The 5 Kings of Barbell Training

Let’s talk about resistance training, more specifically the five most effective exercises you should be doing. The exercises I’m talking about often listed as the top four( but myself and many others believe there to be five) are: Barbell Squat- Whether it’s back squat, front squat, sumo squat or even zercher squat the barbell squat Read More

How to Build An Inexpensive At-Home Gym

Are you tired and driving to and from the gym? Wasting time and energy thinking it’s the only place to get a good workout? Does group fitness intimidate you or you just find the workouts unnecessary and ridiculous? Or are you just bored of the same old same old gym routine and fell?! Well, then Read More

The Key is Consistency

“A inferior workout program done consistently is far more effective then a superior workout program done inconsistently”.   – Sal Di Stefano, MindPump Media   What is the number one key to unlock success and to achieve your goals? No, it’s not the new supplement line at your local GNC nor is it the new fab Read More

The Big 3 of Core Stability

Today’s topic is core stability and how the “McGill Big 3” are the best place for all levels from your weekend warrior to your professional athlete. First, let us discuss the core. No, it’s not those muscles that you try to do a thousand crunches to see at the beach or that you extreme diet  Read More

The Kettlebell Swing: Hard Style

We’re going to dive into one of my favorite exercises and an exercise with amazing carryover into many many many human movements and exercises… The Kettlebell Swing, the Russian army knife of exercise. When it comes to the kettlebell swing it is the best exercise for almost everyone- beginners to elite athletes, youngsters to the Read More