Joseph Gerdine-Knighten
Joseph Gerdine-Knighten, hails from Texas (although he’d prefer New York). He’s worked in the health and fitness industry since 2014 where he’s done work ranging from; personal training, managing gyms, as well as working in the supplement industry. Apart from working out with his free time, he enjoys traveling, drinking wine, reading, writing, and spending time with his loved ones.

Why Data Leadership Is Crucial For Businesses To Combat Future Pandemics

Anthony J. Algmin is the founder of Algmin Data Leadership and author of Data Leadership: Stop Talking About Data and Start Making an Impact! I spoke to him regarding why data leadership is so important for businesses and the impact COVID-19 is having on the


How To Make Time To Workout When You Work All Day

My alarm sounds at 4AM, two different places in the house. Through my initial state of grogginess, I grab my phone, snooze the alarm (while still laying down) then head to the kitchen and command Alexa off. After that—and totally against David Goggins’ advice—it’s right


Train Like Terrell Suggs, Super Bowl Sunday’s Father Time

When Super Bowl LIV (that’s 54 for my uncultured swine) kicks-off this Sunday, father time will be well represented. Not many can say they’ve had a football career that has spanned three-decades, but seventeen-year NFL veteran—and all-around bad motherf—-r—Terrell Suggs, will be playing in his


Post-Workout Nutrition, Everything You Got Wrong About Carbs

Post-workout nutrition is over-hyped, yet under explained. With all the information we have, we gawk over men’s magazine articles clamoring, “Protein, protein, protein!”. Which leaves me (located in the magazine aisle of your local grocery) fuming and shouting, “WHERE ARE THE CARBS!”. Speaking candidly, carbohydrates–yes,