Posts Tagged with "Jonathan Acosta"
Today’s guest post comes courtesy of regular contributor and San Antonio based personal trainer, Jonathan Acosta. The fitness industry is rife with people who use hyperbole, quick fixes, and instant gratification tactics to “woo” other people into their web of deceit and mindfuckery. Whether one’s goal is fat-loss, muscle gain, or to have a pecs… Read more
No diggidy, no doubt. Lets do this. Copyright: urfingus / 123RF Stock Photo STUFF TO CHECK OUT BEFORE THE OTHER STUFF 1. Just Announced Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – Orlando Our Vancouver shindig in April sold out, but Dean and I have recently announced a stop in Orlando, FL later this year, October 21-22nd… Read more
Oh, hello…I’m in Europe being all fancy pants. Luckily, I lined up some excellent guest posts for you while I’m away. Here’s one from San Antonio based trainer, Jonathan Acosta. “Put That Cookie Down!” – Arnold You hear that all the time from nutrition zealots. Shit, the legend himself, Arnold, said it and the interwebs… Read more
SURPRISE. Bonus weekend edition post today from San Antonio based personal trainer, Jonathan Acosta. Jonathan has written a handful of posts on this site, most notably his popular Carbohydrate Rotation Revamped article. Today he discusses what “superpower” is most beneficial for every trainer to be successful. Enjoy! Like any other guy I’m a bit of… Read more
Today’s guest post comes courtesy of San Antonio based personal trainer, Jonathan Acosta. Some of you may remember a previous post Jonathan wrote for this site – Carbohydrate Rotation Revamped – which was big hit. Today he covers gluten. But not in a way that’s going to wave his uppity, yoga class going, Prius driving,… Read more
Note from TG: I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again: Han shot first I don’t post nearly enough nutrition related topics on this site as I should. Truth be told my approach to nutrition is simple, self explanatory, and mirrors that of the Jen Sinkler school of thought. Which is: don’t… Read more