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The Proven 5-Step War Map For Every Mans Transformation Revealed

As a man, there are a few things we want to check off our list when it comes to transforming our body and achieving maximal results. Remove the Belly. Our old pal has been with us quite a while, too … Continue reading

“The Exact Program Tim Is Doing That Transformed His Body”

Tim is a beast, nobody at the gym debates that and everybody clearly see’s that. But he wasn’t always like that – just like every other jacked dude, he came to us with less muscle and a little more body … Continue reading

Carry Your Way To Results: Implementing Loaded Carries Into Your Program

This is a guest post by Dave Rak. Regardless of what your fitness goals may be, whether it is to rehab from an injury, get stronger, gain muscles mass, improve your fitness, or to be able to carry your grandkids, … Continue reading

3 Powerful Ways To Make the Most Out of Training Alone

This is a guest post by Dave Rak There is no doubt that training with others will make your workouts more enjoyable and also increase performance.  One major factor that separates the best gyms in the country isn’t exercise selection … Continue reading

Shifty Business: The Crossover Start

This is a guest post by Jen Sinkler “The crossover step is important because rarely are sports played in a straight line,” says Tim Moyer, MS, CPT, head volleyball coach at Philadelphia University and longtime strength and conditioning coach across … Continue reading

Men’s Simple Step-by-Step Guide to Creating an Effective Results Based Training Program

Are you ready and committed to get more results with your training program in the next 12-weeks than you have in the last 12-months? If the answer is YES! then continue and answer these questions… Have you been writing your … Continue reading

The Fat Loss Tool Box: Get Lean And Conditioned with Complexes (In Less Than 20 Minutes)

It’s a catchy header isn’t it. Since I like to keep it #TheRealest on the Vigor blog, the headline isn’t a bunch of B.S. And once you go through these bad boys (the complexes I mean) you’ll realize what I’m … Continue reading