The gym isn’t a game of who can go the hardest. Intensity helps, but it isn’t the end game.
The myth of a good night’s sleep may well be the most frustrating, unforgiving code to crack in the fitness lifestyle. But it’s not the sort of challenge you can afford to sidestep.
A diet this restrictive is bound to cause a few casualties along the way. If not in the first few weeks, then at least when it’s pushed into the long term.
I’m delighted with these guys for pushing on in spite of 2020, and keeping the spark throughout. There’s no need to put the brakes on for a lockdown.
The person you dreamt up in your head, whether that’s with two stone less blubber, an extra stone of pure muscle, isn’t going to feel that great once you finally get there.
Carnivore may look like the natural stepping stone for those already on a ketogenic diet, but does it come at the cost of ketosis?
As things stand, it’s still perched high as the second-best thing that’s ever happened to me. But an all-meat diet hasn’t been the perfect ride.
Ditch the modern diets and return to the ancestral way. Lose fat by the bucket. Build a mountain of muscle. Wrap up your transformation in a matter of months.
Build the body fit for an apex predator. Staying in action isn’t an option. It’s a necessity.