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The body-positive movement is an amazing one and it was sorely needed in the fitness industry. Too many people had been using nutrition and exercise as forms of self-punishment in their endless pursuits of what they thought they were supposed to look like.
Yet when you tell your clients that they shouldn’t care about how they look, is that really for you to decide?
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6 Random Thoughts from 6 Months of Internships — Kia Khadem
A Positive Body Image Is Not An Excuse To Be A Lazy POS — Danielle Sovereign, Spot Me Girl
4 Myths Many Lifters Actually Believe — Christian Thibaudeau, T-Nation
The Lats and the Bench Press – Much Ado About Very Little — Greg Nuckols
Big Squat, Big Bench, Big Deadlift “” Big Air — CJ Murphy, Elitefts
How to Fix A Good Morning-Style Squat — John Clark, Breaking Muscle
Strength Exercise of the Week: The Z Press — Lee Boyce, EricCressey.com
What (if anything) does “natural” mean? — Jann Bellamy, Science Based Medicine
Quit Dieting: Your Kids Are Watching — Marc Halpern, Breaking Muscle
Are Oats and Oatmeal Gluten-Free? The Surprising Truth — Taylor Jones, Authority Nutrition
The Truth About Direct Arm Training — John Rusin, T-Nation
ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BACK — Shane Mclean, tonygentilcore.com
How to Get Huge Hamstrings — Steve Hall
Tip: Do the Key Press for Pecs — Lee Boyce, T-Nation
Carb Cycling That Actually Works — Alain Gonzalez, T-Nation
“Let Me Lose 10lbs First…” Why This Train of Thought Doesn’t Work — Brandon LaVack