Old school training ethics.
New school science.
“You can’t out science hard work but you can gain a significant competitive advantage by taking a more scientific approach to working hard. This is what elite athletes and coaches understand: that world-class performance is a beautiful blend of old-school training ethics and new-school science.”– Rob Sulaver, MS, CSCS
Running & Race Prep
“I picked Rob to be on the Board of Advisors for Schwarzenegger.com because he’s one of the smartest and best in the business. He’s exactly the kind of person I was looking for when I started my site – driven, intelligent, and yes, badass.”– Arnold Schwarzenegger
Rob recently received his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength and Conditioning Association), and a Certified Sport Nutritionist (International Society of Sports Nutrition).
- Advisory Board for Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Co-Founder – Rumble Boxing
- Trainer on the ABC show My Diet Is Better Than Yours (Premiered Jan. 2016)
- Nike Trainer
- Top 20 Fitness Experts Worth Following – Huffington Post
- Top 50 Hottest Trainers in America – Shape Magazine
- Top 100 Most Influential People in Health & Fitness – Greatist
- Most Inspirational Fitness Accounts – BuzzFeed
“I think of Rob as the elite Delta Force of trainers. Highly skilled for any and all physical situations (including training feeble editor types) but smarter, cooler, and nimbler than your average gym warrior. He manages the rare trick of having enviable physical knowledge and expertise and being fiercely intelligent about the body, health, fitness, and nutrition.
He’s also intuitive, articulate, and incredibly positive, all of which I think are important and hard to find in one superhuman Delta Force individual.
(Also, he’s funny, but that’s a bonus.)”– Jim Nelson, Previous Editor-In-Chief GQ Magazine
- Registered Dietitian – Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- MS in Nutrition & Dietetics – State University College at Oneonta
- Certified Sports Nutritionist – International Society of Sports Nutrition
Fueling for the Sport of Motherhood. ™
Melanie Sulaver (Boehmer) MS, RD, CISSN has dedicated her life to a comprehensive understanding of performance nutrition with specialties in women in sport, the pre/postpartum athlete, and disordered eating.
As the Founder of Nutrition By Mel, she has consulted with Nike, the Metropolitan Opera House, numerous gyms, physical therapy practices and run clubs, and presented at the International Society of Sports Nutrition. Mel works privately with Olympic athletes, moms, and other superheroes to improve their relationship to food.
“Working with a nutritionist who listened to my needs, is anti-diet culture, and fully supported me fueling my body to feel my best is exactly the kind of nutritionist we need more of in the industry. You are truly a gift.”– @iamchrissyking
First of all, I’d suggest checking out the Strength Programs, Running & Race Prep Programs, or At-Home Training and reading a bit about your various options. Once you find a training program that aligns with your goals, save it to the home screen of your phone for easy access. When you go to the gym, one click and you’ve got your entire workout loaded and ready to conquer.
Sure do! Quickie Circuits for those just getting started with exercise.
Classes for those who like to have a follow-along workout.
Homebody by Bandana for those who want to incorporate progressive overload and get a bit more serious about their at-home weight training.
They’re all great although Project Recomp is 4 phases (24 weeks of training) which makes it a monster of a program and nice starting point.
Check out French Contrast Training. The program is based around improving your rate of force development which is at the foundation of athletic training.
The beginner programs are the At-Home training programs and classes. The intermediate and advanced programs are the In-Gym programs.
I’d suggest you start by reading The Performance Nutrition Handbook which is basically our Nutrition Fundamentals Course. Then I’d look over An Athlete’s Guides to Supplements to make sure your supplements are in order. From there, you can start to watch the Fueling Club presentations which go into much more detail on the various topics of interest.