RECIPE – Tuna Fried Rice

by Henry Gould – Sept 12th, 2019 This recipe might sound like something you made in college when there was quite literally 2 items left in the cupboard. But never fear! This is a delicious meal you can make week in, week out. Do you like healthy lunch / dinner ideas you can make in ~30 minutes? Do you like … Read More

RECIPE – Greek Frittata (Regular & “Sous Vide Bite” Style)

by Henry Gould – July 9th, 2019 Credit where credit is due: those Starbucks sous vide egg bites are a welcome addition to the realm of “quick eats available most places”. Especially in airports where you don’t always want a $19 sandwich, the bites are high in protein, low in carbs, and still taste pretty good. And since you can’t … Read More

The Myths Of Weightlifting: PART 5 w/ Sam Shaw

by Yard Athletics – June 21st, 2019 Bad news! We got word through the grapevine that more of those pesky weightlifting myths were piling up in our absence… unacceptable!! There’s nothing worse than bad information, especially when it comes to health and fitness. We at Yard Athletics are very confident in the formula we use (fundamental movement patterns, done correctly … Read More

What is “Resistant Starch”?

By Henry Gould – June 11th, 2019 The last few years have seen a huge uptick in a number of health and wellness trends, including stuff like ketogenic diets, fermented foods, intermittent fasting and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). Some we’ve covered on this blog before; others like intermittent fasting seem worthy of a longer discussion in the future. One … Read More

INTERVIEW: Yard Athletics X Blonyx

By Yard Athletics – June 7th, 2019 For the last several months, Yard Athletics founder Ilan Cumberbirch has been teamed up with Blonyx nutritional supplements as a brand ambassador, helping to get the word out on their great line of products specialized for the #YardHard athlete out there. Today we have the pleasure of chatting with John Abreu, director of … Read More

20 Questions w/ Kelly Lamb & Phil Cabrita, AKA DJ Flipout

By Yard Athletics – April 26th, 2019 We are BACK with a very special 20 Questions this week! In our humble opinion this series has only been getting better and better, and it’s all due to our #YardHard community and their involvement. Want to get featured?? Drop us a line! [email protected] Today we have the special pleasure of introducing Kelly … Read More

Sleep: The Secret Weapon Of A Healthy Lifestyle

By Henry Gould – April 19th, 2019 As we approach the Easter Long Weekend, I’m sure many of you are counting on sleeping in a few extra mornings. Turns out that extra time on the pillow is very, very important for our overall health, both in terms of short-term gains (rest and recovery) as well long term general health. A … Read More

20 Questions w/ Anna Farrant & Jordan Bowers of All-City Athletics

20 QUESTIONS W/ ANNA FARRANT & JORDAN BOWERS OF ALL-CITY ATHLETICS

By Yard Athletics – April 5th, 2019 Oh baby, do we have a special edition of 20 Questions for you today. Obviously we are #YardHard faithful at heart, but that doesn’t mean we don’t put the weights down every once in a while and get a sweat somewhere else. All-City Athletics is a perfect example of that “somewhere else”. Introducing … Read More

20 Questions w/ Brody Toigo: #YardHard Faithful

20 Questions with Brody Toigo #YARDHARD Faithful

By Yard Athletics – March 22, 2019 “Guess who’s back… back again… 20 Questions is back… Brody’s our friend…” K that was lame. Promise to never “type-rap” Eminem on another blog again… 20 Questions! You know it! You love it! You crave it! You wait patiently by your phone for the email notification saying another thoroughbred #YardHard athlete is coming … Read More

Strength = Lower Risk Of Diabetes; Paleo Diet & Eating Rabbit

By Henry Gould – March 12th, 2019 Greetings #YardHard family! It feels like forever ago that we did a “general interest” style post on the blog (what with all the amazing recipes, 20 Questions, and Ilan’s “Myths of Weightlifting” series) so figured it was time to get back into it. “Diabetes Study Ties Lower Risk To Just A Moderate Amount … Read More