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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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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Information On The Upcoming eBook – Long Term Happiness

Posted on February 13, 2017 in Books, Lifestyle

This is the largest, most comprehensive and exciting piece of work I’ve ever created. Currently, the eBook is complete, and going through the first stages of the editing phase. I aim to have this ready for release by the end of April, possibly the start of May. I will keep you updated. What is the […]

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Stop Wasting Your Money On Supplements!

Posted on February 9, 2017 in Beginners, Diet, Lifestyle, Money, Supplements

Supplements – the biggest waste of money for men in the 21st century. Women are a different story, don’t we all know! It’s laughable really what people waste money on. But guys love protein shakes that DO NOT IMPROVE RESULTS. Bodybuilding supplements are the male equivalent of shoes and handbags. Complete waste. Supplements don’t do anything. Anyone […]

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Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

Posted on December 22, 2016 in Alpha Physique, Lifestyle, Money, Physique, Progression, Students, Sustainability

This is generally one of the main causes of unhappiness, at least in Western society. Comparing yourself to others in regards to material possessions, income, net worth, family, wife, kids, physique, strength etc will lead to unhappiness, or at least will do at some point in the future. This is regardless of your personal progression […]

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3 Tips On How to Maintain Motivation

Posted on December 8, 2016 in Happiness, Lifestyle

We have to accept that motivation will come and go in intensity. We’re only human, however I believe we can maximise our ability to maintain motivation in the long run. Do fun stuff in the first place – Set up your diet and training protocols so that you genuinely enjoy them most of the time. Visualisation […]

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