Best of social media 2015 II

Best of social media 2015 II

Here are the top posts from my social media (Facebook and Twitter) of April – September 2015, selected based on a combination of Likes, shares, comments, feedback and personal preference.   1. My 3-part series on BCAAs Click the links in the post to see the first 2 posts.   2. Coffee is not bad for you: it’s actually very […]

A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

My recent interview about training frequency and bro splits was hugely popular and caused quite a stir in the fitness industry. If you haven’t watched that yet, do so before reading this post, otherwise you won’t understand a word of it.   Lyle McDonald chimed in with a comment about the Norwegian Frequency Project.   Do pay close attention to […]

How your training should change as you get more advanced [interview]

How your training should change as you get more advanced [interview]

If you’ve seen my recent posts, you’ll know this is a topic that I think is hugely underrated in the fitness industry, perhaps especially in the evidence-based fitness industry. Very few coaches recognize that program design should be influenced strongly by how advanced the trainee is. What works best for a beginner and what works best for an advanced trainee […]

Bro splits, training frequency & the anabolic window [video]

Bro splits, training frequency & the anabolic window [video]

This is probably one of the most extensive discussions of training frequency on the internet. If you still think you should train a body part once or twice a week for maximal results, watch it.     The discussion can be downloaded as a podcast in mp3 format here.   Note to self: Turn off f.lux to avoid looking like […]

3 Big bodybuilding myths

3 Big bodybuilding myths

Why bodybuilding is the most functional training in the world, why bodybuilders have longer muscles than yoga practitioners and more.   Read the full article on Paleo f(x).    


Training

A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

My recent interview about training frequency and bro splits was hugely popular and caused quite a stir in the fitness industry. If you haven’t watched that yet, do so before reading this post, otherwise you won’t understand a word of it.   Lyle McDonald chimed in with a comment about the Norwegian Frequency Project.   Do pay close attention to […]

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Nutrition

Workout nutrition does matter; high frequency bodybuilding & more

Workout nutrition does matter; high frequency bodybuilding & more

“What’s the best training and diet program?” In the current fitness industry, there seem to be only 2 approaches to program design. On the one hand we have the nihilist science crowd who do not deviate from the ‘optimal system’ other than for practical considerations. Here identical clients will rightfully get the same program, but so will an old male […]

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Recipes

The Tex-Mex bowl of awesomeness

The Tex-Mex bowl of awesomeness

This guest recipe by ManageMyMealPlan.com is one of my favorite recipes ever. It’s damn tasty, ludicrously nutritious, amazingly customizable and even the bro-est of bros should be able to prepare it without experiencing brain failure. Ladies and gentlemen, let no Bayesian ever drink olive oil to consume enough fat ever again: I present to you the famous Tex-Mex, bodybuilding edition. […]

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Miscellaneous

Best of social media 2015 II

Best of social media 2015 II

Here are the top posts from my social media (Facebook and Twitter) of April – September 2015, selected based on a combination of Likes, shares, comments, feedback and personal preference.   1. My 3-part series on BCAAs Click the links in the post to see the first 2 posts.   2. Coffee is not bad for you: it’s actually very […]

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Recent Posts

Best of social media 2015 II

Best of social media 2015 II

Here are the top posts from my social media (Facebook and Twitter) of April – September 2015, selected based on a combination of Likes, shares, comments, feedback and personal preference.   1. My 3-part series on BCAAs Click the links in the post to see the first 2 posts.   2. Coffee is not bad for you: it’s actually very […]

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A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

A stats exercise with The Norwegian Frequency Project

My recent interview about training frequency and bro splits was hugely popular and caused quite a stir in the fitness industry. If you haven’t watched that yet, do so before reading this post, otherwise you won’t understand a word of it.   Lyle McDonald chimed in with a comment about the Norwegian Frequency Project.   Do pay close attention to […]

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How your training should change as you get more advanced [interview]

How your training should change as you get more advanced [interview]

If you’ve seen my recent posts, you’ll know this is a topic that I think is hugely underrated in the fitness industry, perhaps especially in the evidence-based fitness industry. Very few coaches recognize that program design should be influenced strongly by how advanced the trainee is. What works best for a beginner and what works best for an advanced trainee […]

read more

Bro splits, training frequency & the anabolic window [video]

Bro splits, training frequency & the anabolic window [video]

This is probably one of the most extensive discussions of training frequency on the internet. If you still think you should train a body part once or twice a week for maximal results, watch it.     The discussion can be downloaded as a podcast in mp3 format here.   Note to self: Turn off f.lux to avoid looking like […]

read more

3 Big bodybuilding myths

3 Big bodybuilding myths

Why bodybuilding is the most functional training in the world, why bodybuilders have longer muscles than yoga practitioners and more.   Read the full article on Paleo f(x).    

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Best of social media 2015 I

Best of social media 2015 I

Here are the top posts from my social media (Facebook and Twitter) of January – March 2015, selected based on a combination of Likes, shares, comments, feedback and personal preference.   1. IIFYM is nót good for compliance   2. Stronger than cancer   3. Charles Poliquin plagiarizing   4. My favorite marketing is no marketing   5. Insulin for […]

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The Tex-Mex bowl of awesomeness

The Tex-Mex bowl of awesomeness

This guest recipe by ManageMyMealPlan.com is one of my favorite recipes ever. It’s damn tasty, ludicrously nutritious, amazingly customizable and even the bro-est of bros should be able to prepare it without experiencing brain failure. Ladies and gentlemen, let no Bayesian ever drink olive oil to consume enough fat ever again: I present to you the famous Tex-Mex, bodybuilding edition. […]

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