If things aren’t going the way you want, then ask yourself how you can create a new routine or change your environment and start working towards success.
Here’s what I want to share with you this week:
#1: This week’s blog post
all about post workout nutrition i.e. the food you eat after your workout – this article looks at what it is, why you need it, what you should eat & how important it is. Read it.
This podcast with Dr Andy Galpin
from the Joe Rogan Experience podcast for interesting and thought-provoking conversations on training & nutrition. A great listen for any fitness enthusiast. It’s episode #996.
This fallacy discussed in the podcast: the authority fallacy (also known as appeal to authority
) is the idea that something must be true because it is believed by someone who is an “authority”
on the subject. This is rife in the fitness industry.
Example: when someone says that the Ketogenic diet is the only way to lose fat and you find yourself buying into it because they’re in great shape and appear to be speaking from a position of authority.
Even when science shows the Ketogenic diet is not superior
compared to other diets and experience has shown us that different things work for different people.
This full-body stretch routine
video by Tom Merrick of Bodyweight Warrior. It’s the routine I’ve been using as part of my renewed commitment to work on my flexibility, mobility and well-being.
This book that I’ve just finished reading. ‘Can’t Hurt Me’
by David Goggins is a rollercoaster of a read and created as a roadmap to breaking down your own mental barriers to become, as he puts it, “uncommon amongst the uncommon.”
This dude is beyond inspirational
and has lived one hell of a life, the book is easy to read, thoroughly enjoyable and completely actionable if you’re looking for a no-nonsense way to get your shit together.
These blogs posts on alcohol and fat loss
& alcohol and muscle building
to help you navigate the summer without messing up your progress. It was 30+ degrees in London this week, beer gardens and cold drinks are becoming the go-to things to do. Be prepared.
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