Syatt Fitness: The Week In Review (4/12/2015)

master and beginnerGood morning and happy Sunday!

The weather is getting incredibly nice up here in Boston so I’m about to head out and spend the rest of my day outside.

But before I run out, I’ve got another packed installment of The Week In Review for you with 15 brand new fitness articles coming your way.



Articles By Jordan

articles1. A Bigger Range of Motion Isn’t Always a Better Range of Motion

Apply to Join My Summer Meltdown Group Nutrition Coaching Program!

Screenshot (130)My Summer Meltdown 8-Week Group Nutrition Coaching Program is open for applications but only through this coming Wednesday, April 15th. 

With summer (and beach season) rapidly approaching, if you want to eliminate the guess work and let me tell you exactly what you need to do to lean out over the next 8-weeks, apply for your spot below.

I Want to Apply to the Summer Meltdown Nutrition Group!

Applicants are accepted on a first come, first serve basis so if you’re serious about leaning out for summer in the next 8-weeks, send your application in now.

Recommended Reading

  1. The Stage System via Eric Cressey
  2. The Modified Side Plank via Dean Somerset
  3. Elimintation Diets via Precision Nutrition
  4. 22 Delicious High Fiber Foods via Authority Nutrition
  5. The Science of Foam Rolling via Chris Beardsley
  6. A Bigger Range of Motion Isn’t Always a Better Range of Motion via Syatt Fitness
  7. 4 Ways Lean People Think Lean via Bryan Krahn
  8. 5 Things People Need to Stop Overthinking via Bret Contreras
  9. 10 Reasons You Aren’t Losing Fat via Travis Pollen
  10. No More Pulled Hamstrings via Mike Robertson
  11. How to Conquer Your Trigger Foods via Tony Gentilcore
  12. 8 Tips for Long-Term Lifting via Eric Bach
  13. My Switch to Strength: The Tale of a Former Cardio Queen via Jen Comas
  14. 6 Things You Do That Your Clients Hate via Mike Reinold
  15. Losing Fat Without Macro Counting – 10 Simple Steps via Jason Helmes

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