Jamie Hale - MaxCondition

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Everyone has fitness or nutrition advice to offer these days—websites, television, newspapers, your best friend, college professors, barbers, mechanics, personal trainers, dietitians, and so on. The shouting matches continue between low carbohydrate and high carbohydrate fanatics. Advocates of high reps or low reps swear by their methods. I could go on forever citing similar examples of fitness industry conflict. All of that conflicting information makes it difficult for people to figure out what’s right or wrong.


This website provides information that will help readers be better-informed consumers. Being better informed often leads to better choices. Some will be surprised to learn that what they’ve believed about nutrition and exercise all of these years is wrong. A statement isn’t necessarily correct just because your fitness coach, college professor, or favorite magazine said it was.