instafamous IG models…are terrified

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Proof is in the Pudding – No Running

I just celebrated my 29th bday in LA where I got to watch the Crossfit Games live. The weekend was full of inspiring moments, and happy to see the direction where my 3.0 Training and Coaching is headed. The best presents I’ve received came in the form of replies from those that I’ve coached, influenced,

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Breaking Bread

I created this blog in September of 2012 with the purpose of sharing my story in hopes that it would motivate and inspire others towards healthier lifestyles. However, the fitness industry can be fu#%&$ up, and I’ve seen it first hand along with my own journey towards being healthy. I’ve lost weight before, but in

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Tips For Making Counting Macros Easier (Flexible Dieting)

It can be tough at first getting into flexible dieting and counting your macros. However, after doing it for so long, it becomes 2nd nature to an extent. Think of it in this way: When you first learn how to type on a computer, it is very weird trying to find the right key, and

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The worst question to ask when it comes to your health?

**I am making an effort to deliver my posts in the same way I program my own training. I try to keep frequency as consistent/high as possible, but will vary the volume/load…in this case today I’m going switch it up on you with a less lengthier post than normal.** We always ask the wrong question

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Nutrition: Part 3 – Introduction to IIFYM / Flexible Dieting

*If you have not read parts 1 & 2 of my nutrition series, stop now and read them here and here. No Whey Protein, Sometimes eating 2 large meals, Sometimes eating 7 smaller meals, Eating meals sometimes after 9 AND that included carbs, re-introduced white starchy carbs like white rice and white bread, consistently did

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Nutrition: Part 2 – Basic Nutritional Definitions AND Re-Definitions

The topic of nutrition can be very complex and very confusing. I’ve had a large influx of people reaching out to me in the recent weeks to get my take on nutritional principles 3.0 style. My goal is to try and make it as easy as possible, so here are a few definitions and a

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Nutrition: Part 1 – CGIII.0 General Take on Nutrition [INCLUSIVE vs. EXCLUSIVE]

**BIGGEST NUTRITION PRINCIPLE THAT I WILL ENDORSE*** Inclusive vs. Exclusive Your focus for nutrition will be on introducing and eating more specific types of foods, as opposed to focusing on eliminating or refraining from eating certain types of foods: essentially eating more to lose more. Let me know if these sound familiar: “For the next

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Daily Dose Of Inspiration: Breaking The Plateau

  The picture above is not from one of my clients, but one of my really good friends. He put in the work, he made the commitment, and he didn’t make any excuses. He had a goal of making some changes in his life, and made a commitment to shedding some pounds. I’m extremely proud

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How to take control of your weight loss & getting back in shape

Below are the biggest concepts to understand and remember, which will help you to take back control…concepts which help me to stay in control: Accept the fact that you will not be perfect, you will never be in control 100% of the time, and that there will ALWAYS be ups and downs/good days and bad

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