Category Archives for "Bodybuilding"
Snatches are awesome, for a host of different reasons. I’m going to cover all of them below, but first I want to talk more generally and overcome some of the common objections to doing Olympic lifts in your training. I’m not a Weightlifter/Crossfitter, I just wanna get swole (bro!). That’s cool and admittedly nobody ever got […]Continue reading
Increasing your strength potential is a process of slow adaptation via consistency and progressive overload. Importantly, there’s a key word in the last sentence: potential. You may already know that we are much stronger than we will ever display in normal life or even in the gym. Our muscles have the potential to do super-human things, but […]Continue reading
So, I just saw Mike comment on this post by Jason at Any Man Fitness on Twitter and in my Modafinil’d up state felt compelled to write a post. Sidenote: I swear I could write a daily blog just of insights, realisations and personal anecdotes I get from reading Danger & Play. It’s amazing finding […]Continue reading
This is my 23andMe review. 23 and me is a genetics testing company. If you’re something of a curious so and so like myself, and you’re interested in optimum health or performance, you have probably wondered what your genetics really say about you. In recent years, since the complete human genome was mapped, it […]Continue reading
From the medical dictionary: Aerobic exercise: a type of physical activity that increases the heart rate and promotes increased use of oxygen in order to improve the overall body condition. So aerobic exercise – or cardio – is anything that increases heart rate and breathing rate. That would be…essentially anything that is not sleeping or being […]Continue reading