Daily exercise is important to your body and your mind! MYWINERADIO recommends you do some amount of physical activity each day. Always consult your physician before starting a fitness routine.

  • Midline Rule: Simplify Your Stance
    on March 2, 2021 at 5:40 PM

    The midline rule determines which stance to use for any lift and teaches the lifter to think for themselves. Does original thought exist? Have we covered everything, or are there thinkers out there who aren’t in the box? I know my friend David Weck down in San Diego is changing the game when it comes to running, but when we get down to the nitty-gritty of strength training, we all regurgitate the same things while adding our particular flare?   read more

  • Active, Passive, and Earned Exercise Recovery Strategies
    on February 25, 2021 at 3:42 PM

    The fourth part in our exercise recovery series will help you elicit that last bit of recovery capacity with active and passive strategies. This article is the fourth and final installment in the exercise recovery series.   I’m finally going to cover the sexy stuff. These aren't cutting-edge recovery modalities that will supercharge your training, recovery, and results, but they are the recovery methods that all work.   read more

  • Nature's Two Most Powerful Exercise Recovery Tools
    on February 24, 2021 at 11:52 AM

    In the third part of our series on exercise recovery, we look at how to maximize recovery and build more lean muscle with the two most overlooked tools in your arsenal. In part one Train Hard, Recover Harder of the exercise recovery series, I explained that stress is a double-edged sword. To make adaptations, you need to impose stress, but too much stress will interfere with your recovery.   read more

  • The Importance of Structured Training Programs in Recovery
    on February 23, 2021 at 12:32 PM

    Part two of four in our recover series will help you build a program that creates the most potential for balancing a high-quality training stimulus with optimal recovery capacity. What if I told you that by improving your training program, you could dramatically improve your recovery and your results?   In part one Train Hard, Recover Harder of the exercise recovery series, I explained that training was one of many stressors that your body has to deal with and that stress management is the key strategy to increasing your capacity to train hard and recover harder.   read more

  • Train Hard, Recover Harder
    on February 22, 2021 at 1:17 PM

    Part one of this four-part series to improve your recovery will concentrate on why stress is a double-edged sword and how to manage it. Based on my email inbox and Instagram DMs, recovery from training is a hot topic. I get asked all kinds of questions about recovery techniques.   read more

  • The Njoie Nforce Percussion Massage Gun
    on February 20, 2021 at 10:48 PM

    Percussive massage guns can cost upwards of $500 but there are more affordable variants that may suit casual users better. The Njoie (pronounced enjoy) Nforce massage gun is a lightweight percussion massage gun that uses short duration staccato bursts of gentle hammering to get into your soft tissue.   read more

  • How to Develop a Coaching Career Doing What You Love
    on February 15, 2021 at 4:16 PM

    Joe doesn’t offer short-cuts or hacks, but his advice is full of genuine advice that could help you develop the business and lifestyle you want   In this episode, Joe Bennett, AKA the Hypertrophy Coach, is joining me. Joe has developed a thriving fitness business focused on his passion for muscle building and working with people he loves coaching.   During the show, Joe maps out his journey from young meathead to expert status.   read more

  • The Role of Micronutrients in Body Recomposition
    on February 13, 2021 at 10:10 PM

    Micronutrients are necessary for your body to perform optimally, avoid adverse side effects, and keep your fitness goals in reach. When it comes to talking about food and dieting in fitness circles, one of the terms you keep hearing over and over is macronutrients. Its lesser discussed counterpart, micronutrients, are the topic for today.   read more

  • I Was Wrong
    on February 11, 2021 at 7:18 PM

    After some soul searching, I hope you will set your ego aside and admit that some of the things you've been doing may be holding you and your clients back. When strung together, we should say these three words with our tail between our legs and a strong shimmy to our confidence. I’m not going to get on my high horse and go through some Pinterest list of virtuous bullet points on how personal growth starts here and how courage is found in these moments, blah blah blah.   My reason for writing this is because I have been wrong a lot.   read more

  • Strength Training and the Efficacy of Electromyography (EMG)
    on February 10, 2021 at 9:10 AM

    This article will discuss kinesiological EMG only as its function relates to training regimes, voluntary neuromuscular activation, and functional movements. Electromyography (EMG) is a scientific method of testing muscle activity. It is well regarded, some say, in the non-scientific community because of the simplicity of a stronger reading means stronger muscles. However, it is neither popular or as well-studied as it could be so, the question remains as to its effectiveness.   Considering EMG is not a popular choice, the following questions may come to mind:   read more

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