The Keto Diet

Posted on March 30, 2017 in Diet, Happiness, Lifestyle, Sustainability

As the fitness world continues down it’s anti-carb, carbs are evil, carbs will kill you mentality, the Keto diet continues to gain popularity. The instant gratification, often experienced through sheer water loss is all too endearing for most people. What follows for the vast majority beyond this stage, is pain, frustration, and a lack of […]

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Cardio and Diet Adherence

Posted on March 27, 2017 in Cutting, Diet, Training

Diet adherence underpins everything. Long term results literally come down to whether or not you can keep doing something that benefits you. A trend I’ve noticed recently is anti-cardio: “Remember that you’re a weightlifter first” or something similar that doesn’t apply to 97% of the population. That’s only a valid view for competitors. This post […]

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When Your Diet Fails

Posted on March 23, 2017 in Alcohol, Appetite Manipulation, Cutting, Diet

Oh no! We all know that feeling when you’ve been making some great fat loss progress, but then all of a sudden…..you’ve lost control. What do you do? What is the best course of action to correct this mistake and reverse it? Firstly, you cannot reverse it. Therefore don’t try to. Secondly, don’t panic. Everything […]

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Students and Bulking

Posted on March 20, 2017 in Alpha Physique, Bulking, Money, Students, Supplements

For those of you at university and are looking to bulk up, listen up. I’m writing this under the assumption that you are struggling to gain muscle, and therefore taking in more calories is a priority for you. If this doesn’t apply to you, then this may more appropriate. Most young guys tend to put […]

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Mini Cuts – It’s Best For Students To Perform Them During The Holidays

Posted on March 16, 2017 in Appetite Manipulation, Lifestyle, Protein, Students, Sustainability

Another fantastic way for students to stay lean whilst at university or college is to perform mini-cuts. These are anywhere from 2-6 weeks. We want to maximise the amount of time we spend in a calorie surplus, as muscle building is a SLOOOOOW process, meaning this needs to be a quick “in-and-out” job – don’t […]

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Dieting: Yo-Yo-Ing Makes You Miserable

Posted on March 2, 2017 in Cutting, Diet, Health, Sustainability

Below is the link to a review of an old dieting show called “The Biggest Loser”, whereby enormously fat Americans would compete against each other to see who could lose the most weight. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/super-slimmers-did-they-keep-the-weight-off/on-demand/64585-001 “All but one (16 of 17 dieters) had regained the majority of their weight.”  This should come as no surprise to you, […]

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