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My History With Fitness: Part One

Posted on June 24, 2019 in Bulking, Diet, Sugar, Training

This is going to mark the beginning of a highly informative storytelling series, detailing the history of the past nine years I’ve had in the ‘fitness game.’ Each part will contain at least one important lesson, and these lessons are going to serve as pieces of advice to you, the reader. Even though I was […]

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The Warrior Program

The Warrior Program – Coming Soon

Posted on April 26, 2019 in Bulking, Diet, Looks, Physique, Training

Edit: The official release date is Friday 10th May – put it in your calendar and set a reminder. I’m excited to announce that The Warrior Program is underway, and I’m currently working on the bonuses (of which there are many!) If you’re currently a skinny guy, then this is the program for you. If […]

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Men Over 40

I’m Skinny Fat! I Don’t Know What To Do!

Posted on September 29, 2018 in Bulking, cardio, Cutting, Diet, Older Guys, Training

  Calm down and think. Let’s look at this problem. It’s very, very common, especially amongst guys with slightly smaller bone structures (I would just about include myself in this category), yet “higher” body fat percentages. They clearly aren’t that lean, and have slightly chubbier faces.   You’re not masculine, as you have no muscle. […]

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Muscle

How To Increase Your Bench

Posted on May 21, 2018 in Alpha Physique, Bulking, Training

  The bench press must be the most sought after movement to increase, so this will be pretty useful. I spoke about the traps not too long ago here, as they are also popular. Bench press wins though.   On Youtube there is a lot of talk about how to increase your bench by altering […]

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Do Carbs Make You Fat?

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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