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The Top Article of the Week
Content 101: Create More and Consume Less — Andrew Coates, Art of Getting S*** Done
Reading is learning. Learning is great. It’s the way to move your career forward. Isn’t it?
In this week’s top article, Andrew Coates explores what happens when superfluous “learning” becomes well-disguised procrastination.
Has Nutrition Science Finally Exonerated Whole Eggs? 2019 Update — Tom Venuto, Burn the Fat
Sitting Probably Isn’t Killing You — Aadam Ali, Physiqonomics
Exercising vs. Training: What’s Best for You? — Harold Gibbons, haroldgibbons.com
Mr. Rogers Wasn’t a Saint, He Was One of Us — David Cain, Raptitude
Carbs Are Not the Enemy — Taylor Simon, coachtaylorsimon.ca
The Cost of “Waiting Until January” — Mitch Calvert, mitchcalvert.com
The Ultimate Guide to Designing a Muscle-Building Diet — Daniel DeBrocke, Elite FTS
The Concept of Body Positivity Has Been Appropriated, and That Sucks — Abby Langer, abbylangernutrition.com
The Complete Guide to Meal Planning and Prep — Esther Avant, estheravant.com
Five Exercises to Help Get Your First Pistol Squat — Meghan Callaway, meghancallawayfitness.com
Bulgarian Split Squats a Superior Alternative to Barbell Back Squats? — Charley Gould, drjohnrusin.com
Three Psych Skills for Strength Training — Lisa Lewis, T Nation
The Useless Metric that Tells You Nothing About the Health of Your Gym — Pete Dupuis, petedupuis.com
Seven Small Business Saturday Sentiments — Eric Cressey, ericcressey.com
Four Ways to Become a Better Fitness Writer — Tony Gentilcore, tonygentilcore.com
Don’t Hate, Meditate — Jason Leenaarts, jasonleenaarts.com
Time Management Strategies for Personal Trainers — Jon Goodman, the PTDC