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3 Things to Lockdown Before Buying More Supplements

The following is a guest post from Michael Gregory. More about Michael below. Supplements reign supreme in our current age of quick fixes and “overnight successes.” I’m going to tell you 3 very obvious things when it comes to your journey to a better body before buying more supplements. I’m betting that you’ll shake your […]

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How I Worked Out On Chemotherapy

Thinking back some 15 years ago or so undergoing nine months of chemotherapy during the so-called “prime” of my life brings on feelings of both “holy crap, that was a long time ago” and “man, it still feels close to home.” We all have similar episodes in our lives where we wonder where the time […]

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Over Divorce Podcast: How to Use Exercise to Fight Through

Together with Tom and Adrian of OverDivorce.com I discuss ways health, fitness, and nutrition can help anyone through tough situations. From depression and endorphins to discipline and a healthy lifestyle we tackle all aspects of getting results.   Listen here

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Why Every Man Should Do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

The following is a guest post from Brock McGoff at The Modest Man. Every now and again we all need to try new and uncomfortable things. Read on for Brock’s own experience… A couple of years ago, I was working in a small company in downtown Washington, DC. Like many other young guys, I was […]

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Surviving Cancer with a Lot of Help

“Bring your shoulder around…flex those deltoids…keep the abs tight.” It was late on Thursday night June 2nd, 2005, and my workout partners were critiquing my posing after hours at my workplace. It had seemed like an eternity and yesterday at the same time that I was in the middle of chemotherapy treatments just last year […]

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Rebuilt: Unexpected Lessons in Resilience

I remember on February 19, 2004 getting a call from my doctor who was to inform me of some test results from a biopsy that was taken a few weeks prior. I had just come home from a military deployment from Afghanistan in late 2003 and was officially diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.