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Continuously driven…how to stay hungry

Continuously driven…how to stay hungry

It’s amazing how only two words can kick your ass like that. ‘’stay hungry’’. Especially coming from the man that is the one reason why I started lifting, some 24 years ago. Actually, I started looking at muscle magazines at maybe 8 years old; don’t ask me why because I really don’t know. All I remember is seeing them train hard, the intensity, huge weights, perfect physiques, the sacrifices, the baggy pants (Gator...

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7 tips for a stress free day

7 tips for a stress free day

Stress has become a major concern in almost everybody’s life. Even though you think you are not stressed, you may be more than you think. Although I could get into very specific details of the how and why you may be stressed and how it affects your body and mind, I won’t because the whole point of this post is to lead you toward a stress free day. However, you have to understand the fact that some of you may go through a great deal of...

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So you think you can give advice?

So you think you can give advice?

It seems like everybody has their own opinion on every subject, expert or not, but when you can hide behind a computer screen thousand miles away from everyone who give a crap about what you are saying, it is easy to look like a jack of all trade but master of none. Let me give you an example, Charles Poliquin, one of the most respected strength coach in the industry posted his opinion, which he supported with some pretty descent research,...

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Your blood can’t lie.

Your blood can’t lie.

There is something very wrong when you ask your doctor for a D3 test (25(OH)D), and you see him reach for a latex glove and he asks you to bend over (for those of you who never did it, it’s supposed to be tested with a blood panel), when your nutritionist tells you that it is healthy to eat 6 to 10 portions of cereals a day or when a woman goes for a prostate exam (prescribed by a doctor). But the worst one is probably a pregnant woman...

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For past, present and future generations…

For past, present and future generations…

This is for the past generations, who complain about the new generations and those to come. I often hear parents and the elderly complain about how kids came about, how they don’t care about their future, the environment, their health, etc. The fact of the matter is that somebody had to show them… We get our influences from somewhere, and let me tell you that it’s not getting better. My wife is a phys. Ed. teacher in high school...

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