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True or False: If You Get Sick, It’s Your Own Fault

We exercise and eat healthy to try to stay healthy, so if you get sick, does that mean you slipped up? I’ve written before about why we get cold... Continue reading
Maximizing Natural Testosterone Levels Through Exercise

The purpose of this article is to establish safe and effective methods or modalities for naturally boosting testosterone production. The modalities I&... Continue reading
Ladies: Are Your Hormones Out of Whack? Here's How To Try To Fix 'Em

Last month, Mark Kaelin wrote a great article on maintaining peak testosterone levels as you age, citing the pervasiveness of advertising geared towar... Continue reading
Maintaining Testosterone Levels at their Peak as You Age

Turn on your TV, page through the sports section of your local paper, or pick up any men’s magazine and you’re bound to see an ad describi... Continue reading
True or False: Alcohol Sabotages Your Recovery

Tell me I'm not the only fan of the post-workout shower beer. You know, when you've had a long day and then a hard workout, and your need for a hot sh... Continue reading
True or false: Calipers Are The Best Way To Measure Body Fat

I'm sorry to tell you that the best way to measure body fat is expensive and very inconvenient. It's also at odds with your training goals, whatever t... Continue reading
Brain Training: Does it Work?

Chances are good that if you’re reading this magazine, you don’t just want athletic excellence but also care about making smart decisions ... Continue reading
Why Paleo? From Cave to Chronic Illness

 by Chris Kresser Excerpted from the book Your Personal Paleo Code by Chris Kresser. Copyright © 2013 by Chris Kresser. Reprinted wit... Continue reading
Metabolic Flexibility: A Discussion With Dr. Mike T. Nelson

Nobody likes to waste precious training time at the gym. That is where having an understanding of the concepts of metabolic flexibility comes into pla... Continue reading
True or False: You need to get a good night's sleep before a competition

The great sleep researcher Casey Stengel (okay, not really: he's best known as the wise-cracking manager of the Yankees in the 1950s) once quipped, &q... Continue reading
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