Are you Screwing Up your Warm Up?

The warm up. Simple, right? Well, yeah, it actually is… With that said, there are some common misconceptions about what a warm up should look like. I’ve been the guy flopping around on a foam roller, and spending far too much time stretching and doing mobility work pre-work out. I’ve also been the guy that has…

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Why you should love; Coffee – The black gold

I’m not talking about caffeine… Caffeine is all good but I’m specifically talking about “The black gold”, “Morning Jolt”, “Brain Juice”, “C8H10N4O2″…(wait, this is caffeine…so forget about that) … If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m of course talking about COFFEE! It is the second most consumed non-water beverage worldwide. Only tea is consumed more. Coffee…

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Bookmark this: The Mini Cut Manual

What’s a mini cut? How long should a mini cut be? How should I train in a mini cut? What should my macros be during a mini cut? The above are just some of the questions I will be addressing, in what will be the most comprehensive ‘manual‘ to mini cutting you will ever find…

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014: Revive to Stage – I need a break!

Hey guys welcome to another episode of Revive to Stage. Follow the journey of two natural bodybuilders as they make their way to stage, each week either Steve or Pascal will be interviewed going over their past two weeks. From their struggles, to their success, from their weight change to their training and also discussing…

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5 Reasons Cardio Is OVERRATED

When people think of fat loss, then automatically think cardio. Crank up the cardio right? Not so fast my friend. Cardio may not be this magic little fat burning machine that you think it is, and this article is going to go over exactly that. Ryan Solomon (our wonderful admin in our free facebook group) is going…

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Become a true master: Autoregulation

People have been using autoregulation for ages: In their training. Nutrition and recovery To strategically periodize the intensity & volume throughout a macrocycle to consciously overreach or allow for additional rest. Most of you are probably familiar with some form of autoregulation but as a strength athlete, it will most likely be… RPE – Rate of…

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Why I Love: The Leg Press

The leg press gets a lot of flack. “Leg press? You mean pussy press?” “Want your legs to grow? Try squatting instead” “Oh you hit a leg press PR, how cute” You catch my drift, a lot of people seem to hate on this machine, but I am here to tell you they shouldn’t. Now…

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How to Trust the Process

The phrase “trust the process” is often thrown around in our realm. What does it really mean to trust the process? What does it actually look like? Ryan Solomon one of the interns at Revive Stronger is going to take you through how you can trust the process & why it’s important. He will also…

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The Calorie Deficit Sweet Spot

You’re setting your calorie deficit all wrong. This could be leading to: Unnecessary muscle loss Provoked binges Very slow fat loss And probably many other things but regardless, your calorie deficit, depending how you set it up, could be inappropriate. Often I find people either use a % deficit or they select an arbitrary amount…

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10 ways to get better sleep, today

Sleep deprivation is becoming an epidemic in modern society. Over the past 8 weeks mine has been a mess. I’m not joking, I got up every single night of those 8 weeks. I didn’t have any problems with falling asleep, however, staying asleep was a whole different topic. When I woke up in the middle…

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