The Top Article of the Week
We can all recognize this principle in both ourselves and our clients.
How can we overcome it to ensure that it doesn’t negatively affect progress?
Read on to find out in the top fitness article of the week.
The Comparison Trap: Can You Use it for Good? — Amanda Perry
The ONE Thing Suffocating Your Progress — Andrew Holmes, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting
The Value In 30 Challenge — Leigh Peele
Tip: Why You Look Preggo on a Healthy Diet — Dani Shugart, T Nation
Sweet vs. regular potatoes: Which potatoes are really healthier? — Krista Scott-Dixon and Brian St. Pierre, Precision Nutrition
Low-Load Training for Hypertrophy Works in the Lab. Will It Work in the Gym? — Eric Helms, Stronger By Science
The Art of Ruthless Consistency — Jorden Pagel
How Fitness Equals Freedom — Pat Flynn
What You Need to Know to Get Started With Powerlifting — Jennifer Vogelgesang Blake, Girls Gone Strong
8 Lessons From Glute Girls — Paul Carter, T Nation
The Best Diet For You — Scott Tousignant
The Right Diet for Your Personality Type — Chris Shugart, T Nation
Coaching Clients Who Want Their “Pre-Baby Body” Back — Carolina Belmares, Girls Gone Strong
Ask Rudy: The Paleo Diet–Rudy Mawer
3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Open A Gym — Tony Gentilcore
What To Do When Success Breeds Stagnations— John Romaniello
Optimize Your Marketing Plan To Get More Leads — Ryan Ketchum
If You Think Success Is Nothing But Fun You Need to Understand This About Critics — Kimanzi Constable, Entrepeneur
Four Simple Steps To Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions — Erika Andersen, Forbes