Is Your Diet Killing Your Muscle Gains?

Posted on April 24, 2018 in Bulking, Cutting, Diet, Progression, Training

  Mike Israetel spoke about the Minimum Effective Volume and Maximum Recoverable Volume for your training in the Bulking Debate with Eric Helms. Minimum Effective Volume is the minimum amount of training you need to actually see any progress whatsoever. Just below this is maintenance volume. Significantly above this is the Maximum Recoverable Volume, whereby […]

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2 Reasons Why ALL Diets Lead To Failure

Posted on March 22, 2018 in Cutting, Diet, Health, Progression

  The nineties marked the beginning of the culture obsessed with diets and dieting, with more and more diets coming out every single year. Yet, the Western World (and Men Over 40) continue to progressively gain weight. Hmmmm. I wonder what’s going on here? I’ve written before about the reasons as to why we’re gaining […]

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4 Politically Correct Fitness Lies: An Analysis

Posted on February 25, 2018 in Happiness, Health, Progression

  Dani Shugart wrote an article on T Nation a while back, giving some great information on how to pursue your goals without being clouded by PC bullshit. I’ve spoken before about how we need to be careful to avoid the Herd Mentality and how Fat Acceptance is complete and utter insanity. Dani goes into […]

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Counter-Intuitive Ways To Improve Your Physique

Posted on February 24, 2018 in Alpha Physique, Progression

  Over the past 7.5 years, I’ve discovered that progress with fitness never really turns out as you expect. My results are a lot more predictable now, but it’s still very difficult to know when you will stall with your training and when you will hit a fat-loss plateau.   When these stalls do happen, […]

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6 Steps To Increase Your Fat Loss Skills

Posted on February 18, 2018 in Cutting, Diet, Progression

  Note: This was a guest post on A King’s Castle. This is a great site for married men, with some great information on self-development in multiple areas.   I’ve spoken to a lot of guys recently, particularly “older guys”, and the primary concern amongst them apart from family issues, seems to be fitness related. […]

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