Simple Salmon & Sweet Potatoes Recipe

Salmon, Sweet Potato and Broccoli

You will notice with these recipes that the ingredients are kept to a bare minimum. This is ideal if you don’t often prepare food at home and need only the basics. It is of course up to you should you wish to add herbs, spices or sauces to the Salmon and Sweet Potato recipe. Salmon is a great source of ...
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StrongLifts 5 x 5

Another very popular bodybuilding/strength routine is called StrongLifts 5 x 5, which as you guessed it, involves doing 5 sets of 5 reps. The article can be found here. As with all good workout programs, it centres around Five Big Lifts. Back Squat – Bench Press – Deadlift – Overhead Press – Barbell Row This is a very basic yet ...
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Westside For Skinny Bastards (WS4SB)

The “Westside” Template is by Joe DeFranco and can be found here. It is a three day layout and this template is designed for ATHLETES. By that I mean they have sport specific training and conditioning sessions several times a week, so three lifting sessions is plenty. The basic setup is below. Feel free to move the days around but ...
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Wendler’s 5/3/1

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The Program I don’t want to immediately send you away from the page but you can see the original Wendler’s 5/3/1 ProgramĀ here. The workouts revolve around Four Key Lifts: Back Squat – Deadlift – Bench Press – Overhead Press Beyond that I personally recommend Four Assistance Lifts: Back Squat – Romanian Deadlifts – Bent Over Row – Chin Ups/Pull Ups ...
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Low Carb Performance – Book Review

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For those of you who have heard of the Ketogenic Diet, this is a great book. The diet involves reducing your carbohydrate intake to the point where your body becomes “fat adapted” and burns more fat as fuel. This is a nutritional strategy employed by a lot of triathletes and ultra-marathon runners, as you can fuel your body in a ...
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Sugar: The Bitter Truth (Video)

Sugar: The Bitter Truth A great presentation by Dr Ludwig on the Dangers of Sugar. Notes: 0 to 10 mins The average person today weighs 25lbs more than the average person did 25 years ago. Leptin is a hormone that comes from your fat cells and signals to your brain that you are full In 1982, The AHA, AMA and ...
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Interesting Articles Across The Internet

My intention with this website is to further your knowledge and understanding of a topic. Rather than reproduce information that is already on the internet, i’ve linked to existing articles which I hope you find interesting. 1. Goal Setting – James Clear (Article) James covers the idea that goal setting can sometimes be counter productive. It can give you the ...
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Why 92% of People Fail Their New Years Resolutions (2)

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New Year’s Resolution Mistake 5: Copying an Ill-Fitting Routine Not everyone works the same way. Some people thrive on discipline and routine, others prefer randomness. Some people have small pockets of free time, some have it all at the end of the week. If you only have half an hour spare every evening, use that time to work on your ...
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Why 92% of People Fail Their New Year’s Resolutions

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Have You Ever Failed A New Year’s Resolution? GOOD NEWS. You’re not alone. BAD NEWS. Unless you’re aware of the nine BIGGEST mistakes then it’ll probably happen again. In fact, for every 100 people that STARTĀ a resolution in January, 66 have STOPPED by February. (Only EIGHT last the whole year). New Year’s Resolution Mistake 1: Setting The Bar Too High ...
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How To Do A Stomach Vacuum (For A Stronger Core)

how to do stomach vacuums

If you’ve never tried a stomach vacuum before, you’re in for a treat. I did these ten times a day for a month and this is what I learned: The Background A stomach vacuum is achieved by breathing all the air out your lungs and then pulling your stomach in without breathing in. This works your TVA, or Transverse Abdominis, ...
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