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Ben Novak

OL Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Ben Novak
You getting stronger should be of the utmost importance and if you can make this your main objective, especially in the beginning along with your diet being in check, you will be well on your way to fine tune things down the road. In other words, stop looking for the magic bullet and focus on improving your overall strength first.Read More

Justin Anderson

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Justin Anderson
The last five years or so have been an absolute explosion of virtual interconnectivity, thanks to the invention of social media. Never in history have people been able to interact globally in the size and speed at which they can through the various social media networks. It seems that everything we do nowadays is in some way connected or influenced by Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Fitness is no exception to this new paradigm. But, is this a positive or a negative? As an avid user of social media, primarily for fitness related reasons, I believe the answer is that social media can have a positive or negative impact on one’s fitness; depending on how it is used.Read More

Brad Jarrett

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
If you have not yet noticed, the similarities between fitness and life are infinite. Lessons learned in life can be taken to the gym and applied to boost physical fitness. In the same way, lessons learned in fitness can be taken and applied in life to breed strength, consistency, and faith. If uncovered, this connection can activate life in ways beyond your wildest dreams. You must see the potential of it! Using lessons learned in the gym, to better your life. That’s POWERFUL. That’s TRUE fitness.Read More

Ben Novak

OL Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Ben Novak
Let’s all face it, for many of us when we break our routine our healthy habits are usually one of the first things to go out the window. It doesn't matter if we are traveling for business or pleasure, it’s often easier to make an excuse of why it won’t work for us to get in a quick workout or eat healthy than it is to simply get some work done. Let’s explore a few simple workouts that you can do in your hotel room anywhere in the world. Remember, a small workout can be the link to get you through when you run short on time and well as keep you progressing towards your goals.Read More

Jeremy Scott

OL Healthy Living Coach

Jeremy Scott
Your backside is the driving force behind the athlete in you, literally. I would argue that your posterior chain is the biggest influence on your ability to move your body through space. Meaning, your backside is the prime mover, pushing you forward through life when you walk, jog, skip, shuffle, and sprint. That alone should be a good enough reason to train your backside, and train it often. To break it down into simple stupid terms, when I say posterior chain I am talking about your calves, hamstrings, glutes, and back.Read More

Ben Novak

OL Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Ben Novak
I have to be honest with you; I have a love-hate relationship with running. I’ve argued against it for years and still see valid points on why people should not run as much as they do. The beating your body takes when you put tons of miles on it goes without question. On the other hand, there are lots of benefits to running - not only physically but mentally. Several months ago I decided that I really wanted to focus on leaning out and wanted to add a challenge rather than being a hamster at the gym climbing the stairs to nowhere, walking to the sounds of opera, or last being a champion of the elliptical.Read More

Monica Millage

OL Fitness & Nutrition Specialist

Monica Millage
When shopping for workout shoes, are you basing your choice on color or function? Many of us, me included, will make the choice based on what we find visually appealing without even thinking twice about what we plan to do in them. If you find that you have nagging injuries after your workouts but are doing everything as prescribed with good form, then maybe it is time to take a look at your shoes. It is important to understand that shoes serve a function; they protect and provide a solid foundation for our bodies as we move through space. If we do not have a solid foundation, then we are putting ourselves at risk for unnecessary injury.Read More

Ben Novak

OL Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Ben Novak
Something that is near and dear to my heart is the problem we have facing our country, and for that matter, the entire world. Childhood obesity is sweeping the nation and robbing our children of healthy, fulfilled lives. Let’s look at some of the stats from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the growing problem of childhood obesity.Read More

Brad Jarrett

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Brad Jarrett
If you think the treadmill burns calories, try running around with kids for an hour. If you think curls build big arms, give gardening a shot. These activities are sure to make you more “fit” than any exercise. You’ll be forced to move through all different planes and movement patterns with varying amounts of speed which will guarantee a better workout than your current gym routine. The most important aspect of service comes after your work is finished. Remember, as a gym workout ends, its purpose ends; but as a workout full of service ends, its purpose just begins.Read More

Ben Novak

OL Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Ben Novak
Strength should be a priority no matter what your goals are, this goes for young or old. Strength is relative depending on where you are at in your own personal journey. Being able to move efficient and effectively is an important component to being able strong. Having a mobility routine to help you move better is crucial in helping you maintain your highest level of performance. Everyone is different when it comes to the amount of time that needs to be dedicated to your mobility routine and this can change on a weekly basis depending on how your body is reacting to the stimulus you are putting on it.Read More
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