18 Interesting studies from 2016

18 Interesting studies from 2016

1. Beta-alanine useless?   2. Sugar isn’t evil   3. Strength training for brain gains   4. BCAAs no better than sugar   5. Cardio ‘not that bad’?   6. Saturated fat good for your heart?   7. Red meat & cancer   8. Protein is overrated   9. Circadian rhythms are underrated   10. Stop demonizing insulin   11. […]

Top 23 Facebook posts of 2016

Top 23 Facebook posts of 2016

Excluding posts about new studies (which will be compiled in the next post), here’s a selection of the most popular Facebook posts of 2016 from Bayesian Bodybuilding.   1. Stop hating the belfie Coincidentally, later in 2016 a study was published finding that posting selfies on Instagram is a sign of self-confidence, not insecurity. (However, it also found that frequent […]

Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage. It’s every dieter’s worst nightmare. The theory of metabolic damage states that your metabolism slows down permanently, i.e. is damaged, after prolonged periods of being in energy deficit. This decrease in energy expenditure has been used to explain the occurrence of the yo-yo effect whereby people that have dieted for a long time often quickly regain their lost […]

Top 3 posts of 2016

Top 3 posts of 2016

Without any ado, we present to you, the 3 most popular posts on BayesianBodybuilding.com of 2016.   1. Can you gain muscle and lose fat at the same time? [Article] Also see: Energy balance myths: Why you can gain fat in a deficit [Article] How can you gain muscle while losing fat & more [Interview]   2. Bro splits, training […]

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

In this video, one of Menno Henselmans’s clients and fellow digital nomad and fitness blogger, Mario Tomic (the guy in the featured image), interviews Menno about training for body recomposition. 00:36 Intro – Who is Menno Henselmans? 02:15 Body Recomposition (The so-called “holy grail” of diet and exercise) – Overview of the current state of the industry and practice. Can […]


Training

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

In this video, one of Menno Henselmans’s clients and fellow digital nomad and fitness blogger, Mario Tomic (the guy in the featured image), interviews Menno about training for body recomposition. 00:36 Intro – Who is Menno Henselmans? 02:15 Body Recomposition (The so-called “holy grail” of diet and exercise) – Overview of the current state of the industry and practice. Can […]

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Nutrition

Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage. It’s every dieter’s worst nightmare. The theory of metabolic damage states that your metabolism slows down permanently, i.e. is damaged, after prolonged periods of being in energy deficit. This decrease in energy expenditure has been used to explain the occurrence of the yo-yo effect whereby people that have dieted for a long time often quickly regain their lost […]

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Recipes

3 Ingredient Green Hulk soft serve

3 Ingredient Green Hulk soft serve

This is a guest post from Sanne, owner of ManageMyMealPlan.com. I love quark and Greek yogurt, but when she told me she mixed it with avocado, I thought it would be disgusting. It’s not. It’s the bomb. You do need to freeze the avocado in advance, but that’s no problem if you prepare your meals in bulk, as you probably […]

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Miscellaneous

18 Interesting studies from 2016

18 Interesting studies from 2016

1. Beta-alanine useless?   2. Sugar isn’t evil   3. Strength training for brain gains   4. BCAAs no better than sugar   5. Cardio ‘not that bad’?   6. Saturated fat good for your heart?   7. Red meat & cancer   8. Protein is overrated   9. Circadian rhythms are underrated   10. Stop demonizing insulin   11. […]

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18 Interesting studies from 2016

18 Interesting studies from 2016

1. Beta-alanine useless?   2. Sugar isn’t evil   3. Strength training for brain gains   4. BCAAs no better than sugar   5. Cardio ‘not that bad’?   6. Saturated fat good for your heart?   7. Red meat & cancer   8. Protein is overrated   9. Circadian rhythms are underrated   10. Stop demonizing insulin   11. […]

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Top 23 Facebook posts of 2016

Top 23 Facebook posts of 2016

Excluding posts about new studies (which will be compiled in the next post), here’s a selection of the most popular Facebook posts of 2016 from Bayesian Bodybuilding.   1. Stop hating the belfie Coincidentally, later in 2016 a study was published finding that posting selfies on Instagram is a sign of self-confidence, not insecurity. (However, it also found that frequent […]

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Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage: a scientific review

Metabolic damage. It’s every dieter’s worst nightmare. The theory of metabolic damage states that your metabolism slows down permanently, i.e. is damaged, after prolonged periods of being in energy deficit. This decrease in energy expenditure has been used to explain the occurrence of the yo-yo effect whereby people that have dieted for a long time often quickly regain their lost […]

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Top 3 posts of 2016

Top 3 posts of 2016

Without any ado, we present to you, the 3 most popular posts on BayesianBodybuilding.com of 2016.   1. Can you gain muscle and lose fat at the same time? [Article] Also see: Energy balance myths: Why you can gain fat in a deficit [Article] How can you gain muscle while losing fat & more [Interview]   2. Bro splits, training […]

read more

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

Recomping, training frequency, calorie cycling & more [video interview]

In this video, one of Menno Henselmans’s clients and fellow digital nomad and fitness blogger, Mario Tomic (the guy in the featured image), interviews Menno about training for body recomposition. 00:36 Intro – Who is Menno Henselmans? 02:15 Body Recomposition (The so-called “holy grail” of diet and exercise) – Overview of the current state of the industry and practice. Can […]

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From business consultant to fitness model and physique coach [podcast]

From business consultant to fitness model and physique coach [podcast]

This is a more personal interview with less focus on training and nutrition programming. The Dynamic Duo interviewed Menno Henselmans about his lifestyle, including: How the Bayesian Method developed and what made Menno want to implement it into bodybuilding His business consultant career and when that point came where he couldn’t fake it anymore and had to follow what excited […]

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Mastering training and nutrition [podcast]

Mastering training and nutrition [podcast]

“For episode 48 of FitInfoClub, Menno Henselmans, known for his science driven approach to all things training, comes on the show to talk programming, effective methods for growing lagging muscle groups, tailoring different dieting strategies to athletes/clients, coaching, continuing ed, and more!”   Click here to listen to the full podcast interview. Or click here for the iTunes version.

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