The coffee experience is full of choices. There is the initial choice of cream and/or sugar, decaf or not, but then there is dark roast, medium roast or light roast; Arabica or Robusta; single origin or blend; espresso, drip or cold brew. Add in all the possible milk options, syrups and flavors and you can … Continue reading The Best Coffee Add-Ins
Take 100 people on a diet; who will be the most successful? Fat loss comes down to a few basics: Eat a sub-maintenance number of caloriesConsume quality foods that keep us satisfied, fueled, healthy, and hormonally balanced Engage in a weight training practiceSprinkle in some cardioInclude a lot of movement outside the gym Maybe that's a … Continue reading Most Effective Fat Loss Strategy?
About fifteen years ago, when I first started learning about nutrition, I heard that eggs were a great source of protein. The caveat was that I shouldn't eat too many yolks because of cholesterol. At that time, it was the norm for me to use about 10 eggs in my omelet and I would carefully … Continue reading The Egg Conundrum
Should you train a muscle group or lift when you’re still sore from your last workout? If so, should that training be different? If you’re not sore from a workout, does that mean the workout was ineffective? For many people, getting sore is something we’ve associated with a productive workout, although there's more to understand about … Continue reading A Primer on Muscle Soreness