The Performance Paleo Cookbook: Egg Bake To Go

I wrote The Performance Paleo Cookbook as the ultimate kitchen companion for athletes and other performance-minded people who know that nutrition is a key component to success. It’s undeniable that the food ...

How to Know When You’re Ready for the Gym

Editor’s note: Today’s guest post comes from Jonathan Goodman, founder of The Personal Trainer Development Center and author of Ignite the Fire, a book that covers how to succeed as a personal trainer. This post ...

Risky Fitness

Two weekends ago, one of the most recognizable fitness models in the world, Greg Plitt, was struck and killed by a train in Burbank, California. The 37-year-old, who you may ...

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