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.
The Top Article of the Week
In the fitness community we know that supplementing our diet with fish oil will improve most people’s health; including skin, mood and even energy.
And like many other things, we can take ‘what we know’ for granted. But what if you aren’t a fitness professional? What if you just want to become healthier and maybe lose some fat while you’re at it?
This week’s article explains why you should or shouldn’t start including it or which of your clients to recommend it to.
4 Reasons You’re Not Getting Stronger — Chet Morjaria, Breaking Muscle
5 Secrets from a 700lb Deadlifter — Adam Pine, JMax Fitness
Why You Can’t Bench Press More Weight — Adam Bornstein
5 Simple Ways to Get Stronger — Dan John
You’re Only As Strong As Your Strongest Link — Blaine Sumner
Understanding and Managing Joint Hypermobility — Eric Cressey, Thrive with Jen Sinkler
How to Enhance Recovery Beyond Nutrition — Kamel Patel, MikeReinold.com
10 Coaching Tips To Help Beginner Clients Reach Their Fitness Goals — Andrew Heming, thePTDC.com
Female Fitness Marketing: Why Performance Matters — Tony Gentilcore
Why Healthy Habits Don’t Work — Bryan Krahn
Why Weights Are Better Than Cardio for Fat Loss — Adam Bornstein
The Fat Loss Nutrient You’re Forgetting — Dr. Brooke Larson, GGS
The Ultimate Guide to Losing Fat — Josh Hillis & Dan John
Eight Tips for Long Term Lifting — Eric Bach
The Best Time to Burn Fat or Build Muscle — Bryan Krahn
2 Common Bench Press Mistakes (And How to Fix Them!) — Jordan Syatt
Fix Your Diet: Understanding Proteins, Carbs,and Fats — Adam Bornstein
How to Spice Up Any Meal. Literally. — Noel, Nerd Fitness
How Do I Find My True TDEE? — Anitra Soto, Eat More 2 Weigh Less
Dietary Lectins: Everything You Need To Know — Joe Leech, Authority Nutrition