Your core has two fundamental functions: 1. Keeping your spine safe 2. Helping you perform athletically by efficiently transferring force from Point A to Point B But until you understand how to train your core effectively, you won’t be able to optimize either. Here’s a quick primer on how we categorize core training at Bang:...Read More
For many people, exercise is intended to feel one of two ways: Unbelievably hard (#beastmode) As minimally uncomfortable as possible (e.g. reading on the treadmill) This article isn’t about which one is good, which one is bad. They’re both terrible, obviously. Exercise is the worst. This is really a perspective on exercise through the lens...Read More
The fitness industry didn’t used to be like this. You used to get a restrictive meal plan or insane workout protocol. And then if you didn’t do it, it was all your fault. But somewhere around the time that fitness professionals began to take more responsibility for their clients’ outcomes, change was brewing. Behavioural change...Read More
Nerds are our most precious natural resource. If you’re a nerd, let’s talk about how to keep you healthy and writing code/researching/crunching data/doing stuff normal people don’t understand for as long as possible. Don’t let this guy stand in your way Understand the Strengths and Weaknesses of Research The continuum ranges from bro science to meta-analysis,...Read More
The term dad strength recognizes a superpower that all fathers seem to possess. Almost every guy I’ve spoken to knows the term (or perhaps refers to it as old-man strength). Far fewer women, however, seem acquainted with it. So, for those who don’t know, this is an introduction. For those who do, this is a...Read More
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right.