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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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The 7 Step Formula for Reigniting Hope for the Over 40 Man

14. August 2014

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Is absence of hope, the loss of a compelling future vision, an experience largely exclusive to the over 40 man? When did this feeling—or lack there of—show up and what you do to reignite hope and a passionate future. In my 20’s I recall frustration. If an obstacle rose to great me I got active, […]

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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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