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The Truth about Eating Right

Here’s the honest-to-goodness truth about eating right: It SHOULDN’T be that hard. I get IFAST and online clients alike who ask me, “What should I be eating?”  “What shouldn’t I be eating?” “Is there a basic diet that you follow?” And to some extent, I can see where they’re coming from.  With so many fad […]

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The Justin Ware Project 2.0

Many of you may remember a post a year or two ago about my good friend Justin.  We’ve known each other for many years, and came up powerlifting together while at Ball State University. After many years of powerlifting and bodybuilding training, when Justin and I started training together about a year ago, the guy […]

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Intensity vs. Intelligence

Several of us from IFAST went out to dinner last night, and we were discussing the difference between “intense” training and “intelligent” training. Before we begin, I’m not trying to suggest the two are mutually exclusive.  In fact, the best programs seamlessly meld the two.  However, quite often you’ll see programs that lean too hard […]

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March 30th, 2009

Robertson Training Systems Newsletter 5.06 In This Issue: – Robertson Training Systems Updates – Coaching 101 Robertson Training Systems Updates IFAST Physique Transformation Challenge! Bill and I have a very cool contest coming up here at IFAST, and I wanted everyone on the newsletter to know about it. IFAST Physique Transformation Challenge If you’re interested, […]

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A great weekend in the books

It was a great weekend here in Indy. We had the privilege of having Tony Gentilcore come into town, who is probably one of the best trainers in the Boston area.  As well, Chase Karnes was someone who I had talked to from time to time online, and he came into town as well.  As […]

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Congrats to Alex Sprague

While I don’t like to brag about our clientele all that often, I wanted to give a shout-out to Alex Sprague, a US Olympic bobsled hopeful.  I’ve been working with Alex for a little over a year now, and he’s doing quite well for himself on the international circuit. Here’s a brief article on Alex […]

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What I learned at this weekend’s KB seminar

This past weekend we hosted a KB seminar at I-FAST, with Master RKC instructor Brett Jones being the guest of honor.  We had about 17 attendees, and I’m pretty certain I can say that everyone learned a ton. I’m the first to admit I don’t know all that much about KB training.  Sure, movement is […]

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Two great tests you should be using…

In a recent interview with Leigh Peele, she asked me what tests we use in our assessments at I-FAST.  Obviously, we use quite a few – but if you only had two tests, what would they be? That’s a tough question to answer, but the two tests I came up with are the overhead squat […]

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