Best Articles of 2017: Guest Posts

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The blogcation continues. Today I’m going to highlight some of the best guest posts from this past year.

Guest posts played a crucial role on the site in 2017. Having a kid, while one of the most rewarding things in my life, was also one of the most time-suckiest things too.

For obvious reasons I just didn’t have as much free-time to write as much as I would have liked.1Thanks to everyone who pinch-wrote for me.

Here’s a few curated selections.

Maybe Less Isn’t More – Kourtney Thomas

I LOVED this post from Kourtney.

Women are programmed to train to be LESS, as if adding muscle is taboo akin to bacon on a Sunday. Well, that’s a bunch of bullshit if you ask me.

How to Train Around a Groin Strain – Sam Spinelli

It’s one of THE most annoying injuries that can happen to an athlete or lifter. In this post physical therapist and strong AF strength coach, Sam Spinelli, sheds some light on how to conquer it.

The Planet Fitness Myth – Shane McLean

There will always be gyms who compete only on price and price alone. However, most people’s health and fitness is worth way more than $10 per month and free tootsie rolls.

No matter how delicious they are.

Healthy Living Is Hard: Accept It – Justin Kompf

It ain’t easy to be “healthy.” It takes effort, dedication, and consistency. However, there are simple tricks you can use to make it easier and more palatable to fit your lifestyle.

Fitness Celebrity vs. Fitness Pro: Part 2: Shots Have Been Fired – Erica Sutter

There’s a stark difference between a fitness celebrity who has an IG account with lots of selfies and someone who’s actually a fitness professional and knows what the heck they’re talking about.

Erica helps shed some light….

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  1. Or watch movies, or tv, or sleep.

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