From Jon: Each Sunday thePTDC publishes a list of the top articles from around the web in 5 different categories: bodybuilding, general health, fat loss, strength training, and nutrition.
We scan the net, but if you’d like to submit your article for consideration, please send it to email@example.com.
Our Choice for the Article of the Week
Hard work without results is frustrating for all parties involved, and no one enjoys frustration. Whether it is in your own training or your clients, it is important to understand the roadblocks that are cutting you off from your goals. Mike Samuels lays out 6 easy steps to implement to help fix your clients broken diet and get back on the road to success.
THE PERILS OF CLEAN EATING – Mike Samuels
Fitness Myths that NEED to Die: The Paleo Diet Edition – Jordan Syatt
IS “CLEAN EATING” THAT BAD? – Tara Senic
Why Junk Food Makes You Fat, NOT Fat or Carbs – Kris Gunnars
Maybe All You Need Is Lifting – Charles Staley, T-Nation
6 Reasons Men Are Bad at Sex – Chris Shugart, T-Nation
Guest Post: The Fitness-Industrial-Complex is Deceiving You! – Patrick Mustain, Weight Matters
Are you Lying to Yourself? Guest post by Unleash Your Alpha – Mike Campbell
What Are the Best Glute Exercises? – Bret Contreras
30 Days to a Big Butt & Great Squat – Bret Contreras, T-Nation
3 Reasons Your Calves Aren’t Growing – Menno Henselmans, T-Nation
Your Muscular Potential: Insights From a Hardgainer – Scott Tousignant
4 Bench Press Lies – Tony Bonvechio
5 Steps for Learning the Squat – Eirik Garnas
Programming for Speed Development – Chris Lyons
How to fix a broken diet – Dr. John Berardi
Diet Cults vs. Science-Based Healthy Eating – Harriet Hall, Science-Based Medicine
15 “Health Foods” That Are Really Junk Foods in Disguise – Kris Gunnars
A Year of Eating for Strength – Chase Karnes