The Top Article of the Week

The start of a new year typically brings discussion of setting and achieving goals, both for ourselves and for our clients.

Should these goals be goal-oriented or process-oriented? Is there a middle ground? Read on to find out in this week's top article of the week.

General Health

When Diet Meets DNA: A Premature Love Story -- Kevin Klatt, Weighty Matters

Resolutions That Actually Work-- Dean Somerset

4 Major Threats To Your New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution (And How To Beat Them) -- Rudy Mawer

Break Free from the Ugly Side of Health and Fitness) -- Nia Shanks

Good Nutriton With a Family -- Sara Thibadeau, Girls Gone Strong

Strength Training

3 CNS Fatigue Myths -- Menno Henselmans

Tip: 3 Oddball Exercises to Boost Your Bench Press -- Gavin McHale, T-Nation

10 Stupid Things Powerlifters Need to Stop Doing  -- Dave Tate

Fat Loss

How I Made Peace With My Appetite -- Robin Skyles, Girls Gone Strong

Daily Fat-Burning Habits: The Simplest Approach To Getting Lean And Staying Lean-- Tom Venuto

Help! I’ve Stopped Losing Weight. What Do I Do?-- Joe Huskey, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting

 What Are People Eating (And Not Eating) While Following A Low-Carb Diet?-- Dr. Nicola Guess, Weighty Matters


Cognitive Biases: A Crash Course for the Millennial Mind -- Sam McRoberts, Entrepeneur

The One Thing Trainers Need to Be Successful-- Erica Suter

Why Your Goal Setting Process Is Broken And What To Do About It -- Pia Silva, Forbes

Start The New Year By Learning To Avoid Bad Business Relationships -- Prudy Gourguechon, Forbes