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3 Tips On How to Maintain Motivation

Posted on December 8, 2016 in Uncategorized

We have to accept that motivation will come and go in intensity. We’re only human, however I believe we can maximise our ability to maintain motivation in the long run. Do fun stuff in the first place – Set up your diet and training protocols so that you genuinely enjoy them most of the time. Visualisation […]

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Fat Loss Tips

Fat Loss Tips For Older Guys

Posted on December 5, 2016 in Alpha Physique

Fat loss tips for older dudes! I’ve noticed a lot more “older” guys are reading my blog now, and I’ve also had a few questions in relation to catering for the differences between ages and fat loss. There are a few things I’ve noticed with some of you older guys trying to lose fat that, […]

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Physique Development

Physique Development – Eliminate Your Weak Link

Posted on December 1, 2016 in Alpha Physique

This post will detail a concept similar to goals achievement and prioritization – specifically focusing on 1 or 2 things to maximise efficiency. In the case of physique development, target your weak link for a period of time and eliminate it. This is in contrast to trying to progress in all areas and spinning your […]

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Men Over 40

3 Essential Habits – In The Context Of Body Composition

Posted on November 28, 2016 in Uncategorized

They say it takes 3 weeks to form a new habit. I’m not sure how accurate this is, but we’ll roll with it. So if you follow these 3 tips for 3 weeks, they will automatically get significantly easier for you and almost happen without thinking (eventually). Once these 3 things become habits and occur […]

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Dieting at work

Dieting With a Full-Time Job

Posted on November 25, 2016 in Uncategorized

Dieting when you have a full time job can be difficult, as your work is taxing enough as it is without the extra mental stress of dieting added on top. As I’ve mentioned before, we all have finite willpower, and a 9-5 job definitely eats into that. This post will be written assuming a 9-5 routine, […]

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Cardio

Cardio – To Stay Lean

Posted on November 21, 2016 in Alpha Physique

Cardio is a great tool for staying lean during a bulk, or to help you get leaner during a cut. This is particularly helpful if you struggle with a large appetite. If you struggle to eat enough food, I advise to to steer clear from cardio, and eat more easy-to-consume carbs (NOT PROTEIN FFS), protein […]

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Breakfast

Intermittent Fasting

Posted on November 17, 2016 in Alpha Physique

Intermittent Fasting is a big topic in the fitness industry. Rightly so, as it’s such a useful tool in helping with Lifestyle Restructuring. Eating most of your calories during the evening is great, as it allows us to enjoy ourselves at social events, and most people tend to comfort eat during the evening. Generally speaking, […]

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Gain Muscle

Skinny Students – How to Gain Muscle

Posted on November 14, 2016 in Uncategorized

For those of you who “can’t” gain muscle or are struggling to do so, this one is for you. The main reason is due to a small appetite. Specifically, a small appetite relative to your calorie requirements to grow. So yes there is often a small hormonal element to the issue, meaning your body burns […]

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Cutting Advice – Don’t Worry About Some Strength Loss

Posted on November 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

Yes I know, strength loss isn’t a good thing and this sounds like terrible advice but hear me out. This is a very important post. It will help a lot of you when cutting, particularly if you are like me and are constantly measuring strength progression and worrying about losses. It reveals a very important […]

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How Do I Lose Weight?

Should I Bulk Or Should I Cut?

Posted on November 7, 2016 in Alpha Physique

There seems to be a lot of frustration and confusion with a lot of guys, not knowing which one to pursue. As we know already, trying to do both simultaneously is very inefficient! Therefore, you would be correct in attempting to prioritise one over the other. The question is which one? The answer is: It depends […]

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