Why Low Carb Diets Breed Inconsistent Results

Posted on May 25, 2017 in Cutting, Diet, Sustainability

The online fitness community never ceases to amuse me. As the promises of rapid progress and instant results continue, the seas of frustrated, unsuccessful dieters continue to grow. Everyone seems to jump onto the bandwagon without really stopping to analyse the effectiveness of these ideas in the real world. Before I begin, I encourage you […]

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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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eBook Update – The Method

Posted on April 6, 2017 in Books, Happiness, Lifestyle, Sustainability

The eBook is currently at the final stages of editing, and will be ready for release before the anticipated date (end of April). At the moment, it’s looking like Friday 14th April. Just as a reminder, it’s a step-by-step guide to achieving long term happiness as a man, with a load of great info regarding: Fitness […]

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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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