The Top Article of the Week
Don’t act like a man: 5 ways to challenge male stereotypes and coach men through change. — Russell Moore, Precision Nutrition
A lot of men struggle with food, eating, and body image but they don’t talk about it.
Our beliefs about masculinity are a major barrier to men wanting to make changes.
How can we challenge male stereotypes and coach men through change?
Find out in this week’s top article.
Conflict Between Conscious and Unconscious Thoughts — Jessi Kneeland
The Truth About Alcohol and Breastfeeding — Helen Kollias, Girls Gone Strong
Why Even Adults Need To Play — Pat Flynn
Balance Training 2.0 — Shane McLean
10 Elements of the Perfect Training Week — Charles Staley, T Nation
No Man is an Island: The Benefits of a Training Partner — Brandon Morrison, Lift Big Eat Big
Start Here Before You Clean — Jeremy Frey, Elite FTS
Female Strength Training: Overcoming Grip Weakness for Better Glute and Hamstring Training — Meghan Callaway, Nick Tumminello
5 Hinging Variations That Don’t Involve Starting From The Ground — Meghan Callaway
Vacation Dieting for Real Life — Bryan Krahn
10 Nutritional Facts To Shred The Fat— Jason Helmes
Intermittent Fasting Myths Debunked — Eric Bach
If You’re Embarrassed To Take Your Shirt Off At The Beach — Scott Tousignant
5 Ways to Build a Strong Coach-Client Bond — Karen Nathan, ACE
This Habit Makes you More Productive — Eric Bach
How to Build a Referral Network to Support Your Pre- and Postnatal Client — Carolina Belmares, Girls Gone Strong
5 Ways Failure Can Help Your Career — Timothy Sykes,Entrepreneur
How to Hone a Razor-Sharp Entrepreneurial Mindset — Scott Duffy, Entrepreneur