Finding facts today can be difficult.  Social media doesn’t always discern between authorities or influencers.  Below are a few trusted sources: (click the names)

Active Release Techniques

Active Release Techniques or A.R.T. is a great way to ensure your body is working properly. This manual, hands-on therapy breaks up adhesions which limit normal range of motion causing pain and tension.

Dr. Andy Galpin

Dr. Andy Galpin is a tenured Professor in the Center for Sport Performance at CSU Fullerton.  His website has 5, 25 and 55 minute videos on exercise and nutrition topics.

Back Fit Pro

Dr. Stuart McGill is the world’s leading spine bio-mechanist.  He is our first stop-any and all things back related.  His approaches have restored the lives of thousands of people like yourself.

Chasing Excellence Podcast

Chasing Excellence is a show dedicated to dissecting what it means to live a life of excellence, both inside the gym & out. Each episode can vary from nutrition, mindset, business or coaching.  Member recommended episodes:
#48, #53, #60, #67.

Beyond The Whiteboard

Beyond the Whiteboard is an app Konza Strength uses to track workouts and publish the workout for the next day.  Pen and Paper still work, we just give you a digital option. (Pen and paper won’t be provided)

Most supplement stores are operated by salespeople–NOT dietician’s or nutritionists.  Fact check them with this website that takes the leg work out of researching those ingredients.  Know what you are putting in your body.

John Welbourn

John is a 9 year veteran of the NFL, creator of CrossFit Football, Originator of Power Athlete and a “Simple Man.”

Dr. Mitch Keating (Manhattan)
Dr. Mitch Keating (Junction City)

Dr. Keating combines chiropractic with ART, dry needling, and functional rehabilitation to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions including: rotator cuff injuries, strains and sprains, neck and back pain, headaches and migraines, plantar fasciitis, and more.  He treats in both towns listed.  Click the appropriate link for you.

Caloric Intake Calculator

Use this link to help calculate caloric intake for your activity levels. Further questions and recommendations from the website can be asked to your trainers at your next session.