Archive for November, 2009

ALPHA MALE CHALLENGE reviewed in IRON MAN magazine!

Columnist and fitness expert Eric Broser reviews Alpha Male Challenge on page 191 of the January 2010 issue of IRON MAN magazine.  He writes that the book provides men of any age “with a step-by-step blueprint for restoring our testosterone-filled glory days. … It’s truly a book that no man over 30 years of age should be without.”

Alpha Male Challenge review in Iron Man


Youtube Interview with Rick Collins

Check out Rick’s comments about Alpha Male Challenge, videotaped at the 2009 Olympia Expo, in an interview with fitness expert Eric Broser.


Shari Fitness Interview with Rick Collins

Fit Talk with host ShariFitness is a Fitness Talk show that airs Wednesday evenings, 8:00 p.m. EST.  Shari interviews the top experts in the industry about general fitness, exercise, supplements, nutrition, that the average person has questions about and wants to know about to reach their overall health, fitness and wellness goals.

Shari’s two-hour interview with Rick Collins, Alpha Male Challenge co-author, covered all aspects of the diet, exercise and attitude components of the book’s 10-week plan. Check it out!

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Got Man-Boobs?

By Marie Spano, MS, RD, CSCS

Marie Spano, MS, RD/LD, FISSN, CSCS is one of the leading sports nutrition and nutrition communications experts in North America.  Currently serving as Vice President of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, she has helped elite, professional and amateur athletes go beyond their personal best and achieve maximum performance in their respective sport.

The feminization trend among American men may have an environmental basis. If you find yourself feeling weepy and needing a training bra, it could be because of man-made chemicals that are absorbed into the body and mimic or block certain hormones, thereby potentially disrupting our body’s normal hormones. Endocrine disrupters are present in shampoos, sunscreens, and various plastics. They can lower your manly testosterone and bump up your girly estrogens. A group of compounds called phthalates may be one of the chief culprits. Here’s a chart of the nasty stuff and what it can do to you:

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