The tired old dilemma of trying to either lose fat or build muscle is as old as, well, way before my time. Let me guess, you set out to change something about your diet, workouts, or both and declare that this is the day/week/month/year it all changes. So you grab your phone and scour social … Continue reading Why You’re Not Getting Results From Your Fitness Plan and What To Do About It
It's been a while since I've posted anything. To spare you one of my personally most hated words (busy), I have been focusing my attention elsewhere lately. Specifically on writing fitness/bodybuilding articles and YouTube scripts for several sites. Still, no excuse. Recently, however, I've combined both of my sites into this one. BradJournals.com has now … Continue reading The Site Direction and What’s New
Do you think it's a never-ending uphill climb to a leaner physique after 40? Here's another article I wrote from Fitness Volt detailing some of the most important principles about getting lean after 40. Can You Get Lean After 40? Enjoy! // Subscribe for updates.
Here are a few articles I've written for Fitness Volt lately. In them I go over how to really train after 40, bigger legs after 40, and 5 changes you can make right now for better results. Check them out below. Over 40 Training Always wonder if you need to change things up after a … Continue reading Bigger Legs and 5 Changes to Make After 40
I wrote a new op-ed on Fitness Volt talking about the advantages of the old school mentality without the technological gadgetry that purveys our lives. Check out the article here: Get Back to Old School Training Without the Tech In it I list out several ways to boost your training results, nutrition, and motivation without … Continue reading No Tech Old School Training Tactics
Check out my latest interview from Average Bros Fitness. We talk about training, nutrition, motivation, the fitness industry, and competition. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxGEAsroarg&t=1s *** Subscribe for updates.
There's a famous interview with Bruce Lee where he describes his philosophy of his life. As he was most notable for his martial arts and movies, he applied this mindset to everything. He was truly a man of deep reverence by his peers, the public, and an ever-growing audience from every generation to this day. … Continue reading Be Like Bruce Lee, My Friend (or How to Stick to Your Training)
Most of us will treat a week off from the gym as just that: a week away, usually indulging in some bad food, and giving our joints, tendons, and ligaments a break. I have a quote I tell almost every client: "Don't schedule time off. Life will do it for you." In other words, life … Continue reading What I Did on My Week Off
I get some great questions about training, nutrition, recovery, and motivation from readers. Many of these questions are common among you so I'd like to answer some right here for all to benefit from. Here is an email I received from Nick. He has a few concerns about training splits. Hey Brad,This is a little … Continue reading The Best Body Part Split for You: A Reader’s Question
A student of mine recently approached me about training and wanted my opinion on a new fitness app he was contemplating using. He spoke on end about all the things this app could do to inevitably help him achieve his goals of more lean muscle. The app, he explained, tracked everything from reps and sets … Continue reading Over 40 and New Fitness Tech