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The Case for Vigorous Movement – For Those Not Motivated by Pure Vanity

The Case for Vigorous Movement – For Those Not Motivated by Pure Vanity

This is the monster article I mentioned a while back. I got inspired to write it after reading this 52 page research, Role of Inactivity in Chronic Diseases: Evolutionary Insight and Pathophysiological Mechanisms. A real page-turner. And heavily referenced in this article. Here’s what to expect: Part I is about the benefits of participating in frequent vigorous movement, beyond of the “to look good on Instagram”. Yes, for most people a part of training motivation is the vanity aspect. That’s cool….

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Good vs Bad Fitness Hacks

Good vs Bad Fitness Hacks

We love hacks. The quick fixes, the shortcuts, the simple solutions that promise to solve our most complex issues. Most hacks give us a false sense of hope that we can skip the long road ahead. They lure us away from the actual work in hopes of an easier way.

Simple Way to Improve Joint Health

Simple Way to Improve Joint Health

Mad finger joints  Before I unleash this monster of a post to your eyeballs: I am experimenting a new posting schedule. I’ll try to make every second post a more technical, relevant to what I am studying yadi yadi yadi stuff. That being said, if you bear reading through them you will get value out of of each one. If you feel like a certain post is not for you, come back for the next one and hopefully it is something…

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Movement Integrity and Why It Matters

Movement Integrity and Why It Matters

I’ve missed a chance working with a person because I wasn’t willing to put them through the latest gut-wrenching, head-exploding, high intensity workout that they’ve seen on TV or in magazines. I’ve lost clients because at the end of their session they were not spitting their pancreas out on the gym floor.

Practical Thoughts on Winning in Lifting and Eating

Practical Thoughts on Winning in Lifting and Eating

Last week’s blog had more of a philosophical and “change your thinking” sort of feel to it, so I thought that it would be helpful to follow up with a more practical post. So here you have it.

Thoughts On… IV: Fat Loss and Movement

Thoughts On… IV: Fat Loss and Movement

Once again t’s time to collect my random thoughts in a bullet point format and set them free for the world (hey mum!) to see. These are random notes that I keep on Evernote. Every now and then I go through them all to see what I’ve been thinking on. Here’s the latest on fat loss and training. Enjoy!

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