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Healthy Living Is Hard: Accept It

Today’s guest post comes courtesy of SUNY Cortland head strength coach and lecturer, Justin Kompf. And speaking of SUNY Cortland, the annual Health and Wellness Conference is this April 8th featuring myself, Dr. Lisa Lewis, Brian St. Pierre, Mark Fisher, and Dr. David Just. For more information go HERE. It is the easiest thing in… Read more

Best Articles of 2016: Exercises You Should Be Doing

This is the last post of 2016. Unbelievable. To cap off the “Year in Review” I wanted to highlight the most popular posts from my Exercises You Should Be Doing series.   But first, a brief aside. Stuff to Check Out Before You Read Stuff 1. COREssentials Beginning in mid-January 2017 I’ll be offering a… Read more

Best Articles of 2016: Guest Posts

I’m very fortunate that I have a fair number of coaches and other fitness professionals who see this site as a resource of quality information as well as a resource to help get their information and content in front of more eyes. I had a bounty of excellent professionals pinch-hitting for me in 2016, and… Read more

Best Articles of 2016: My Picks

Yesterday I shared the Best Articles of 2016 according to my readers. You all have great taste, but today it’s my turn. Below are my picks of the best articles I wrote this past year.   Lets Pump the Brakes Internet: No, Deadlifts Won’t Make Your Spine Explode. And No, Not Everyone Had To Do… Read more

Best Articles of 2016: Reader’s Picks

2016 was another banner year for TonyGentilcore.com. It was the 3rd year in a row the site reached more than 1-million “sessions” and almost 2-million page views. Granted, Google and Facebook do those kind of numbers every minute (if not every second), but it’s still surreal to me that my site was visited more than… Read more

Coming in 2017: COREssentials

I’m excited to announce a new 6-week beginner course coming soon to CORE. I think it’s going to help a lot of people. You see there’s a bit of a conundrum if you’re someone who’s an inexperienced lifter. You have one of two choices: 1. Join your local big box Globo Gym and get lost… Read more

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

I gain a lot of satisfaction training females and I have long championed the approach that, contrary to much of the mainstream, they can (and should) “train like the boys.” You know, in the gym, using barbells and stuff.   In my eights years as a coach at Cressey Sports Performance (and now, at CORE… Read more

40 Years, 40 Random Facts, Insights, and Tidbits of Tomfoolery

I turn 40 today.   On this day back in 1976 Megatron and Optimus Prime collided and the energy from that impact formed into a solid state mass who liked deadlifts, EDM, original 90210 episodes, and would grow into someone with an uncanny ability to never be able to tie a tie correctly. I don’t… Read more