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  • CdJ, Gd’I & My 1st Post-Cancer Challenge »

    For my first post on a new computer I couldn’t be more excited, therefore, this weekend’s Psyche is mostly about me. Well, it could be about you, too, as the template…

  • Prednisone, Exercise and Weight Gain »

    Prednisone is a very common drug, used for many applications, so I was surprised to see very little information about staying healthy while taking it. Today we’ll look at why…

  • Drinking for Platelets »

    Perhaps there’s more physiological science to all those studies showing drinkers out live non-drinkers than we know. They’ve always been chalked up to psychology and/or coincidence. After months of trying…

  • Nutrient Nitpicking For Gaining Mass »

    Today’s post is an answer to a question about the article I wrote titled How Do I Bulk Up? in the Team Beachbody Newsletter. You can read it by clicking here….

  • Training For Your Goals »

    For your weekend Psyche, here’s a very cool video on training for your goals, featuring climber Emily Harrington who plans to go huge in 2015. If you’re a regular, you’ve…

  • Less Than Zero »

    Here’s another recovery update, which I thought was worth posting since I thought of a funny title. As I mentioned last time, there have been some hiccups in my comeback,…

  • Mixing Power & Endurance »

    One of my fitness gurus, Dr. Fred Hatfield, titled a chapter in his book Power, “Power and Endurance: ne’er the twain shall meet.” From a physiological point of view, he’s…

  • Intervals & The Best Way To Train »

    While I haven’t been blogging much, I’ve still been working. Below is an excerpt from a very basic, but somewhat detailed, article I wrote for the Beachbody blog. It’s worth reading…

  • CT Fletcher »

    Let’s get back to some Psyche, starting with CT Fletcher. This interview, from Bodybuilding.com, couldn’t be more motivating. Fletcher is a badass. His web site has gotten a little over-the-top…

  • Sometimes The Bar Eats You »

    A wiser fella than myself once said… Sorry for the long layoff. The bar got me pretty good this time but, as usual, life’s a series of strikes and gutters. Dude…

From Blog

Drinking for Platelets
Cancer Nutrition
April 30, 2015

Drinking for Platelets

Perhaps there’s more physiological science to all those studies showing drinkers out live non-drinkers than we know. They’ve always been chalked up to psychology and/or coincidence. After months of trying…

Training For Your Goals
climbing
April 17, 2015

Training For Your Goals

For your weekend Psyche, here’s a very cool video on training for your goals, featuring climber Emily Harrington who plans to go huge in 2015. If you’re a regular, you’ve…

Less Than Zero
Cancer Training
April 14, 2015

Less Than Zero

Here’s another recovery update, which I thought was worth posting since I thought of a funny title. As I mentioned last time, there have been some hiccups in my comeback,…

Mixing Power & Endurance
cycling
April 4, 2015

Mixing Power & Endurance

One of my fitness gurus, Dr. Fred Hatfield, titled a chapter in his book Power, “Power and Endurance: ne’er the twain shall meet.” From a physiological point of view, he’s…

Intervals & The Best Way To Train
Beachbody
April 1, 2015

Intervals & The Best Way To Train

While I haven’t been blogging much, I’ve still been working. Below is an excerpt from a very basic, but somewhat detailed, article I wrote for the Beachbody blog. It’s worth reading…