Don't Waste Your Time With Misinformation!


Tired of all the bullshit?

If there's one thing that irritates me the most about the fitness industry, it's how much absolutely bad information there is out there.

Most fitness advice you've probably heard is just an attempt to sell you some new magic powder, secret pill, or revolutionary training technique.

Worse, there's almost no chance that you'll find accurate information if you just go searching for it.

I know, because I've been through all of it.

I've tried every diet, every exercise program, every supplement. I've been training for over ten years, and worked as a professional coach and trainer for six. During that time, I've seen every fitness industry trick in the book, and done the research to bust all of them. I've made all the mistakes so you don't have to.

My passion has always been strength, and my specialty is in making you so strong that you can outlift everyone else in your gym. As an online coach, I've worked with hundreds clients in over fifteen different countries. I've helped numerous people get stronger than they could have ever imagined, even when they thought they had reached their genetic limits.

As a competitor, I've walked the walk and talked the talk, competing as a powerlifter in the 90kg division with best lifts of 405/325/550. If you're not a powerlifter - that just means I'm pretty dang strong. I've been lifting since 2006, blogging since 2013, and coaching and training people both online and in-person since 2012.

I've been interviewed for Digg, where they said that I'm "impressively large," among many other nice things.

I've interned for Westside Barbell ("The Strongest Gym In The World") and worked for Stronger By Science, the premier site for science-based strength training information, since 2015.

I've been published in numerous fitness sites including:

But that's not all I write about.

What I'm passionate about is self-improvement, and that means in all aspects: productivity, business, language learning, intelligence, philosophy, and more.

Gains is about being your best self, whatever that means to you.

It's not about what you lose - it's about what you gain.