Bryan Dermody
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Jared Enderton
CrossFit/NPGL Athlete
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Tate Fisher
CrossFit Athlete
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Carissa Johnson
WBFF Pro/Fitness Model
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Danyelle Mastarone
NPC Figure Competitor
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Tim Nassen
Master's Bodybuilder
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Erin Stern
IFBB Figure Pro
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Eric Todd
Strength Athlete
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Nick Weite
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June 14, 2017

It has a spell since my last blog, so I thought I would take a moment to get you all caught up with what I have been up to.  Training has been going well for the most part.  My upper body has been progressing well, my front and back squats... Read More

May 31, 2017

One of my favorite ways to lean down is to add sprints into my training routine. Sprints don’t have to be done at the track; you can use any piece of equipment or exercise that allows you to go “all out”. To begin, warm up for about 10 minutes by... Read More

May 22, 2017

If you are new to the gym or fitness in general, read on for some tips to help you get started! Don’t know where to start? Are you gymtimidated? Everyone starts somewhere. Your fitness idol had their first day in the gym. The pro athlete starring in TV commercials started with little... Read More

May 16, 2017

When your competition spray tan begins to fade and turn to a very splotchy, unattractive burnt orange, you know it's time to look back and recap your competition journey. My most recent competition prep was unlike any other I've done. With a 9 month old, things are a bit chaotic and yes,... Read More

May 15, 2017

A question I am often asked or a comment I hear from time to time in the gym is, “Why do you compete?”.  It is a question I’ve been asked by my wife, my parents, my friends, and by complete strangers.  Many times the answer comes without much thought behind... Read More

May 2, 2017

When you think about getting lean, what kind of workouts come to mind? Many people conjure up images of logging in hours of cardio, or lifting lighter weight with higher reps. In this series Get Shredded for Summer, we will look at more exciting ways to get lean and how... Read More

April 11, 2017

The annual Arnold Sports Festival is one of my favorite events to attend. For the last seven years I’ve looked forward to this event with great anticipation, and this year was no different. One of the many reasons I look forward to the Arnold is the IPF Pro Deadlift competition.... Read More

March 31, 2017

Since 2008, my first meet of the year has always been at the Arnold Classic.  This year was my seventh time competing, yet it was a bit different as I decided to compete in two separate events, the Slingshot Pro Deadlift and the Rogue Grand Prix, both put on by... Read More

March 29, 2017

If you’re trying to build shoulders, consider incorporating one low-rep heavy weight shoulder day, and one high-rep light day. Shoulders are a combination of fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers, which require a variety of movements to stimulate growth. I hit a plateau in training, and only broke through... Read More

March 7, 2017

Q: First off, congratulations on your new position as Strength & Conditioning Coach for the USA Spring Cycling Team!  Let’s hear a little more about the opportunity and what you’ll be doing? Jared: It’s a very humbling opportunity for me. It’s been going really well & the athletes are making... Read More

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