April 19, 2022
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Over the past year+ I have executed a nutrition / training plan that has culminated in some substantial physique changes.  Moreover, I have continued to learn and refine my skills as a coach within the process.  I am going to share that process, including many sub-topics of reference, in hope that you may find value or benefit from them.  Feel free to skip to and read what you feel applicable or of interest, and for those seeking a more elaborate walkthrough I have linked a video where I discuss my cutting / peaking process in detail including what metrics I tracked and adjustments made along the way.


November 7, 2021
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Are you aware of your triggers and how they impact when and what you eat? Do any of the following sound familiar, or applicable to you:

• Stress eating
• Emotional eating
• Feeling out of control around certain foods
• Binge episodes
• Over indulgences on nights and weekends


July 9, 2021
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Have you been on what seems to be a never-ending quest to lose weight? Or perhaps you are a die-hard gym bro that is always in a bulk pushing for dem gainz (lean mass). If either of these scenarios sounds familiar, you may want to rethink your approach towards progress. I ask that you consider that, at times, maintaining weight may be the progress you (and your body) need. I present to you my “case for maintenance.”


March 11, 2021
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While perhaps not the missing link you would commonly think of, let me explain how the existence of one may account for a lack of progress for yourself. The pursuit of optimal or elite level aesthetics is one where you don’t start off with all the habits you need to get it done right away. Suffice it to say that achievement of such a goal is rather elusive like Bigfoot himself. It is an ongoing process where you build upon habits and what is initially hard to do becomes easier over time. Personally, I’ve built upon small habit changes, improvements, and tweaks to my regimen over the course of years to arrive at where I am currently. And it’s because I built these habits into my lifestyle, and into my daily routine, that they are no longer difficult to achieve.


January 19, 2021
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Once upon a time a long, long time ago, before smart phones and Instagram feeds, there lived a community of pigs. These weren’t your ordinary, run-of-the-mill pigs, though. These pigs could walk and talk. They held down steady jobs and had families. This story is about three of these little pigs and what happened when trouble came howling at their doors.