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The Disturbing Gluttony of The 10,000 Calorie Days

7. February 2015

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I was just a kid. Away from home for the first time. In some disorientating dormitory, rooming with a dude I’d never met before the day he walked into our room, hammered a nail into the wall and hung his lifting belt up. I admit, I was worried about who the dweeb was who’d walk […]

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When You Eat as Important as What You Eat | Meal Timing in Weight Loss

11. March 2014

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As is often the case, science is catching up to logic and experience. When it comes to weight loss, be it in recovery from obesity or that last 10 pounds before a physique competition, frequent feedings has been a popular strategy. Myself, along with many experts, have postulated for years that the frequent small meals […]

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The 3 Most Important Lifts You Must Do To Save Your Life & Change the World

13. January 2014

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The mind is a tricky thing. Biased by your experience, it twists and distorts reality, manufacturing broad sweeping beliefs from small points of data. Consider the phenomenon (the Reticular Activating System) that will have you seeing dozens of red VW Beetles on the drive home after you buy one. They were always there, you passed […]

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