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The reverse dieting debate ft. Eric Helms, Layne Norton & Peter Fischen

The reverse dieting debate ft. Eric Helms, Layne Norton & Peter Fischen

It’s up!     Many of the references and who-says-what-when are in the description field below the video on Youtube.

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Best of social media 2015 III

Best of social media 2015 III

Here are the top posts from my social media (Facebook and Twitter) of October to the end of 2015, selected based on a combination of Likes, shares, comments, feedback and personal preference.   1. A casual pic   2. Lonnie wins the Danish nationals and can do more pull-ups than the average yoga class combined   3. Heart health dogma […]

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4 More big bodybuilding myths

4 More big bodybuilding myths

Click here to read Part 1 of this series: 3 Reasons You Should Be Bodybuilding Bodybuilding. The word immediately evokes distaste in many people. Bronzed, oiled up men in thongs showing off their clearly unnaturally large bodies…and women that look just like men. I understand the stigma, yet I consider myself a bodybuilder. In part 2 of this series I’ll show you […]

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HER Body interview about supplementation and carb tolerance

HER Body interview about supplementation and carb tolerance

In this HER Body™ episode Alex invites physique coach, Menno Henselmans, to discuss the differences he sees in working with women and men. He explains how he gauges a woman’s metabolic and carb tolerance when first starting them on a program. Both coaches additionally discuss the essential supplementation that most women should incorporate for optimal health, including dosages and importance of […]

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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 […]

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