Tough Truths of Supplementation
by Sol Orwell
Sometimes things are only amazing because they are new
Usually, the first time a supplement is going to be used in a human trial the conditions of the trial are manipulated a bit to get a positive result.
With the launch of Mike Robertson’s new Bulletproof Athlete I wanted to have Mike tell everyone what it’s all about. Mike is one of a small handful of people online whose products are always high quality and worth the money. Check out the Bulletproof Athlete now…
Getting in great shape might not be easy, but there’s more to conditioning than simply training as hard as you can. After all, if it was simply a matter of nothing more than hard work, professional fighters would never gas out.
After a long wait, the much anticipated Strength In Motion Seminar featuring Charlie Weingroff, Patrick Ward and me is finally available now on DVD and instantly streaming video. If you’re a strength coach or trainer, this is one you don’t want to miss Continue reading…
Bootcamps and group exercise classes are all the rage right now. In fact, as you’ve probably noticed, they are popping up on every corner. As a gym owner, personal trainer, or strength coach, this is probably driving you completely nuts. All of these crazy Bootcamps are coming to town and offering crappy beatdown-style-workouts for $10-20 a class.
If you’ve ever wondered how some guys in MMA can drop a ton of weight before a fight in a short period of time, Dr. John Berardi’s new online book “Bigger Smaller Bigger” profiles exactly how it can be done.
The one and only Kiefer, most commonly known for his carb backloading book, recently asked me to come on his BioJacked Radio and discuss everything from MMA to bodybuilding. The discussion went on for over an hour and we literally covered it all.
With the recent inclusion of the lighter weight classes into the UFC, the fast and furious pace of the world’s top flyweights, bantamweights, and featherweights has been on display for all to see. Given their seemingly endless ability to throw lightning fast strikes and explosive takedowns from bell to bell without slowing down, it’s no wonder their fights are often so action packed and exciting.
Regardless of whether you’re a professional fighter, an up and coming amateur, or just train recreationally for fun, you no doubt want to get as much out of your hard work as possible. After all, nobody wants to go into the gym day in and day out and yet not see any real improvements from all their effort.
Weightlifting is an adventure. Sometimes you find yourself doing snatches in the jungles of Malaysia, sometimes you’re in the outskirts of Boston in the back of a warehouse doing jerks off a rack made of old car parts, and sometimes you’re hanging with Arnold.