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Eat Right For Your Body Type
Joe Klemczewski, PhDPart I: Genetics, Genotyping, and Gene SimmonsNinety-eight percent. That’s the percentage of people in the U.S. who regain all of their weight back aftera diet. Forty billion dollars of weight-loss effort cascades throug
Lean, Healthy and Happy - Right Now!
I watched a fitness industry leader rant online this month that “flexible dieting” has been hijacked, corrupted and is no longer recognizable. Between expletives, he raged that Dr. Joe Klemczewski — hey, that’s me! — brought simple math to
Video: Prepare to Press with the Kettlebell Halo
Luke Propst, MS, CSCS, The Diet Doc Training Director, demonstrates the kettlebell halo for warming up the shoulders in preparation for pressing exercises.
Shoulder Warm-Up Drill: Teacup Rotations
Luke Propst, MS, The Diet Doc Training Director, demonstrates how to move smoothly through the spiral pattern of a teacup rotation to wake up the stabilizers of the shoulder and prepare them for enhanced control during pressing movements.
Health Hacks: Ways to Wander Without Wandering from Your Goals
Can you stay on track with your diet if you travel all the time? Many ‘no-can-do’s’ exist for the traveler staying healthy, but are they really true? There are ways to wander, without wandering from your goals!
The Suitcase Deadlift: A Strong Core Makes a Strong Athlete
Luke Propst, MS demonstrates the suitcase deadlift for targeting core stability.
Mission: Build a Booty
Luke Propst, The Diet Doc Training Director, in San Diego, demonstrates the most effective method of setting the feet for maximal targeting of the glutes for the hip thrust exercise.
Deadlift Frequency for Technique Refinement
Perfection demands practice. If you want to deadlift like the masters, deadlift more! Here's how, without overtraining.
Leg Day Mobility & Warm Up
Struggle with hip tightness? Luke Propst, MS demonstrates a warm-up and mobility primer to use before your lower body workouts!
(Video) Training Tip: How & Why to use a 1.5 Rep Scheme
Looking for a training method to spur muscle growth or push through a plateau? In this video, Luke Propst, MS, The Diet Doc Training Director, demonstrates the 1.5 Rep Scheme technique to propel your progress!
Designer Deadlifts: Correcting for Hip Height
Setting your hips at the correct height for optimal benefit from the deadlift can be a little tricky. Luke Propst, MS demonstrates how to correct your hip position in this video.
Front Squat: 3 Options for Securing the Bar
Is low wrist flexibility limiting your front squat hold? Luke Propst, MS, The Diet Doc Training Director, demonstrates 3 other options!