I believe that taking time to bite the bullet and work for your local Globo Gym can be the best choice of your career - and here's why.

It’s a funny feeling, because I’m still in my 20s, and still feel like I haven’t accomplished a thing in this industry, looking at the big picture.    As a matter of fact, I probably won’t feel like I’ve legitimately developed any sort of mastery over my craft until I’m at least 40. But as

Yes, I said it. There IS a time when lifting till there's nothing left in the tank is a good thing. But there are some restrictions...

In the gym, smart trainers and coaches will sometimes shirk the potential for a good, intense workout when there are present muscular imbalances, asymmetries, minute technical flaws, or even potentials for injury in some indirect way.  In some ways, it’s prudent of the coach to think about that – especially if the training client is

Do heels elevated squats deserve the bad rap they're often given?

Often times, intelligent trainers and coaches get into the habit of not giving every exercise the benefit of the doubt.  Good knowledge of the body and muscular system, combined with an understanding of what’s “functional” in the weight room can influence an exclusionary approach to exercise variations or ideas. You’ve heard me talk about blanket

Some of the hot supplements you're taking may be giving you expensive urine, and not much else.

I’m proud to introduce Examine.com to my blog for a guest post that reveals some important and timely reminders about supplentation. I’m a big fan of the research work over at Examine.com, as it’s really had an impact on currently practiced diet and exercise regimes. Be sure to check out their website for more fantastic

Getting knowledge, and knowing YOUR body is a hidden gem to seeing results in the gym.

You’ll hear it from the best bodybuilders in the game, and I couldn’t agree more. As you gain experience in the weight room, you’ll come to learn what “works” for you and what doesn’t in each of your training phases. Last year, I wrote a blog article highlighting the importance of asking questions whenever hearing

If you could do just ONE exercise, then THIS would be my recommendation... And it's probably not what you think.

In the 6th grade, my friends and I used to create these kinds of scenarios all the time: You know, the classic, if you had to choose between hypothetical option X or Y, for LIFE, what would you choose? Okay, clearly I wasn’t one of the cool kids. That goes without saying. With that said,