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Omega-3 and a High Performance Life

Omega-3 and a High Performance Life
In 2012, I met A LOT of cool people at the annual International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference in Clearwater Beach, FL. Today’s guest article is by another one of those cool individuals. ┬áLet me introduce Logan Gelbrich out of Venice, CA. He’s gonna drop some knowledge today concerning Omega-3 fatty acids and why they’re ...

Cardio: Fasted or Fed State for More Fat Loss?

Cardio: Fasted or Fed State for More Fat Loss?
This is a guest post by my colleagues, Chris and Eric Martinez based out of San Francisco, CA. We met back in 2012 at the Annual International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference in Clearwater Beach, FL. They post a lot of great content on their blog based off of the latest scientific research. Enjoy their ...

5 Reasons You’re Not Lean(er) 7

5 Reasons You're Not Lean(er)
This post is going to be straight to the point and may be a gut check for some of you. There may be some very obvious points but I just want to make them clear to everyone in hopes that you will self-assess your own actions. Besides, it’s all about getting better, right? There’s a ...

Facebook Live Q and A!

Facebook Live Q and A!
Last night I was feeling a little rambunctious which lead to me doing a live Question and Answer segment on my Facebook page. I received some really great questions such as: Lee Hersh, founder of Fit Foodie Finds asked: Q: “I’ve only got 30 minutes and no gym. What should I do?” My good friend, ...

Why so Salty? Don’t sweat it! 1

Why so Salty? Don't sweat it!
Once upon a time back in the 90’s, the government decided it would be a great idea to recommend low-fat diets to the general public based on the assumption that dietary fat makes you fat. No credit to overall caloric consumption was given. We later found out that this idea was very flawed and had ...

Ever Had Customized Oatmeal?

Ever Had Customized Oatmeal?
Like a lot of you, I love breakfast foods of all varieties. Some of my favorite breakfast foods are pancakes, french toast, waffles, and oatmeal (along with my eggs of course). You’re probably wondering how oatmeal fits in there with all of those other awesome breakfast choices that are sometimes not as healthy as say, ...

January Highly Recommended Reading

Every month I will be posting a list of articles relevant to the longevity of health, fitness, training, and nutrition. There are so many things I want to read but can’t keep up with so I’ll share the ones I have read with you. My MacBook, iPad, and iPhone will collectively have about 25 to ...

Structure First 1

Structure First
One of the most pressing issues I find that new clients are struggling with is how to actually put together their own training session due to a lack of knowledge of muscle movements and muscle actions. This is fair because not everyone has gone to college to earn a degree in exercise physiology or kinesiology. ...

5 Articles You Should Read

I’m all about spreading the knowledge of health and fitness to like-minded individuals like yourself so here are 5 articles i’ve read recently that can be applied to your everyday life or help you to move one step closer to your goals. Some of them may be recipes, fitness tips, or just some knowledge bombs ...

Got Macros? All About Protein: Part 1 5

Got Macros? All About Protein: Part 1
If you’ve followed any of my Facebook posts, you would know that I speak a lot about macronutrients, or macros for short. When looking at the diet as a whole, macronutrients are basically nutrients of larger particle size that make up the bulk of any existing diet and are required to produce sufficient energy for ...
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