Reviews

Jimmy Pena's book is the perfect solution for religious believers who want to integrate faith and fitness.
In this DVD, Joel Jamieson explains some of the most common mistakes trainers make and proven techniques to help athletes train better.
If you've dreamed about protein powder and coffee concoctions, you have to try JavaPro.
Athletic Greens has a well-rounded ingredients list that might fill some of the gaps in your diet.
These shorts offer the benefits of compression as well as kinetic support.
The CrossRope is definitely one of the best jump ropes I’ve tried, and I recommend it to anyone.
I recommend Ben Greenfield's new book to anyone who is even halfway serious in any physical activity, from endurance training to CrossFit.
Looking for an easy way to integrate all your fitness data? There's an app for that!
For the majority of people trying to get good fats and protein into their diet, this is a high-quality product that tastes excellent.
I decided to treat myself and buy this gi for my birthday, and believe me, it really is a treat.
Kevin Cook breaks down the game of golf from many angles, from history, to technology, to family relationships.
Nootropics have always been interesting to me, but not every formula I’ve tried is as strong as Koios.
A waterproof iPod? Underwater Audio has come up with a cure for lap swimming boredom.
I am frequently asked which gi I would recommend, so here are my top five picks, plus one honorable mention.
If you like protein bars for their convenience and flavor, do yourself a favor and get a box of these bars.
Kitestring lets the right people know via text if you haven’t checked in after a run, walk, or other outing.
Eminence Kimonos has some of the most creative gi designs in the BJJ world, and this one is one of my favorites.