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Ultimate Powerlifting Meet Guide

December 28, 2015 by in category Blog

BBB Ultimate Powerlifting Meet Guide 1)    Why Powerlifting? Read this short book In short, powerlifting is a great sport to achieve desired body composition while have the fuel of a competitive sport. The results you see in strength training come much quicker than body composition, increasing your motivation to train. 2)   Find a […]

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EP 16 – Yoga, Farts, and Shots Fired

November 16, 2015 by in category Podcast

Great episode for you guys this week! We bring on a guest, Taylor Desoto, to talk about the following: What is yoga? Should Christians do yoga? How should we discern participating in yoga? What are the health benefits of yoga? and much, much more! As always check out our facebook group and leave a review […]

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Should You Take a Deload Week?

September 12, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , ,

Deloads will never hurt your gains. So for those who are unware, let me clarify what a deload is. There are different degrees of a deload, however… it is a break from your normal volume of training. This can range from doing 80% of your usual volume to taking an entire week or two off […]

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Simultaneously Lose Fat & Gain Muscle?

September 11, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , , ,

Can you lose fat and gain muscle at the same time? In almost all cases, no, unfortuantely. One of the biggest misconceptions out there today is that you can gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. We live in a culture where we want everything instantly and lack the patience to see results. […]

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You Don’t Need a “Cheat” Day

September 5, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , ,

Yes, you don’t need a cheat day diet I constantly strive to bust the misconceptions in modern fad diets that are overly restrictive and promote a more flexible approach. So how in the world is saying you don’t need a cheat day an example of non-restrictive and flexible approach to dieting? Let me first mention […]

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Strength Athletes and Cardio

August 27, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , , , ,

The big joke in powerlifting is that anything over 5 reps is cardio. However, why is it that high reps are so difficult for strength athletes? The reason is that the amount of energy you are using is directly related to the amount of weight you are lifting. Meaning if two people did 8 reps […]

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BCAAs: Are They Worth It?

August 26, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

BCAAs have become a popular supplement in the fitness community. In this article, I will describe the benefits of BCAAs and tell you if supplementing with them is recommended. First things first, what are BCAAs? “The three amino acids Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine are referred to as Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) as they are […]

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CLA: Clearly Lacking Application

August 24, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , , ,

I’ll be honest, I have a very minimalistic approach when taking supplements. The truth is that the supplement business is great at getting people to spend their money, but not always so great at getting the customer any results. One such supplement that I have perceived to be commonly attributed to helping with fat loss […]

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Diet Soda: Gain Killer or Calorie Saver? Pt 2

August 21, 2015 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

In my first article, I mentioned how there truly is a strong stigma against diet sodas. I ventured to bust the strong preconceived notion that diet soda is fattening. Surely a drink that has 0 calories is not fattening, and a drink that has 77g of sugar can easily contribute to increase in fat if […]

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