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Intermittent Fasting Success Story: Adam Weisfeld

  Intermittent fasting- what is it and how does it work? I did an article previously that covered intermittent fasting in great detail and included some great success stories. To quickly reiterate, intermittent fasting is a pattern of eating where you schedule your meals in such a way that you are getting the most of out them possible. It is …

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The Power of Juicing

Juicing seems to be a trend that’s on every bodies lips recently, both literally and figuratively. It has presented itself as a fast and easy way to get a healthy injection of sustenance while on the go. Trendy, nutrition, delicious and available in a variety of flavours. But outside of taste and trend, what’s the deal with juicing and how …

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How to Perform Bodyweight Squats

Bodyweight squats are a staple for a lot of workout routines. They allow you to get your form down pat before you add on more weight or an effective workout on their own.  Adam Steer, a.k.a “The Bodyweight Coach”, is here to go though some crucial cues that are going to help ensure that you are performing your bodyweight squat …

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Classic Pot Roast with Vegetables

  The post roast- a classic, feel good food! Whether you are hosting a get together or just having a quiet family dinner, the pot roast makes a great meal. Ori Hofmekler, founder of Defense Nutrition, shares his recipe for a guilt free, flavourful pot roast. Ingredients 1 Chunk roast, tied (5-6lb) 8 Carrots, halved lengthwise then crosswise 1 Celery …

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How Exercise Saved My Life, Not Once, but Twice

Growing up, I always wanted to find myself in a career to help people. In my young age, I thought working for the medical industry was a way to help others but as I got older, I learned, healing comes from the inside out. I have this innate desire to make people feel good or have a better life and …

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Over Pulling on Pull-ups and Pulldowns

Pull-ups and pulldowns are great exercises for really building those lats and your back. Just like any other movement, however, when done inproperly it can lead to injury and lack of results. Dr. Joel Seedman goes over one of the mot common mistakes when it comes to pull-ups and pulldowns- overpulling.   Like any movement, there is an ideal range of …

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How To Perform The Front Squat

  The front squats are one of the best exercixes for building those quads! The front squats differ from the back squats because you are actually putting the bar in front of your body (the anterior part of your body), supporting it with the clavicle portion. This is considered a more advanced movement, so the BUFF DUDES are going to …

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California Avocado Toast – 4 Ways

Avocados have exploded on the scene lately. From avocado lattes (yes, they are a thing) to avocado restaurants, it is hard to not encounter them. A popular and delicious avocado recipe that has become all the rage lately is avocado toast. There are so many different ways to create avocado toast, and with all the nutrients and healthy fats stored …

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The Mysterious 8-Ball

You may have seen a small icon posted to a man’s social media profile. It seems innocuous but slightly odd. It’s just a small 8-Ball. No other information is offered. No accompanying explanation. Then like wildfire it will spread to other men he is friends with, no one offering a reason why. Behind the scenes, this network of men will be …

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Health vs Fitness

There is a major problem in our society when it comes to our overall health and that problem is continuing to get worse. There is a rise in diseases related to lifestyle and rise in the loss of life attributed to completely preventable disease. The problem stems from the way we get, retain and prioritize information. That information is coming …