Author Archive for: copterlabs

Author Archive for: copterlabs

Training Guidelines for the Beginner

Training Guidelines for the Beginner

August 8, 2014

Just a few days ago, Bret Conteras wrote a post on his site titled, “10 Things All Beginner Lifters Should Know.” It was not only an excellent piece, but I also thought it was a topic that doesn’t get discussed enough nowadays. While many of us are busy debating the nu...

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Fitness on the Road: Nutrition Edition, Part II

Fitness on the Road: Nutrition Edition, Part II

July 31, 2014

A while back, I wrote a piece that discussed how to stick with your nutrition while you’re on the road. You can check it out here. Whether you’re traveling or just going out to a restaurant for a quick bite, I provided some tips and tricks to adhere to help preventing yo...

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It’s Not About the Abs

It’s Not About the Abs

July 18, 2014

This much I’ll admit: I like to look good naked. I also openly confess that on some days, the only thing pulling me off the couch to get to the gym and train is the thought of building glutes, glutes, glutes. And sometimes when I’m getting ready in the morning, I’ll sn...

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Why I Don’t Do Cheat Meals Anymore

Why I Don’t Do Cheat Meals Anymore

July 10, 2014

I have a problem with the whole notion of “cheating” on your diet. By “diet” I don’t necessarily mean “eating for fat loss”; I refer simply to the way that you eat on a day-to-day basis. Some time ago, I made the decision to do away with cheat meals altogether....

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When Good Fitness Habits Go Bad

When Good Fitness Habits Go Bad

June 21, 2014

We all begin our fitness journeys with the best of intentions. We want to look better, feel better, regain our confidence, and be healthier overall. So we embrace the wealth of information out there in books, websites, and locked in the brains of smart trainers and nutrition...

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The Ain’t-Nobody-Got-Time-Fo-Injuries Program

The Ain’t-Nobody-Got-Time-Fo-Injuries Program

June 14, 2014

The verdict is in: cubital tunnel syndrome. That’s been the root of the nerve pain I’ve been experiencing in my left arm for the past few months. The pain would come and go intermittently, like an unwelcome neighbor poking his head into my business. Then last Monday, he ...

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Plan to Fail

Plan to Fail

May 17, 2014

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. We all know that famous adage, right? Well, what if we planned to plan to fail? Failing in and of itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I’d argue, in fact, that in order to truly thrive, you will experience far more failures with on...

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