Relative Strength

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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Supplements

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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Long Term Happiness eBook

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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Skinny Student

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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Keto

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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Diet Adherence

Cardio and Diet Adherence

Posted on March 27, 2017 in Cutting, Diet, Training

Diet adherence underpins everything. Long term results literally come down to whether or not you can keep doing something that benefits you. A trend I’ve noticed recently is anti-cardio: “Remember that you’re a weightlifter first” or something similar that doesn’t apply to 97% of the population. That’s only a valid view for competitors. This post […]

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