A Big Thank You

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Before we really get started today I do want to quickly mention that I had the privilege of co-hosting The FitCast this past weekend. For those of you who don’t know, The FitCast is a weekly fitness and nutrition podcast hosted by former CP intern, and current MBSC employee Kevin Larrabee. It is one of the most popular fitness or nutrition podcasts out there, and has featured the likes of Eric Cressey, Alwyn Cosgrove, Dan John, Mike Boyle, Tom Venuto, John Berardi and so many more.

This weeks episode, titled Episode 161 – “The Danny Tanner” with Mike Boyle (so named because we discussed the Jersey Shore nickname generator, and that was my favorite nickname) was hosted by Kevin, the brilliant Jonathan Fass and myself. If you are interested in hearing anything I have to say, or more likely, listening to the interview with Mike Boyle, give it a listen. (I go into detail about my dairy blogs, the Iron Gym and Tony wishing he was Dr. Manhattan).

Moving on, I want to thank all of you for all of the wonderful support, interaction, questions and feedback you have given me this year. I only started this website in October of 2008, and I have watched it grow tremendously over this past year, more than doubling in readership in 2009 alone. I owe a debt of gratitude to you all for making this venture a successful one.

This blog, along with my actual job at CP, has been the greatest professional learning experience in my life. I have learned more in the past year writing blogs, researching topics and answering questions than I did in all my time as a nutrition undergrad (which to be fair was only 2 years, I was an engineering major for 3 years before that, hated it). That is a testament to the quality of information you guys demand, and I am better for it.

To steal directly from EC, with all that being said, since you, the readers, are the ones that are ultimately responsible for making this site bigger and better, I want to put the ball in your court today.  What do YOU want to read in 2010?

  • What are some topics, areas of discussion, myths, or issues of interest you would like to see covered?
  • Would you like to see more guest interviews? (something I have not utilized much)
  • Would you like to see more or less product reviews?
  • Really in-depth sciencey blogs?
  • General easy-to-apply immediately blogs?
  • More videos?

Basically what I want to know is what do you guys like the most about what I do, what do you want me to continue, what do you maybe want to see less of, what are you interested in reading?

I highly respect and value your thoughts, opinions and suggestions, so please let me know in the comments section.

Thanks again for a wonderful 2009, and you will hear from me again in the New Year!

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Posted on December 30th, 2009 by Brian St. Pierre


  1. Danny Says:

    new recipes with macronutrient breakdowns

  2. Rob Says:

    Definitely more recipes. I cooked the chili and the stew for my girlfriend and she thinks I can actually cook.

  3. sal Says:

    I find that this blog leads to topics of conversation with my friends and family. Having said that, I think it would be good to have some information on common mistakes that the general public makes. I often have friends try to convince me that egg yolks are terrible for you, or other myths they hear on tv, etc. Having some more information on the truth behind these myths would be great.

  4. Glenn Says:

    More photos of Bob Sagget!

    Er… no. ;)

    I like the blog the way it is. I’d actually like to see more updates, but everyone is crunched for time these days. Just keep doing what you’re doing.

  5. Matt Says:

    i am a new reader to your blog and was wondering if you had covered metabolism, BMR, or related topics at all during the time you have had this blog( i know that is a broad question with a broad base of topics). thanks.

  6. Deb Says:

    Could you discuss digestive enzymes and HCI?

  7. Steph Says:

    Recipes and I’ve told you this before (as has your incredibly smart wife); more on training.

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