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30 Day Summer Shred Diet Plan

30 Day Diet Plan

So, here we are, quarantine is almost behind us and we’re guessing if you’re anything like the rest of us, you ate less than perfect when locked up at home. Totally worth it. The good news? We’ve got time.

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How to Strategically Set Goals

How to strategically set goals

When we set goals, we give ourselves the opportunity to be better, but we must remember that setting goals is more than just wishing for it to happen, you have to put in the work. Goal setting is a process that requires focus and determination. Below is a list of some tips we have put together to help you set your goals and actually achieve them.

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How to Count Macros

How to count macros

Carbohydrates, proteins and fat. In short, by counting our protein and carbs (4 calories per gram) and our fat (9 calories per gram) we are essentially also tracking our calories. Why not just count calories? If we aren’t at least aware of the general ratios of macronutrients in our daily intake, it’s going to be a whole hell of a lot harder to preserve lean body mass during a cut.

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Everything You Need to Know About Dr. Jekyll Stim Free

Everything You Need to Know About Dr. Jekyll® Stim Free

Most people know first-hand the ways in which caffeine can help to increase their energy levels and make it easier for them to push through difficult workouts. You don’t need caffeine to have a good workout, though. If you’re someone who is sensitive to stimulants, or if you workout in the evening, you can see a lot of great benefits from using a stimulant-free pre-workout like Dr. Jekyll Stimulant-Free.

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8 Ways to Adjust Your Gym Workouts After a Long Break

8 Ways to Adjust Your Gym Workouts After a Long Break

Whether you’ve been working out at home and staying out of the gym in response to the pandemic or if you’ve taken time off for any other reason, you’re probably pretty excited to get back to lifting and the gym environment as soon as you safely can. Before you sprint into the building bright and early on the day it opens, though, it’s helpful to have a plan for how you’re going to adjust your gym workouts after a long break.

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Why an at Home Workout Routine Matters and How to Create One

Why an at home workout routine matters and how to create one.

Right now, many of us are working out exclusively from home to try and flatten the curve and minimize the effects of COVID-19 (or coronavirus). Some people love the simplicity of at-home workouts, but others, especially “gym rats” who prefer lifting heavy and having access to lots of equipment, are finding it difficult to make the switch to a new way of training. They may have even taken a break from the workouts altogether.

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