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Just about every single normal person goes through these issues - whether it's a time/priority issue or maybe just don't know where to start or...maybe they are paralyzed by all the information. So this post is for all of you. I have been there many, many times. And this is how I "solved" it...
I need to find something to stand on to do stiff legged deadlifts. I am not against making it either and have any tool that would be required. However I'd rather just buy something
Ideally, it would put the bar at toe level when it is loaded with 20kg plates.
I know its not respected when guys only train certain parts. But really, these are the parts that need to catch up so I was wondering your guys' thoughts on this
All that seems to grow is my back and delts. Maybe if I wasn't training them the rest of my body would improve :confused:
Increasing strength is a great way to build muscle, but how much muscle are you building if you increase your 8RM by 2.5kg that month? Eventually you run out of exercises that you can reliably get stronger on to build muscle
However muscular endurance, the amount of volume you can do within a...
Has anyone ever done these?
I am following his programs now and making really good gains. My arms are now bigger than they have ever been! I am hoping that they hit 15 inches soon. I know it's not much but I always struggled with my arms.
The arm workout I just did was:
EZ bar curls - 3x15 to...
I've not been here for the last two years but I never stopped researching diet and training. My wife wanted to drop a dress size and get healthy. She did not however want to go hungry or do something so extreme she wouldn't be able to stick to it.
The first thing we did was get her...
I don't want to hurt myself getting back into lifting so I am keeping things very light for a while.
Of great interest to me are exercises that I can absolutely kill it on and give 100% without fear of injury
My favourite for the lower body is the reverse hyper. I've been doing 200 reps a week...
Just going to go over my recent trainings with you, I'm really liking training like this, it's fun and objective
Monday - bench
Wednesday - Squat
Thursday - Accessories
Saturday - Deadlift
I might also do extra light sessions
So what I'll do for each lift is work up to a...
Coming off for a while
Just focusing on other things at the moment, still training hard though
Steroids are simply not a productive use of my time right now
My main emphasis at the moment is on movement, getting everything firing correctly, good body composition and general health
So I eat gluten free now
Made pancakes with rice flour
Not as tasty... kinda dry
Just usual method, 3 eggs, beat them, add 240ml of rice flour (not sure on weight), 120ml of no homo milk, some sugar, cinnamon, 1g salt
Then just pan fried
Ideas to make it more tasty? Less dry and more fluffy /...
White fish and eggs seem to be the bodies preferred source of protein
Fish oil is stupid, adding more PUFA to a diet high in PUFA is dumb
Remove PUFA completely, fish / omega 3 should be your only source
Braising beef mince and then washing it under hot water makes it mainly saturated fat, very...
This is what I use with my clients and myself
Tracking macros and eating to them is near enough impossible to get exactly right.
There is an easier way.
Let's take a quick breakdown of what nutrients do.
Protein - Stays static, 1g/lb or 2g/kg is fine. Eating more fills you up, eating less...
Thought I'd fully document my diet principles for you guys. I have things pretty fine tuned now and have a good client base to test things out with so I am very confident that this method works well for the vast majority of people.
Carbs are fairly low, protein on the higher...
Hope Christmas was good for you all.
I've started a new blog on nutrition and training. This is my first post and it is on coming out of a diet correctly
Spinal Tap Training: Lets kick this fucker off - reversing out of a diet correctly