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The Parent Sales Trap

Parents juggle responsibilities with head-down persistence and self-imposed blinders, solely focused on their child’s success, and rightfully…

Author: Cheyne Zeller

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Collagen – What’s All the Fuss?

The nutrition industry is always looking for the next best “super food” (Acai bowls, anyone?) and the…

Guardians of the Streets – LEOs and Athleticism

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man…

Author: Donald Ricci

Powerlifters Are Pot Smokers

It’s human nature to jump to conclusions based on prior experience. Though the bark of a dog…

Author: Jim Davis

Carbs Are Not the Devil

Over the last decade through no fault of their own, carbohydrates became the demonized macronutrient according to…

Author: Rob Exline

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Mama Says Drink Your Water

As Lead Fluid Engineer for The Mud Dogs, Bobby Boucher knew a thing or two about proper…

Ask the Doc – Concussion Treatment 101

So you have a concussion. Got your bell rung. Seeing stars. Can’t seem to remember what happened…

Author: Tim Cummings

Lemon & Parmesan Roasted White Fish

When you hear protein with a face and a soul, what comes to mind? Probably the standard…

Drop the Dogma, Make An Impact

We often think the key to winning is more. More speed drills, more training, more control, more…

Author: Andy Holmes