The 2/3 Hybrid Split Routine For Building Muscle

2021-06-04T08:43:17-04:00By |bodybuilding, Weight Training|

I'd like to introduce a new type of "hybrid" split routine designed for building both muscle and strength at the same time. You'll get a lot stronger on this schedule, but because you don't train heavy every day of the week, it's fairly easy on your joints. It also rotates some of the exercises through the week so you don't get bored, and it uses triple progression so you can keep making gains on the same routine for 12 weeks straight. 

Metabolic Adaptation To Weight Loss And How To Fix It

2021-05-19T19:27:28-04:00By |Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

There's a reason why losing weight is not easy, steady or predictable, even when you carefully calculate your calories and try your best to track them: Your body adapts to weight loss and dieting. This metabolic adaptation to weight loss is heavily influenced by numerous hormones. The bad news is you can't stop it. The good news is you can reduce it if you understand what's going on in your body and if you apply the simple strategies you'll learn here...

“You Can’t Out Train A Bad Diet” Doesn’t Mean “Training Doesn’t Work For Weight Loss”

2021-04-28T21:21:50-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

"You can't out train a bad diet." Basically, this trite saying is trying to convey the idea that if you don’t control your food intake and balance it with your activity, so you sustain a caloric deficit, you won’t lose weight regardless of how much you exercise. Re-stated this way, in the context of energy balance, I don’t think anyone would disagree. However, I'm here to explain how this phrase has gone wrong...

Can You Be Fat But Healthy?

2021-04-28T09:37:23-04:00By |Science & Research, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

How is it possible that some people are obese but appear healthy? How do we explain this seeming paradox? Can you improve your health while you're still overweight? And if you're fat but healthy, should you bother losing weight at all? Hmmm... interesting questions... and I have answers!

Is 10000 Steps A Day A Good Goal?

2021-04-28T13:53:46-04:00By |Cardio Training, Health|

You've probably heard that 10000 steps a day is a good goal. It shows that you're active, not sedentary and hitting that number decreases your risk of health problems and an early death. But recently, there's been some skepticism over the 10000 steps target. Some say it's a marketing gimmick for fitness tracker companies. Let's take a closer look, and see what the science says...

How To Stop Eating Junk Food: The #1 Best Way

2021-05-09T11:42:45-04:00By |Food & Nutrition|

There are lots of valid strategies you could use to stop eating junk food: keeping it out of the house, eating mindfully, getting adequate sleep, managing stress, embracing meal planning, and using a variety of mental and emotional training techniques. But this one might be the best one... 

Are You An Active Couch Potato? (The Health Risks Of Sitting)

2021-04-15T13:28:48-04:00By |Science & Research|

Health researchers have been warning us for a long time now about the metabolic and health risks of too much sitting. In fact, it made front page headlines recently when research identified an association between sitting time and mortality. Yes, they are now saying that too much sitting can kill you

Neat Tricks To Burn More Fat Without Dieting Or Going To The Gym

2021-04-17T10:05:06-04:00By |Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

That person you know who seems to eat anything but still stays skinny? You might think he was genetically gifted with a fast metabolism. The truth is, he probably wasn’t. One of the biggest reasons thin people are thin is because of something else entirely different – they have a high level of N.E.A.T. ...

Keto Diet Lies And Keto Diet Myths

2021-04-08T10:22:04-04:00By |Hall of Shame, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

There is such a thing as a scientific keto diet. There is such a thing as a well-informed person who goes on keto for a specific reason that’s perfectly logical. There is such a thing as a person who succeeds on keto, including successful maintenance. Keto diets can work, and are not necessarily harmful. I am not writing this to bash keto. However I am here to expose keto diet lies and bust keto diet myths that need to die.

How Many Carbs Per Meal To Lose Weight? 

2021-04-06T16:34:31-04:00By |Food & Nutrition, Meal Planning|

How many carbs can you eat per meal without storing it as body fat? This has become a common question, and a part of the reason is due to low carb diets getting so popular. But you don't have to be scared of carbs, you simply need to know how to set them right for your goals and needs. Follow the 5 "carb-setting factors" in this post and you'll know exactly how many carbs to eat per meal without a doubt

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