Today’s blog is probably long overdue, it just took a question from one of our clients that triggered me to get it out to you guys. I was talking with a client this morning who mentioned to me that she really likes following our blogs, she asked if I had any idea where she could get more information like the stuff we put out. Of course! Just as our clients are always learning new things, we’re striving to do the same! With this in mind I put together a short list of blogs I myself (and many AFS staff) follow for inspiriation, education, and even a little entertainment. Check them out!
I know what you’re thinking, but no, this guy did not work as an extra on Grey’s Anatomy. He’s actually a really practical, intelligent, and inspiring influencer in the world of nutrition and preventative medicine. He has a social media following of over 500,000 which is 499,950 more than I have. Check out his bio if you’re curious!
Follow him for:
- Preventative/Lifestyle Medicine
- My favorite Blog 😉
Bret Contreras, or as he’s more commonly known: “The Glute Guy,” is a great resource for info on exercise technique, biomechanics, and strength and conditioning. As you can see in the photo, he’s really serious about maximal glute activation..He even invented his own piece of equipment that aids with the hip thrust movement you see above. For great info on how to build a butt and so much more, he’s the guy.
Follow him for:
- Tweaks to technique
- Program Design
Stephan is constantly involved in ongoing conversations about the great carbohydrate debate. Low Carb? No Carb? High Carb? He’ll probably be the one to definitively answer that question one day.
Follow Him For:
- Nutrition and Obesity Research
- Information on the carbohydrate debate
- More technical aspects of nutrition
Founded by John Berardi (who actually taught at Eastern Michigan University). This is an online coaching and certification company based out of Canada. They do an excellent job taking highly technical research and turning it into digestable content for their clients to consume and follow. Side note, they have the best infographics I’ve ever seen.
Follow Them For:
- Habit Change and Nutrition
- Very similar philosophy to AFS and our nutritional guidance approach
- They offer a great podcast!