Frankly, in my efforts to be the single best source for you to find the most cutting-edge fitness advice, I currently produce: -two free podcasts a week (one Q&A and one interview)… -an enormous protected Premium vault of bonus content… -a pretty dang robust YouTube video channel… -entertaining and educational Instagram photos… -weekly “mini-blog” posts on Google+… -daily Twitter health research highlights… -and lots of fitness, nutrition and biohacking tips on Facebook…
…so this doesn’t leave a huge amount of time left for me to write BenGreenfieldFitness articles, unless I want to trade in my trail-running shoes to be a fat keyboard slob, or turn myself into a smart-drug and energy-drink chugging freak of nature who stays up until 1am hunched over a laptop.
On the other hand, my alter-ego the Get-Fit Guy (pictured above) spends plenty of time in his stretchy red pants and black tanktop churning out the latest and greatest fitness tips via one easy-to-read weekly article, one weekly 5-10 minute podcast and one weekly e-mail newsletter jam-packed with cutting-edge fitness advice.
And since we’re right around the corner from the 200th episode of the Get-Fit Guy (which will be about whether you’ll live longer if you just quit exercising so much), I figured I’d give you a quick list of the 10 most popular Get-Fit Guy episodes from the past year, so that you can see the flavor of what you may have been missing all this time. If you begin delving into these weekly Get-Fit Guy articles and newsletters, and combine them with the podcasts and other resources I listed above, you really won’t need any other sources to get a better body, build muscle or burn fat – I do all the hard work and pour through all the research for you, then bring you the nitty-gritty, practical stuff you can apply right away.
So without further ado, straight from the Get-Fit Guy website at QuickAndDirtyTips.com, here are the ten best, most popular fitness articles of the past year – a really good place to start if you want to stay on the pointy edge of fitness.