My Top 5 Favorite Dinners

My wife and I plan our meals out a week at a time, generally before heading to the grocery store. We find that this is really effective for both of us for a few reasons: 1) we save at the grocery store because we’re not throwing random junk in the cart, 2) there’s no “I […]

It Starts With The Front Squat Part 2

Alright boys and girls, as promised here is the second installment of our front squat article written by Patrick Kern. If you haven’t read Part 1 yet then you need to check it out before continuing. In this piece Patrick goes over the common issues you may come across when trying to perform a front […]

It Starts With the Front Squat Part 1

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages, The Strength Agenda proudly brings you another great article from one of our guest writers, Patrick Kern. In today’s piece we go over the front squat, the importance the lift should have in your training program, how to perform the lift itself, and a whole […]

Pasta Sauce for Meat Lovers

The recipe I’m sharing with you today has been in the works for over 100 years. No, seriously. I married an Italian girl, who learned this recipe from her mother, who learned it from her mother, who learned it from her mother, etc. Through the generations, the recipe has been tweaked to accommodate living in […]

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Spicy Asian Beef

I love easy food. The quicker, the better. The fewer ingredients, the more it finds a way into my heart (and my stomach!). I had just grabbed some takeout and had a few of those spicy mustard packets hanging around, as well as some soy sauce packets. I mixed those with some sriracha and garlic, […]

What I’m Digging – Winter 2014 Edition

In the past, I’ve talked about some of my favorite things that help me be a better athlete, both inside and outside of the gym. Here’s a short list of what I’m digging now and why: Epsom salts. These are still high on my list. A couple times a week (usually on days when I […]