5 Lessons from The Fitness Summit 2018

This past weekend I spent the weekend in Kansas City for The Fitness Summit.  I go to this conference because it’s the only one where you hang out with the presenters until 4 am and then hear them present the next day.  With that said, these are also the people who have shaped my career …

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A Vegan’s Guide to Nutritional Deficiencies

A quick disclaimer – Many vegan sources of food, have the nutrients you need to stay healthy.  With that said, there are some that you can’t get from a pure vegan diet and some have issues that cause less than optimal absorption. That’s what I’ll be talking about today.  As always it’s up to you …

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A Vegan’s Guide to Getting Enough Protein

In the next couple of weeks, I will be doing an experiment, that will only be lasting a week – I will be going vegan.  Next week, I will be starting with going Pescatarian (vegetarianism + seafood), the following week, vegetarian (dairy, eggs and no fish), and then vegan (no animal products whatsoever). This is …

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Supplement List – 2018

For most people, I don’t recommend many supplements. If I do recommend any, I generally only recommend a plant-based protein powder and a good multi-mineral. These two have been staples in my personal life for about 5 years now and the brands I recommend hasn’t changed. With that said, over the past 10 years, I’ve probably tested close to a …

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The Easy, Medium, Hard Workout Routine

Short And Effective Workout Routine #5: The “Easy/Medium/Hard” Workout No Equipment Needed ​and this routine should only take 7.5 minutes to complete.  This workout has one movement pattern that goes from an easy movement, to a “medium” difficulty movement to “My legs are on fire,” movement and then does the same for the upper body. Today, you will …

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