Abdominal Training – Q&A November 27, 2015

Riza: Dear Jason, Your program doesn’t seem to offer any exercise for abs. I was wondering what advice you have to improve the core muscles. Best wishes! Jason: Hey, Riza! You’re right…the majority of my programs don’t include a ton of isolated core work. Isolated being the key word there. I ensure that the core of my programs are…

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Training Every Day – Q&A November 20, 2015

Marcus: The bottom line is I absolutely love training and want to train every day. Is this reasonable? If so, do any dietary adjustments need to be made? Jason: My man! I’m pumped to hear that you love training so much…that always makes me happy to hear. In short, you can absolutely train every day. That…

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Improving Mind-Muscle Connection – Q&A November 13 2015

Chris: My mind-muscle connection with chest and hamstrings seriously leaves something to be desired…and it shows. What’s your best tip for improving this? Jason: Ah yes, the mind-muscle connection. Also known as the elusive fox… Improving this connection, as I’m sure you know, will yield progress in leaps and bounds once you get the hang…

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Optimal Time to Stretch – Q&A November 6 2015

Kayla: When is the best time to stretch, if at all? Is it before or after training? Jason: First off I’d like to say that stretching should be approached on a needs basis. Some people should (and need to) stretch on a daily basis, others can get away with a few stretch sessions a week while a…

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Post-Workout Meal – Q&A October 30 2015

Jess: After training, what’s the best meal to eat to build muscle? Jason: The one that nourishes you, fuels recovery and supports your goals. Nourishment – To expand on the above – I’m an advocate of taking in a macro-balanced meal after a hard training session. A decent source of protein, a fistful or two…

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