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Shocking Steak - fine grilled panner/chicken with your choice of sauce served with herbed rice and sauteed veggies.
An absolute chartbuster - highly cherished by our senior wizards. :)
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@Regran_ed from @iqphysique96 - ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I heard a follower was trying out the blood type diet the other day.
No. Please no.
If fat loss is stalling, a fad diet, especially one that is not based on any real evidence, is not the way to go.
The blood-type diet is a diet that suggests you have to eat a certain way based on your blood type. While the blood-type diet itself may assist with cardiometabolic health outcomes, that's because you are just having a balanced diet and eating fewer calories.
Wang et al. (2014) found that there is no association between the effects of the blood-type diet and your actual blood type.
Let me summarize this in the words of Dr. Brad Schoenfeld: "Choosing a diet based on your blood type is like deciding on what gas to put into your car based on its color".
@Regran_ed from @deskboundtherapy - TOP 5 GYM MISTAKES BY 💥@deskboundtherapy 💥
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✅These are my top 5 gym mistakes I often see made on a weekly basis.
❌ Not timing your rest periods is a huge mistakes as rest is a very important training variable that can me use to measure working capacity and recovery.
❌ Skipping warm up and cool down is a big no-no. Spend quality time warming up and cooling down after training for mobility, recovery and injury prevention!
❌ Dont lift more than you can control with good form. It's not impressive when you get injured. Back off the weight and focus on form first.
❌ Not logging you workout is a huge mistake and can stall progress big time. Write down everything from rest periods, weight, RPE 💪🏻
❌ don't underestimate the value of rest days, under-recovery can hurt your gains and lead to more time out of the gym.
@Regran_ed from @bretcontreras1 - Are you a physique competitor who is a victim of terrible advice from your prep coach? Maybe you are, but are not yet aware that there’s a better way.
Now that I’m working with hundreds of bikini competitors, I’m blown away by how horrendous the coaching is out there. Here’s the cycle:
1️⃣ You work hard to put on muscle mass on your own.
2️⃣ Your coach prescribes you tons of cardio and puts you on a freakishly low calorie diet. The resistance training routine sucks and the coach never looks at your form or asks if you’re progressing.
3️⃣ Your coach runs you into the ground, but you actually look pretty good because of the hard work you did on your own prior to working with said coach.
4️⃣ Because of the overemphasis on starvation and cardio and underemphasis on proper resistance training, you lose muscle and shape, and you look a little bit worse at each successive show.
5️⃣ Since you’re losing muscle, the only way for you to look competitive is to keep coming in lighter and lighter. You’re metabolism diminishes due to decreased muscle mass and NEAT. Eventually, your coach might even suggest that you go on Anavar, T3, and/or Clenbuterol because he’s too ignorant to realize that it’s his inferior program that’s making you look worse.
6️⃣ Now you’re devastated because you’re working so hard but backtracking.
If this sounds familiar, fire your incompetent coach and find someone who actually studies the science of physique training and cares about you as a human being. The only reason why many of these coaches do well is that they inherit already-successful clients, they take on hundreds of clients and highlight the select few who place well, and/or push drugs on their competitors.
Proper progressive resistance training should be the backbone of any physique competitor’s program. Muscle creates shape and enhances the metabolism.
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