The TRUTH About Keto – You Have Been Lied To

Posted on July 24, 2018 in Cutting, Diet, Health, Protein

  This article is based upon Jason Blaha’s video on Keto which you can view here. The theme of the video is that Keto is terrible in the long-term, always, which it is. In the short-term though, there is an exception to the rule. This exception is for the obese.   Also, I don’t mean […]

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Mistakes Most People Make – In The Gym & The Kitchen

Posted on July 3, 2017 in Cutting, Diet, Protein, Training

The mistakes I’m about to describe are very common. You see them everywhere, and actually, they’re so obvious you may be thinking “well duh”.  Gym rats, bodybuilders (particularly old-school), bums and tums, all the way to your average Joe. Everyone still falls into the same traps. I have been guilty of one or two, and I […]

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Supplements Don’t Work – Evidence

Posted on April 10, 2017 in Diet, Protein, Supplements

Protein Powder Protein supplements are among the most popular supplements, and just about everyone is taking them now. No longer is it just your bodybuilders and fitness models who pound down their post-workout shake, oh no, your average housewife is at it too. This cultural norm didn’t arise from solid science proving that we are […]

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Where Students Are Going Wrong With Fitness

Posted on April 3, 2017 in Alpha Physique, Bulking, Cutting, Diet, Happiness, Health, Lifestyle, Protein, Students, Supplements

Warning: Controversial, yet crucial blog post coming up. If you’re a student who is tired of inconsistent results, this post should help you out massively. Enjoy! The way I see it, you have the skinny guys, and then you have the other guys. There are 3 types of skinny guys: Lazy, or “I hate food” skinny […]

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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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