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Interview with Dr. Michael Eades

I’m frequently asked for a reading list or my favorite books regarding nutrition and health. One book tops that list: Protein Power: Lifeplan by Drs. Michael R. and Marry Dan Eades, MD. Like the precision of the Zone? It’s in there. Want ... Continue reading
Windshield Wiper

The term "core training" for me elicits visions of Swiss balls, muscle shirts and male hair care products, along with the according acute gastrointestinal distress. But creating a replacement term seems both arrogant and inefficient, so we'... Continue reading
Recipes: Issue 22

A Paleo Thanksgiving This month we'll take a look at a few ways to tweak the traditional Thanksgiving meal to be a little more health friendly. The meal will still come out as a whole to be a little higher carb than I'd normally like, but I don't ... Continue reading
Power Bias: Part 2

Waaay back in issue 11 I introduced some material I called the Power Bias. In that issue we looked at some strategies for pushing power output of CrossFit WODs further towards max power. To do this I encouraged the use of ballistic/plyometric type mo... Continue reading
Kettlebells: We Need to Talk

I'll admit it: I've had a historically negative attitude toward kettlebells, at times vehemently so. I'm responsible for numerous iterations of the following dialogue: CLIENT: What's the best kettlebell exercise? ME: Putting it away. But in my... Continue reading
Sots Press

The Sotts Press is a movement rarely seen outside the weightlifting world (that's weightlifting, sport of, not Dude, I lift weights too). It offers unique strengthening, stabilization and flexibility components, and is also a remarkably gratifying di... Continue reading
Recipes: Issue 21

Jambalaya This one is a spicy Southern dish. I used El Pato sauce, but if you are not a fan of spicy foods, you might consider regular tomato sauce instead. Look for sausages that don't contain nitrates. 10 min prep time 25 min cooking time ... Continue reading
Scale This!

Have you ever been asked something so fundamental that you just did not know where to start? Imagine this scene: Little Jimmy walks up to you and asks, “Why is the sky blue?” To which you smartly respond, “Well Jimmy, the sky appear... Continue reading
A More Civilized Approach to Bleeding: Blood Donation

The promotion of blood donation is invariably approached from the angle of altruism. Promotional strategies emphasize the need for 38,000 pints of blood every day in the US—a pint almost every 2 seconds—for the regular and emergency treat... Continue reading
The Turkish Get-Up

The Turkish Get-up is one of a great number of effective movements that have been filed away by too many under Inconvenient. The movement is difficult, uncomfortable, and its failed completion in public makes one look (to the untrained eye, of course... Continue reading
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