Nutrition and Training Resources

With so much information online it can be a struggle to separate the good from the bad. Here are what I consider some of the best nutrition and training resources out there.

Monthly Research Reviews

Making sense of the latest research is exceptionally hard, I trust these guys to do it. These monthly publications slightly geekier than my average reader will be looking for, but this is where I mainly learn from.  Here is the list of what my team and I are subscribed to:

Nutrition resources

Training resources

  • Strengtheory.com – The best site on the theory behind lifting bar none.
  • EricCressey.com & TonyGentilcore.com – They work with top-level athletes in the Boston and Florida areas. Their sites are excellent – injury prevention, warm-ups, mobility drills, hundreds of excellent videos on how to actually lift.

Instructional videos

My books for sale

Other book recommendations

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Translations of my work

About the Author

Andy Morgan

I am the founder of RippedBody.com, this is my sincere effort to build the best nutrition and training guides on the internet. Some readers hire me to coach them, which I've been doing online, via email, for the last six years. If you're interested in individualized, one-on-one nutrition and training coaching to help you crush your physique goals, let's start the conversation.

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