Fasted vs. Fed Training: Which Benefits Your Clients More?

Here’s a summary of the most crucial things to know about fasted vs. fed training—including definitions, advantages and disadvantages, and…

Single-sided Strength Training Improves Endurance Performance

There’s been a debate for some time over whether single-sided strength training has and advantage over double-sided (doing a one-armed…

6 Best Exercises to Boost Your Client’s Weight Loss Efforts

You think you’ve got it: the perfect blend of strength training exercises that’ll help your client achieve their dream body.

Active Transportation and “Curbing Traffic”

Curbing Traffic: The Human Case for Fewer Cars in Our Lives is the name of an interesting book I recently…

Working on Cruising Speed

Tuesday I went for a longer ride to try and increase my cruising speed on the recumbent. There’s an odd…

Processed Foods and Health: What the Research Says

What do you think about when you hear the term “processed foods”?

Better To Work Out in Bad Air Than Not Work Out At All?

This is a question relevant to the Western US with all the wildfires we’ve been getting lately. ve always wondered…

What Is Diastasis Recti and 4 Tips on How to Train Clients Experiencing It

Does your client complain of an ‘overall feeling of collapse and weakness’ in their cores? Is your client getting increasingly…

Getting Started With Biking

I gave some advice about this in a previous post, but that was four years ago and there are some…

Odd Symptoms During and After Long Ride.

On Thursday I week ago, I did what I want to become my long, easy ride each week. This is…