Jon Henrik Eikli Yuen

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Protein: The Most Important Macronutrient for Weight Loss?

By Eirik Garnas <br>www.OrganicFitness.com<p>The obesity epidemic has quickly become one of the greatest health crises humans have ever faced, and billions …

Nutrition

Courageous Conversations With Coaches: Anterior Pelvic Tilt With Elsbeth Vaino

A year and a half ago, I wrote a TNation article pertaining to anterior pelvic tilt (APT) titled <i>Don’t Be Like Donald Duck</i>. I still think it’s the …

Biomechanics

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The Truth About Leg Extensions

Without a doubt, the leg extension debate is one of the most heated in the fitness industry today. Let's take a look at what the research says and …

How to Optimize Your Brain: Why Refining Emotional Recall is the Secret to Better Memory

We’ve seen the many ways in which our memory can be our merciless traitor: it is not a recording device but a practitioner of creative plagiarism, a terrible timekeeper, and the bent backbone in the anatomy of lying. How, then, can this essential human faculty become our ally?<p>In <b>The Art of Doing:</b> …

What the Psychology of Suicide Prevention Teaches Us About Controlling Our Everyday Worries

<i>“We must gain victory, not by assaulting the walls, but by accepting them,”</i> wrote James Gordon Gilkey in his 1934 guide to how not to worry. <i>“Don’t worry about popular opinion … Don’t worry about the past. Don’t worry about the future. … Don’t worry about anybody getting ahead of you,”</i> F. Scott …

The Squat: Good Exercise Gone Bad?

A few weeks ago a video of strength coach Mike Boyle presenting at a seminar hit the Internet, and boy did it piss some people off. Why? Just take a …

7 Essential Books on Optimism

Every once in a while, we all get burned out. Sometimes, charred. And while a healthy dose of cynicism and skepticism may help us get by, it’s in those times that we need nothing more than to embrace life’s promise of positivity with open arms. Here are seven wonderful books that help do just that …

The Carb Cycling Codex

Gain muscle and lose fat optimally!<p>Here's what you need to know...<p>Rather giving up carbs, which slows or halts muscle gain, use strategic carb …

Writing Tips to Make You a Better Writer

<b>Bonus:</b> For free writing tips delivered directly to your inbox, click here.<p>If you want to become a better writer, get ready to do some work. Because …

Creative Writing

Deadlift Cueing and Fixes

A few weeks ago I received an email from a DPT student in central Florida detailing a research project that he’s doing alongside a fellow student (as …

Sleep: What the Research Actually Says

Written on May 9, 2013 at 5:32 pm, by Eric Cressey<p><i>As a complete workaholic, I have a tremendous interest in the acute and chronic effects of sleep</i> …

5 Reasons Your Glutes Aren't Growing

5 Reasons Your Glutes Aren’t Growing<p><i>The Dynamic Duo – Chris and Eric Martinez – are back! This time with a vengeance, as they set their sights on the</i> …

The Truth About a Healthy Spine

The Truth About a Healthy Spine – Part II<p><i>Here is Part Two of Dr. Michael Stare’s guest post on spinal health from yesterday.</i><p><i>Enjoy the weekend!</i><p>In <b>part</b> …

The Truth About a Healthy Spine

The Truth About a Healthy Spine – Part I<p><i>Today’s guest post comes from physical therapist and strength coach Dr. Michael Stare. Mike is wicked smart,</i> …