9 Reasons why women should not train like men

9 Reasons why women should not train like men

Since my article on the natural muscular potential of women went viral with over 9000 Likes and hundreds of shares across social media, my inbox has been flooded with the question “How should women train and diet?” Here’s the answer.   But first, to put many of the differences between men and women in context, it helps to understand the […]

The natural muscular potential of women

The natural muscular potential of women

What can you achieve as a female lifter? There seem to be only 2 camps. The general public thinks a woman that touches a loaded barbell will wake up the next day as the SheHulk.     People with a bit more understanding of exercise physiology realize that this is obviously nonsense. One look around you in the average gym […]

The Alar Scare: A lesson from history

The Alar Scare: A lesson from history

In early 1989, the NRDC released a report on Alar, a chemical used to harvest apples. The report estimated that Alar caused cancer and children were at greater risk. This report was based on a mathematical model with several assumptions that turned out to be flawed. The data set was limited to mice exposed to amounts of Alar far beyond […]

Carbs vs. fat research update

Carbs vs. fat research update

It’s not often that revolutionary research comes around, but at the Eleventh International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo I think it’s safe to say some interesting science was presented. These results of high vs. low carb diets may not come as a surprise to those who followed my Bayesian PT Courses, but if you’re still stuck in […]

The high carb bodybuilding dogma [interview]

The high carb bodybuilding dogma [interview]

In this interview by Primal Edge Health, we discuss: – The use of ketogenic diets for bodybuilders. – The need for carbohydrates during resistance training. – The importance of meal frequency. – Fat intake timing. – My current macros. and many more things.


Training

9 Reasons why women should not train like men

9 Reasons why women should not train like men

Since my article on the natural muscular potential of women went viral with over 9000 Likes and hundreds of shares across social media, my inbox has been flooded with the question “How should women train and diet?” Here’s the answer.   But first, to put many of the differences between men and women in context, it helps to understand the […]

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Nutrition

Carbs vs. fat research update

Carbs vs. fat research update

It’s not often that revolutionary research comes around, but at the Eleventh International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo I think it’s safe to say some interesting science was presented. These results of high vs. low carb diets may not come as a surprise to those who followed my Bayesian PT Courses, but if you’re still stuck in […]

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Recipes

Chicken in Asian Sweet and Sour Sauce

Chicken in Asian Sweet and Sour Sauce

Salty, spicy, sweet and sour chicken. This is chicken in its least bland form. The sweet and thick, almost jelly like sauce combined with the sour and spicy ingredients make this an extremely tasty cutting recipe. When bulking, you can also add white rice with extra sauce. Since everything can be bought in bulk and stored easily, this recipe has […]

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Miscellaneous

The natural muscular potential of women

The natural muscular potential of women

What can you achieve as a female lifter? There seem to be only 2 camps. The general public thinks a woman that touches a loaded barbell will wake up the next day as the SheHulk.     People with a bit more understanding of exercise physiology realize that this is obviously nonsense. One look around you in the average gym […]

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9 Reasons why women should not train like men

9 Reasons why women should not train like men

Since my article on the natural muscular potential of women went viral with over 9000 Likes and hundreds of shares across social media, my inbox has been flooded with the question “How should women train and diet?” Here’s the answer.   But first, to put many of the differences between men and women in context, it helps to understand the […]

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The natural muscular potential of women

The natural muscular potential of women

What can you achieve as a female lifter? There seem to be only 2 camps. The general public thinks a woman that touches a loaded barbell will wake up the next day as the SheHulk.     People with a bit more understanding of exercise physiology realize that this is obviously nonsense. One look around you in the average gym […]

read more

The Alar Scare: A lesson from history

The Alar Scare: A lesson from history

In early 1989, the NRDC released a report on Alar, a chemical used to harvest apples. The report estimated that Alar caused cancer and children were at greater risk. This report was based on a mathematical model with several assumptions that turned out to be flawed. The data set was limited to mice exposed to amounts of Alar far beyond […]

read more

Carbs vs. fat research update

Carbs vs. fat research update

It’s not often that revolutionary research comes around, but at the Eleventh International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo I think it’s safe to say some interesting science was presented. These results of high vs. low carb diets may not come as a surprise to those who followed my Bayesian PT Courses, but if you’re still stuck in […]

read more

The high carb bodybuilding dogma [interview]

The high carb bodybuilding dogma [interview]

In this interview by Primal Edge Health, we discuss: – The use of ketogenic diets for bodybuilders. – The need for carbohydrates during resistance training. – The importance of meal frequency. – Fat intake timing. – My current macros. and many more things.

read more

3 Reasons rows are an inferior exercise for your lats

3 Reasons rows are an inferior exercise for your lats

Ian McCarthy invited me to write a short guest post for his page. Here it is. Post by No Bullshit Bodybuilding.

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Phenibut: The Soviet smart drug

Phenibut: The Soviet smart drug

1963, St.Petersburg, Russia –  A Soviet Union lab scientist by the name of Perekalin synthesizes 3-phenyl-4-aminobutyric acid, an experimental drug intended to calm psychiatric children. 1964 – Professor Khaunma labels the drug Phenigamma and reports the first findings of its tranquilizing effects in the Byulleten Eksperimental’noi Biologii i Meditsiny. 1975 – Phenigamma has spread from clinical practice to public use […]

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