As our followers should know via our blogs and Instagram posts, we like to keep it simple on the supplement end. There are a ton of scam artists out there with fancy eye-catching labels and usually not enough of the necessary ingredients to back it up. We also believe that if your nutrition and recovery … Continue reading SUPPLEMENT REVIEW: Titan Fuel Supplements
This week, we got to chat with Jon Ford and discuss his experience competing in Men's Physique! Jon Ford (@jonfordy88) is from Bridgend, South Wales (UK). He is very passionate about health and fitness. Jon has competed in Men’s Physique as recent as last year and is also a fully qualified personal trainer with his … Continue reading SPOTLIGHT SERIES 04 – Jon Ford: Competing in Men’s Physique
This week, we got to sit down with Mike Cruz and talk about one of my personal favorite topics: Strength & Conditioning for Baseball players! Mike (@coachmcruz) is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS), a Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM-CPT), and a college baseball coach on Long Island, NY. Currently completing his Masters in Exercise … Continue reading SPOTLIGHT SERIES 03 – Mike Cruz: Strength & Conditioning for Baseball Players
Let me begin by saying that this post will really lay out everything that went into my 10-week fat-loss phase. It is extremely detailed but please do not think that you should copy everything that I am doing. Training and nutrition is extremely different for everybody but what you CAN get out of this blog … Continue reading My 10-Week Fat Loss Phase & Lessons Learned
This week, we got to sit down with Tony Huang and talk about movement, mobility, and rehab! Tony (@tonyrehab) is a Doctor of Physical Therapy student who has transitioned from the world of academia to a world of sharing his life and passion for the things he enjoys. Following the completion of his BSc. in … Continue reading SPOTLIGHT SERIES 02 – Tony Huang: Movement, Mobility, and Rehab
We got to sit down this week with Sal Castagnaro and discuss some competitive powerlifting! Sal is a 27 year old powerlifter from Long Island, NY. He was a former college athlete turned powerlifter after multiple nagging injuries. Once making the transition into powerlifting, he primarily focused on getting stronger and gaining body weight. Since … Continue reading SPOTLIGHT SERIES 01 – Sal Castagnaro: Competitive Powerlifting
Overtraining and overreaching is a topic that has been widely debated in the fitness community. Many will claim that they “always overtrain” but let’s dissect that statement a bit. By definition, overtraining means that your work capacity in the gym has exceeded what you can recover from. If you are ALWAYS fully recovered and never … Continue reading Are You Overtraining?