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Tools of Titans – Book Review

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Tools of Titans is a collection of tips and tricks from the 200+ highly successful podcast guests Tim Ferris has interviewed. From Billionaires to professional athletes and actors, each guest is profiled in 3-5 pages of important information conveyed during their 1-2 hour interview. Tim’s podcast episodes have surpassed 200 million downloads, and once you hear them you can understand …

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Best Foods To Gain Muscle And Lose Fat

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 8 – Best Foods To Gain Muscle And Lose Fat Protein Sources Although not essential, something everyone seems to be taking is a Protein Powder. If it doesn’t cause stomach problems go for Whey, …

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Spiking Insulin For Muscle Growth

Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 6 – Spiking Insulin For Muscle Growth Insulin When you eat carbohydrate, the food will get broken down into glucose (sugar), which goes into the bloodstream. If you have a jam doughnut it ends …

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7 Habits Of Highly Effective People – Book Review

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This book offers a structured approach to improving your life. The habits improve your organisational skills, people skills and critical thinking, which can be used in both career and personal life. They are lessons in personal change, which can be practised and tackled one habit at a time. Book thirteen is… The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen …

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Four Day Fast-Mimicking Diet: The Results

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The Fast-Mimicking Diet I first heard about Fast-Mimicking from Dom D’Agostino as a guest on a podcast (Ben Greenfield Fitness). He then popped up in the Tim Ferriss podcast, as did Dr Rhonda Patrick who had this to say: “When it comes to fasting there are a few things that really differentiate it from a Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) …

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The Happiness Hypothesis – Book Review

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This book delves into the mechanisms behind our emotions and the role they play in happiness. I found it to be an easy read with some fascinating insights. I’m aware of the research into “things” being less value for money than “experiences”, but this goes further. The Law of Diminishing Returns states that the enjoyment of a possession decreases the …

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What Supplements Should I Take?

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The Supplement Industry is a Multi-Billion Pound Business. Sadly, the vast majority of Supplements on the Market are useless, if not actually BAD for us. Marketers have seen the opportunity to peddle ANYTHING in pill form, because we live in a world of quick fixes and magic remedies. If you want to see a huge amount of research done on supplement …

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Calculating Your Macro-Nutrient Needs

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 2 – Calculating Macro-Nutrient Needs If you’ve been an A+ student you’ll have a few days of calorie counting experience, which will make this lesson MUCH more fulfilling. I STRONGLY recommend you check Lesson …

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Seven Rules For Counting Calories

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 1 – Calorie Counting If there is one piece of advice i’d give to someone looking to lose fat it’s to count your calories. This is not a practice reserved for slightly chubby young …

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Why You Should Be Taking Vitamin D Supplements

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What Is Vitamin D? Commonly called “The Sunshine Vitamin”, Vitamin D is something your body can produce from exposure to sunlight. It helps your body to use calcium in order to build strong bones.  Vitamin D is also responsible for supporting your immune system. It’s estimated that 1 in 33 cases of the common cold would be prevented in the …

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