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Elements of Form by Drew Baye

Elements of Form Pre-Order Update

Update July 15 First off, thanks to everybody who has pre-ordered Elements of Form. It’s been a long project, one I’ve rewritten and completely restarted a few times over, and am glad to be nearing completion of. I am still finishing a few chapters and wrapping up the bonus e-book and have moved the release date to AUGUST […]

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Florida Sheriff takes down two thugs

Why Fitness Is Important For Self-Defense And Professional Use Of Force

I live by the non-aggression principle, the idea people should be free to do whatever they want as long as they do not initiate the use of force or fraud against others and that force is only morally justified when used to stop or prevent the initiation of force by another person or group. Also, the level […]

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The 21 Convention - Tampa 2014

The 21 Convention, Tampa, FL 2014

I am excited to announce I will be speaking along with Ellington Darden, Doug McGuff, James Steele II, Bill DeSimone, and Paul Jaminet at The 21 Convention in Tampa this October. The convention will run from Friday the 24th to Sunday the 26th, from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm each day, and also features several […]

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Hate Mail, Equipment Recommendations, And Honest Training Information

I usually delete hate mail and comments containing personal attacks for the same reason I avoid arguing with idiots; the time it takes to read and respond to them could be used more productively to write articles and books that actually help people. However, some times arguing with idiots and responding to these things can be […]

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Drew Baye before and after starting High Intensity Training

Why I Am No Longer A “Natural” Trainee

One of the things I dislike most about many bodybuilding and fitness books, magazines, and web sites is the use of photos of steroid users to promote supplements, programs, and diets, without explicit discussion of steroid use. Even worse than not mentioning the steroid use, which knowledgeable readers will infer, is when steroid users lie […]

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New Comment And Contact Policies

I enjoy writing and talking about exercise. If I didn’t, I would have quit long ago and would be doing something else. However, this is not just a hobby or recreation for me, it’s what I do for a living. After spending most of the past two decades training people I have decided to focus […]

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Rules of Science

Ranting About Hucksters

I was in a ranting mood recently and posted the following after hearing yet another ridiculous claim about how some new gadget is going to revolutionize the fitness industry, forever change the way people exercise, and give you rock hard, six pack abs, and is totally different from anything that has come before it, because […]

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Book Update

An update on the release of Elements of Form and the pre-order bonus materials as well as a new Q&A will be posted either very late tonight or tomorrow. I appreciate the patience of everyone who has pre-ordered and apologize for the multiple delays. I think everyone will agree once they’ve read it that it […]

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The Renaissance of Exercise

A few months ago while editing Elements of Form I started investigating language and consciousness and other aspects of psychology in an effort to better explain the details of exercise performance, along with important concepts like the real versus the assumed objective and the appropriate mindset for true, high intensity effort. I decided to completely […]

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Site Update

I apologize for the lack of updates and for not being able to answer all e-mail quickly, but all other projects are on hold while EoF is finalized. Yes, it is way behind. I’d rather be late than not be happy with it, and I’m picky. If you want to get the absolute most out […]

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