Everyone is in search of “the best diet”. Here’s a secret: it doesn’t exist. Not keto, not vegan, not carnivore, not low-carb, not low-fat. The best diet is the one that allows you to control your calories, gives you a good relationship with food, and is sustainable over the long term. If you’re trying to find that kind of diet, this post will help.[Read more…] about The Best Diet Doesn’t Exist: How to Eat for the Body You Want
Lt. Michael Murphy, Matthew Axelson, and Danny Dietz were Navy SEALS who lost their lives on a mountain in Afghanistan during Operation Red Wings in 2005. Only one man left that mountain alive, Marcus Luttrell, known as the Lone Survivor. Luttrell survived in part due to the efforts of Michael Murphy, who sacrificed his life to get a phone signal so that the team’s location could be determined by their military support group. Check out this post for the full story.[Read more…] about The Murph: A Workout to Honor Our Fallen Heroes
Everyone says they need to “get in shape” or that they need to “work out”, but most have no idea what that even means or what they should do. As I explained in this post, a man’s primary training goal, at least at the beginning, should be to get strong. Strength is one of the masculine virtues and lays a foundation for being able to carry out your role as a man. My video below will help you begin your journey.[Read more…] about Video: Training to Get Strong – Deadlifts
In 1962, as the Vietnam War raged on, President John F. Kennedy officially created a new group of military special operators who could perform unconventional war operations in the waters that flowed through Vietnam. This group was to be the naval counterpart to the Army’s Green Berets. They were named the Navy SEALs, a name borne out of their ability to conduct SEa, Air, and Land operations.
Since that time, there are few groups of people in the world more admired, respected, or esteemed than the SEALs. In my estimation, there’s likely no group in the world that deserves it more. At a time when we idolize musicians, athletes, and celebrities well beyond the level of value that they contribute to society, it’s refreshing to know that almost everyone recognizes that SEALs are badasses. While SEALs probably get the lion’s share of attention and recognition, the other special operations teams (Army Rangers, Delta Force, Green Berets, etc.) are equally worthy of our respect. [Read more…] about Lessons from the SEALs: Doing the Impossible
On January 1, 2018, I’m releasing a new eBook, The Man Strong Blueprint: A Beginner’s Guide to the Body You Need, that gives men everything they need to create the body capable of living the man’s life. A body that’s strong, lean, mobile, and muscular. To give you a sense of what you’re getting, here’s a sneak peek at Part One of the book:
Here’s the secret about the fitness world: Most things “work” as long as you match the tool (the training program) with the proper goal. My experience with various training regimens has shown me that there are many different ways to skin a cat and many programs that can be implemented to fit your goals, equipment, and time constraints. So before we get started with what to do, we have to figure out our goals. The thing to remember with all training programs and nutritional regimens is that they are merely tools, and the quality of a tool is judged by its effectiveness at achieving its goal. So before we can pick our tools, we have to pick our goals. [Read more…] about The Man Strong Blueprint: An Excerpt