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The Tone of the Day

Setting the tone of the day is important. You might think that exercising early in the morning would tire you out for the day, but the reality is that it energizes you. By doing something productive and positive at the start of your day, it encourages you to continue doing productive things so that you […]

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Athletics vs. Conditioning

There seems to be a misunderstanding in the sedentary crowd that you need to be athletic in order to be fit, healthy, and conditioned. Nothing could be further from the truth. While your genetic disposition may incline you to toward being more or less athletic, your body’s conditioning really doesn’t care how athletic you are. […]

Mike O'Hearn vs. Phil Heath Inspiration

Is Mike O’Hearn Natural or Not?

I don’t enjoy writing articles like this, because I think it shouldn’t matter to someone whether or not someone else is natural. It’s personal business. But to me, Mike O’Hearn is an inspiration because he’s one of the few bodybuilders that I believe has the work ethic and genetics to be natural, yet everyone believes that […]

Lee Priest Training

E.O.D. Training: Every Other Day!

I’ve been working out for a while now – about 10 years. I’ve learned a lot, sometimes the hard way. One thing I’ve learned is that no one routine will get you all the results you want. You’re going to have to stick to workout out, and stick to routines, but you have to change […]

Mike O'Hearn Training

How to Reach Your Fitness Goals

To set goals is the #1 way to make progress. Before you can see progress, you need to be logging your progress. That means keep a training diary. Log your sets, reps, weight – even your thoughts and feelings. Set Attainable Goals – Small and Large Next, set small goals. For instance, make every workout […]


 
 

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The Tone of the Day

Posted  October 21, 2016  by  Ryan C. Stebbins

Setting the tone of the day is important. You might think that exercising early in the morning would tire you out for the day, but the reality is that it energizes you. By doing something productive and positive at the start of your day, it encourages you to continue doing productive things so that you […]

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Time is Money ... and Fitness!
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An Investment of Time

Posted  June 14, 2016  by  Ryan C. Stebbins

I’m in pretty good shape. I maintain a body fat level of around 8-15%, depending on the time of year and my current goals. I can squat and deadlift roughly twice my body weight, bench 1.5 times my body weight, and run a little under a 10-minute mile (that needs work, I know). Yet I’ve […]

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Athletics vs. Conditioning

Posted  April 11, 2016  by  Ryan C. Stebbins

There seems to be a misunderstanding in the sedentary crowd that you need to be athletic in order to be fit, healthy, and conditioned. Nothing could be further from the truth. While your genetic disposition may incline you to toward being more or less athletic, your body’s conditioning really doesn’t care how athletic you are. […]

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Mike O'Hearn vs. Phil Heath
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Is Mike O’Hearn Natural or Not?

Posted  November 2, 2015  by  Ryan C. Stebbins

I don’t enjoy writing articles like this, because I think it shouldn’t matter to someone whether or not someone else is natural. It’s personal business. But to me, Mike O’Hearn is an inspiration because he’s one of the few bodybuilders that I believe has the work ethic and genetics to be natural, yet everyone believes that […]

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E.O.D. Training: Every Other Day!

Posted  October 27, 2015  by  Ryan C. Stebbins

I’ve been working out for a while now – about 10 years. I’ve learned a lot, sometimes the hard way. One thing I’ve learned is that no one routine will get you all the results you want. You’re going to have to stick to workout out, and stick to routines, but you have to change […]

Full Story »