• Leaving a legacy: The BioLayne Foundation

    Posted In: News  /  Posted On: 10.03.13
    The BioLayne Foundation

    The purpose of the BioLayne Foundation is to improve the strength sports, fitness, bodybuilding, powerlifting, etc by providing financial assistance to the next generation of sports scientists through scholarships and research grants. 100% of the funds donated will be awarded. …

    BioLayne Video Log 21 – Science vs. Broscience, Education vs. Experience: Which is More Important?

    Posted In: Nutrition  /  Posted On: 09.15.13

    In this BioLayne Video Log we examine the age old debate in bodybuilding: which is more important?  Education or experience?  I give my thoughts on why both are important, downsides to being too married to one vs. the other, and …

    Layne’s guest appearance on the Ben Coomber Podcast & announcement of May 2014 UK Tour

    Posted In: Appearances  /  Posted On: 08.29.13
    Ben Coomber

    I recently had the pleasure of being a guest on the Ben Coomber podcast. In this episode of Ben’s podcast we touch on a number of topics: -Motivation & never quit attitude -Metabolic Adaptation -Problems in the fitness industry -The …

    BioLayne Video Log 20 Reactionary Culture: Fallout From Metabolic Damage Video Series

    Posted In: Contest Prep  /  Posted On: 08.12.13

    In the 20th BioLayne Video Log, I discuss two reactions to the Metabolic Damage/Adaptation video series that I had not anticipated.  1) People who misinterpreted what I said to think that you should never calorically restrict and the number of …

    BioLayne Video Log 19 – Terrible Coaches Part 1 (An Analysis of the Coaching Industry)

    Posted In: Contest Prep  /  Posted On: 07.23.13
    BioLayne Video Log 19

    In this BioLayne Video Log we discuss the state of the nutrition & training coaching ‘industry.’  Why I’m so upset over how things are, the dangers of these terrible coaches, why things need to change, and a scientific hypothesis for …