The Top Article of the Week

Keeping the ‘Coach’ in Science-Based Coaching -- James Kreiger,

As fit pros we all want to make sure that our coaching practices are science-based.

How can we best use science to optimize results for our clients?

Read all about it in this week's top article.

General Health

Does Insulin Status Predict Carbohydrate Tolerance? -- Cliff Harvey, Science Driven Nutrition

My Body Size Does Not Determine My Ability -- Kristy Fassio, Girls Gone Strong

How to Assess Your Postpartum Client --Marika Hart, Girls Gone Strong

When It Comes to Fitness Start with the Right Questions -- Eric Stevens, Brekaing Muscle

2 Ways To Think Like An Olympian -- Martin Rooney

Strength Training

Tip: Slow Gains? 3 Things You Might Be Missing -- Tony Gentilcore, T Nation

Hydration Testing -- William Jardine, Science for Sport

The 5 Most Dangerous Deadlift Mistakes -- Christian Thibaudeau, T-Nation

Is Muscle Confusion The Right Move?  -- Rudy Mawer

Fat Loss

How Tracking Your Workout Calories Burned Can Sabotage Your Fat Loss -- Tom Venuto

Weight Loss and Decreased Metabolic Rate: It’s Not as Bad as You Think -- James Fell

Keto Diet: The What, Why And How -- Joe Huskey, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting



Living Better in a Profession of Martyrdom: Advice for Young Strength Coaches-- Bryan Mann, Elite FTS

How to Make This Fitness Career Thing Work -- Erica Suter

The 3 R’s To Grow Your Personal Training Income -- Bedros Keuilian

How to Be a Master Salesman and Influence Decisions -- Bedros Keuilian