G’morning and happy Sunday!
This past week was a busy one in the fitness industry with tons of brand new training and nutrition articles published by some of the best in the world.
I’ve got ’em all here for you in this installment of The Week in Review, in addition to my weekly training logs and the down low on an extraordinary new mobile app that makes eating healthy at restaurants easy.
Enjoy and have a great Sunday!
Articles by Jordan
The Definitive Guide to Strength Training Program Design (<– Click to Read!)
The Only Mobile App That Makes
Healthy Eating at Restaurants…Easy!
If you’re like me and love eating out but aren’t always sure what your “healthiest” option is, Fudist is going to be your new favorite mobile app.
Bar none the simplest, easiest to understand, and most convenient nutrition application I’ve ever used, Fudist makes it ridiculously easy for you to eat out and have fun without worrying about your diet, calories, or macronutrients.
I started using Fudist highly skeptical of how practical and accurate it would be. I mean, if we’re being honest, most mainstream fitness products are way over priced and don’t really “work.”
But Fudist is [fortunately] a different story.
After plugging in my standard personal info (age, weight, gender, etc) it started asking me more detailed questions like:
“How many days per week do you train?”
“Do you cycle calories based on training days and rest days?”
“Do you adhere to any specific diet (i.e. paleo, atkins, south beach, etc)?”
I couldn’t believe it.
This mainstream nutrition application was blowing the doors off of standard practice and completely changing the game. Asking me in-depth personal questions to help me create an individualized nutrition plan that I could take with me on the road.
I was sold.
What’s great is Fudist is also incredibly affordable. Not to mention, they’re running a huge 50% off promotion right now so you can literally get it at half price.
I can’t say enough good things about Fudist and I couldn’t imagine a reason why anyone wouldn’t want to take advantage of their huge database of nutrition data which they personalize to you. Want Fudist at 50% off?
—> Download Fudist Right Here! <—
My Strength Lesson’s & Training Logs
My strength lessons and training logs are back and I’m posting them daily on Instagram! I’ve shared some brand new videos with you below but if you want more make sure to follow me on Instagram @SyattFitness
Chest to Bar Close-Grip Pull-Ups: Not for the faint of heart!
Constant Tension Dumbbell Reverse Lunges: My glutes and quads were sore for 4-days!
- How to Help a Dad Bod via Bryan Krahn
- Proper Hip Thrust Technique: Head & Neck Position via Ben Bruno
- Random Thoughts on Sports Performance Training via Eric Cressey
- Deadlift Master: Paused Deadlifts via Adam Pine
- How to Measure and Improve Muscle Strength via Justin Kompf
- The Definitive Guide to Strength Training Program Design via Syatt Fitness
- If You Want to Lose Fat and Keep It Off, Don’t Fall for the Low Carb Trap via JC Deen
- 35 Ways to Transform Your Body via Precision Nutrition
- 3 Problems With Your Bent Over Row via Eric Bach
- Are Wide Grip Lat Pull Downs Necessary for a Wide Back? Via Nick Tumminello
- 10 Lessons Learned from My Dieting Experiment via Brandon LaVack
- Does Periodization of a Program Help Improve? Strength via Mike Reinold
- Fitness Professionals: Find Your Why via Tony Gentilcore
- How to Fix “Butt Wink” in the Squat via Dean Somerset
- When “Just Lose More Fat” Is Not the Answer via Sohee Walsh
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