Diet Drinks & Dieting

Posted on June 12, 2017 in Cutting, Health, Physique

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified nutritionist, therefore consult a professional before implementing any advice. This is intended to provide an unbiased and realistic view on diet drinks and their impact upon health and fitness in general. I am not advising for or against any other risk factors (detailed further below). A question I’ve been […]

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Are YOU Capable Of Achieving A Six-Pack?

Posted on June 8, 2017 in Beginners, Cutting, Diet, Physique

This may seem like a daft question, and most of you who have been reading this blog for a while may already know the answer to this question. But, I was reading an article in a Men’s Health magazine recently which triggered this question. Yes, before you ask, it was purely for entertainment purposes, as […]

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The Transition Period

Posted on May 22, 2017 in Alpha Physique, Bulking, Diet, Physique, Sustainability

SO many guys fail to do this, and end up ballooning after their cutting period, where they were extremely deprived, and couldn’t wait to get bulking again. It’s arguably one of the most crucial periods, the “Transition Period” as I like to call it, for those who care about staying lean year-round. This is the […]

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Pre-Workout Hype – Science Doesn’t Back It Up

Posted on May 10, 2017 in Physique, Progression, Supplements

There’s a lot of hype around pre-workouts, and just about every major YouTuber you can think of is pushing some kind of pre-workout supplement. Theirs is different to the rest, provides you with “clean energy” this and that. Nobody is debating that these supplements don’t make you feel energised. But the problem we run into, […]

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Why Relative Strength Is SO CRUCIAL – How To Stop Ballooning On A Bulk

Posted on April 17, 2017 in Alpha Physique, Bulking, Physique, Training

It’s one of those shifts in perspective that can completely transform your results. Focusing on relative strength, rather than something along the lines of: “Let’s see if I can hit a 300 pound bench by the end of the month” will prevent you from becoming attached to certain numbers and standards, force-feeding yourself into oblivion, […]

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