Challenging Your Beliefs

October 23, 2013
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This is an introduction to what will be a 3-part article series. Part 1: Intermittent Fasting Part 2: Clean Eating Part 3: High-Frequency Deadlifting and Biofeedback Training The Power of Belief: “Believe in yourself. You gain strength, courage, and confidence in every experience in which you stop to look fear in the face…you must do […]

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Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight and Immediate Changes You Can Make

October 16, 2013
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Here’s a list of some of the most common: 1. When you decide you need to lose weight the first thing you look to is adding steady state cardio activity on a machine. 2. You neglect strength training. 3. You don’t give any thought to your nutrition, and you have not learned proper portions. 4. […]

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Carbohydrate Cycling for Fat Loss

October 10, 2013
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TL;DR: Control protein and fat. Manipulate carbohydrates for fat loss. There is more than one way to skin a cat. Similar to cat skinning, there is more than one way to achieve fat loss. The catch is whether or not that fat loss is sustainable in the long term. How many stories have you heard […]

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Peri-workout Nutrition

September 30, 2013

Nutrition Around Your Workouts Pre-Workout Nutrition: Goals of a pre-workout meal: •Top off muscle glycogen stores prior to training •Raise/stabilize blood sugar levels so the body can perform optimally •Provide protein toward your daily protein requirement The difference between a Pre-workout meal and a Pre-workout snack: Meal: •If you wish to eat a meal prior […]

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Books to Read: Beyond Brawn

September 26, 2013

PURCHASE HERE ON AMAZON After reading this book as per the recommendation of Martin Berkhan (the internet’s Intermittent Fasting Guru) and my entire perspective on lifting weights for strength/size changed. It is one of many books that I will share, which have greatly influenced my training philosophy. It is written toward the genetically average […]

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How To Be Prepared For Any Physical Task

September 24, 2013

TL;DR: It’s called Energy System Development. The premise is that you choose exercises across all rep ranges and vary your set/rest times in order to train your body through all the different energy systems. This will prepare your body for any and all types of physical exertion. Additionally, training across all rep ranges (low reps, […]

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Books to Read: Engineering the Alpha

September 18, 2013

Finally got around to purchasing this, and I can’t wait to read it. I’m going to recommend it to you even before opening it, because I can already confirm the quality of the content these guys have published online. One can never have too much information on how to be awesome. When I was on […]

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How To Turn Your Body Into A Fat Incinerator: G-FLUX

September 17, 2013

TL;DR: EAT MORE, EXERCISE MORE, INCREASE YOUR METABOLISM, AND BUILD A STRONGER, LEANER BODY YO! Hope you all enjoy my first post. I apologize for it’s length, but I can’t help it. Once I get going on a topic I get a little excessive with the detail..and tangent. All the information is gold though. Why […]

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