We pride ourselves on our integrity and honesty when it comes to exercise and getting results.
Our sincerity is absolute and as a result we tend to despise the way much the fitness industry conducts itself.
Models selling supplements they have never used to attain their looks (their parents, ie their genetics, are actually to be credited!) "Celebrities" or "actors" (appropriately named) promoting non productive and often dangerous exercise regimes they have probably also never used, but their looks/physique enable these charlatans to pass off such routines/diets or equipment as credible and worthwhile engaging.
Thankfully there are other people committed to honesty and integrity when it comes to health and fitness.
Listed below are some websites of interest; they provide reliable and trustworthy information.
If you have time they are all well worth a look.
Sites we like
One of the best websites available which provides a logical, unbiased, uncompromised assessment of several well publicised fitness regimes.
An excellent source of information about proper weight training, which has an interesting discussion board. I have found it to be an excellent source of information. Dr. Ellington Darden is one of the most respected and well known resources on proper resistance training.
An excellent site, full of concise information, and a no nonsense approach to proper training.
Education and training programs, and valuable resource providing in depth information on resistance training.
Ken Hutchins site, the inventor of Superslow training. A particularly interesting site for those interested in Superslow, and those who simply want to learn more about the Superslow protocol.
One of the pioneers of HIT training, of great value to those eager to learn more about bodybuilding.
Quackwatch is now an international network of people who are concerned about health-related frauds, myths, fads, fallacies, and misconduct. Its primary focus is onquackery-related information that is difficult or impossible to get elsewhere. Founded by Dr. Stephen Barrettin 1969, in 1997 it assumed its current name and began developing a worldwide network of volunteers and expert advisors.
Dr Doug McGuff's site, co-author of "Body by Science". this is an excellent website which provides another perspective on proper training.
Also an interesting site, with a clinical approach to fitness, well worth a visit.
Like minded approach to training, well worth a look!