Nutrition & Training

Pre-Hab #3

The month of November I was privileged to take part in a sermon series entitled, “Pre-Hab.” King’s Cross Church in Tullahoma, TN decided to take an idea that I presented…

Pre-Hab #2

The month of November I was privileged to take part in a sermon series entitled, “Pre-Hab.” King’s Cross Church in Tullahoma, TN decided to take an idea that I presented…

Pre-Hab #1

The month of November I was privileged to take part in a sermon series entitled, “Pre-Hab.” King’s Cross Church in Tullahoma, TN decided to take an idea that I presented…

Tools of the Trade: Travel

You guys have heard me talking a lot about “tools,” as of late. I thought I would discuss a few of them here and explain how I use them to my benefit.…

The Truth About “Healthy” Recipes

Often times, what’s on the surface doesn’t tell you the whole story. Judge a book by its cover if you want, but don’t neglect the finer details of your nutrition.…

Training Principles: The Basics

One need not argue about methods. Methods are vast. The principles are the heart and soul. If you’re principles are solid, your foundation will be solid. These principles will keep…

Training Log – (Aug 2015)

I took a step back and did some house cleaning. I took out all but the basic lifts. I’m trying to get as lean as possible and do it in…

Protein Priority

Not just for muscle building! Protein plays a critical role in weight loss and weight maintenance. Don’t worry, your kidneys are going to be fine, I make sure to take…

Seasonal Change

Any way you slice it, our food quality just isn’t what it use to be. There are many factors at play here from soil depletion to hormones and chemicals added…

The Coffee Crutch

As one of the most popular drinks in America, coffee far too often gets too much credit and too much blame. Are we relying too much on coffee and do…

The Skinny on Saturated Fat

As of late, I have run across information that demonizes dietary fat intake. Not that this is new. Yet, I’m still shocked at the amount of material that continues to…

Nuts: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Often considered a ‘healthy’ snack, nuts have raised a bit of concern for myself lately. Perhaps, they should do the same for you. Here we’ll take a look at the…

3 Keys to a Successful Diet

Follow these key elements, which I outline here, and lose weight once and for all. View the world as your playground and take on life and it’s challenges head on.

Does Protein Raise Blood Sugar?

Total Read Time: 7 mins Saturday’s Meal Overview: 1 lb of ground turkey. 8 whole eggs. 8 oz baked chicken. 4 oz almonds. Very real findings with practical applications.

Counting Your Macros

Whether you know it or not, you eat macronutrients. If you have no clue what I’m talking about, no problem. I’m gonna tell you everything you need to know. If…

Supplements – Cause for Concern?

Supplements are always a big topic in the health and fitness industry. Great speculation exists on both sides. Are they effective or just a waste of money? This post will…

Intermittent Fasting

The health and fitness industry is a wild and untamable beast. Although virtually uncontrollable, there is no shortage of predictability. The number of approaches to diet and training are far…

The Basics of Breakfast

Often heard as the most important meal of the day, breakfast is generally accepted as necessary for health and fitness. As one to push the envelope and/or stir the pot,…
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