Archive for November, 2014

Time Flies On The Quest For Muscle Size

It’s hard to believe it’s been a full 10 years since Steve Holman and I started our site. It’s also hard to believe that we had trained together for […]


If you’ve been incorporating the tips I’ve provided in the last couple of articles here on, I hope they have helped you see progress and break plateaus. It’s amazing […]


As soon as you saw the title of this article, you may be thinking the mistake that I’ll be referring to is not training triceps as hard as biceps to […]

Healthy Chocolate Chicken Mole Meal Prep

Getting a little inspiration from Mexico, this healthy, easy and QUICK spin on traditional chocolate chicken mole will help you refresh your weekly diet while also satisfying your taste buds. No boring […]

Green Chiles Chicken Squash Boats

If you don’t have a lot of time to prepare an elaborate meal for yourself or your family, try stuffing squash or zucchini with a lean protein and complex carbohydrate source. […]

The Journey After The Lean Body Challenge With Wes Williamson

Who is Wes Williamson? Wes Williamson is a 50-year-old man who decided it was time he took control of his overall health. Back in 2009 Wes joined the Lean Body […]

Frank Zane’s Symmetry (Book Review by Ken O’Neill)

I wanted to take a moment to share with you this book review (put together by Ken O’Neill) on Frank Zane’s latest book Symmetry. And while I am at it, […]

Protein, it’s not just about how much

The whole idea of protein gets more difficult when you think about the secondary effects of the food source. A prime example of this is noted with the current research […]

Life is Unpredictable: How I Went from Corporate to Personal Training

Five years ago it was unthinkable that one day I would be a personal trainer with my own business, teaching bootcamps, participating in triathlons and half marathons, with exercise videos […]