I must confess that nutrition is not one of my favorite topics. I believe that’s because I was once obsessed with nutrition and read anything I could get my hands on. And then I went through my disordered eating phase where I spent every moment of every day thinking about food. That wasn’t a fun time, and to get over those OCD eating patterns I stripped my nutrition down to the bare essentials and nothing else. The less time I have to think about food and eating patterns, the better.
That’s why I’m excited to share this interview I did with Nick Pineault. He loves food, and he loves talking nutrition. His nutrition approach for health, fat loss, and performance is simple … Click to continue reading
I love no nonsense information, and that’s why I love my friend, JC Deen’s, articles and information. His website is a total BS-free zone, and that’s a major reason I enjoy and promote it.
So today I’m excited to share with you a recent interview with JC, and he opens up about his epic manual – LGN365.
Nia: You use a combination or straight sets, rest/pause, and reverse pyramid training in your programming. Can you elaborate on why?
JC: I particularly like having a variation of intensities in my training, as well as my clients’ programming. I utilize various approaches simply because I like to keep the training interesting, and because it makes people use lighter loads by default.
In the course, I make a distinction between the … Click to continue reading
An interview with my (S)hero and Beautiful Badass Mom about her recent battle and victory over a double prophylactic mastectomy and her record setting performance in her recent full powerlifting meet.
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