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When Your Friends Don’t Join Your Fitness Revolution

When Your Friends Don’t Join Your Fitness Revolution

You’ve been making some BIG changes. You tuned up your diet. You’re getting to bed earlier. You started hitting the gym. You even quit a few nagging recreational habits.  GO YOU! You feel the benefits, and your friends know you are better off for it... READ MORE
What Do I Have To Do To Get The Body I Want?

What Do I Have To Do To Get The Body I Want?

Let’s start with a tough question: What Do I Have To Do To Get The Body I Want?  “Is there a secret? Do I have to sell a kidney? Because I TOTALLY would if it meant I could have her body or his assets” – Everybody Ever Real talk. I mean you’ve got the gym... READ MORE
“Strong is The New Skinny” and Other Stupid Things on Pinterest

“Strong is The New Skinny” and Other Stupid Things on Pinterest

We’ve all seen them. Those seemingly innocuous images aimed at “motivating” people towards their health and fitness goals. In this post, Taylor takes a dive into six of these popular memes and photos, showcasing their danger. If you hang on until the end, he might even give you someone on whom you can cast your blame.

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Are You Training, or Just Working Out?

Are You Training, or Just Working Out?

If you’re actually training, like really TRAINING, you already know the answer to this question. There’s no doubt in your mind that the work you’re putting in is equating to gains at the gym. But what if its not? What if you feel you haven’t seen results in months? Read along as we talk about REAL training!

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Why We LIFT Part 1: Increase Strength

Why We LIFT Part 1: Increase Strength

Why to we lift? The conversation around the necessity for resistance training has to be supported with validity. As much as I am a zealot for the barbell, one can’t expect to have their position heard amidst a winner-take-all shouting match. This multi-part blog series is my personal attempt to defend and define why we lift.

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How to use Hook Grip | tape your thumbs and lift more!

How to use Hook Grip | tape your thumbs and lift more!

Hook grip differs from the typical overhand, pronated hand position one commonly uses on barbell lifts like deadlift, cleans, or any pulling variation. This distinction can make all the difference when lifting to get stronger. Due to the “hook”, this grip reduces forearm fatigue, eliminating the sensation of weakening hands while lifting.

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