Tip 3 Carbohydrates

Reduce carbohydrate intake to between 0.8 -1.2 grams per pound of lean bodyweight depending on how active you are. Below is a simple table you can use to estimate your carbohydrate requirements. These numbers are not set in stone but do provide a good guideline to calculate your diet. Four Days 0.8 - 1.0 grams 11.0 grams In the middle column you can see your gram amounts based on performing weight training alone and in the far right column the gram amounts if you participate in weight training...

Recommendations

There is no doubt that guggul lipids are an interesting topic with potentially useful applications, such as reducing total cholesterol and triglyceride levels. The lack of modern research examining the effects of guggul on weight loss, combined with lack luster feedback, is a problem but certainly does not mean it is worthless. The mixed feedback may be due to several of the following issues - (a) Thyroid is clearly essential for the regulation of metabolic rate weight loss, there are many...

What does the research have to say

Research with GH has been both interesting and conflicting. However, the bulk of research with actual injections of GH is compelling. In populations who have reduced GH levels - such as the elderly - injections of GH have been shown to increase skin thickness and elasticity, improve healing time and reduce infection rates after surgery, decrease body fat, increase muscle mass, increase bone density, improve cholesterol levels (by decreasing LDL cholesterol and increasing HDL cholesterol), and...

Incorporating CTNL Reps Into a Workout

So how do we use this seemingly simple rep style in a workout A properly done CTNL rep has a cadence or rhythm to it. A person who can do CTNL reps well will make the first rep look almost identical to the last rep. The entire set has a cadence to it. When doing the CTNL rep you should take about 3-4 seconds for the eccentric (negative) part of the movement and 2 seconds for the concentric (positive) part of the movement. If you look at the typical set of the typical aspiring bodybuilder, you...

Phase 1 Conditioning

Phase one is designed for total beginners, people with very limited time, or people who are satisfied with their fitness level and just want to maintain it. Phase one can be as easy or hard as it needs to be for the beginner or intermediate weight trainer. It can also be a nice change of pace for advanced weight trainers. Phase one consists of training the whole body, two to three days per week, two to four sets per body part usually two sets each of two exercises . Reps are kept in the 8 to 12...

Peptide Fm

Peptide FM, also known as Globin digest, is made from the protease enzyme treatment of certain proteins to create peptides oligopeptides of a specific length and sequence. Peptide FM is derived from various proteins, including cows blood yuk . Peptide FM is supposed to be able to reduce fat deposition from both the intake of fat and carbohydrates in the diet at both the digestive and cellular level. In theory, Peptide FM inhibits lipogenesis fat storage in both liver and adipose fat tissue as...

Does SP really block the conversion of testosterone to DHT

Perhaps Saw Palmetto's best known sales pitch to bodybuilders and other athletes is its supposed ability to prevent the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone DHT . The story goes like this The male hormone testosterone converts to the more powerful androgen DHT via the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase 5ar 4 . DHT is known to be a strong factor in the development of several problems many men face such as the aforementioned male pattern baldness and BPH. So, finding something that blocks the...

Beginners Intermediate 3 Phase Training Guide

This report is divided into roughly two parts. The first section is for people who have some basic to moderate knowledge about weight training, but could use specific advice about constructing a routine and choice of exercises. The second part is geared more toward advanced weight trainers and bodybuilders who have experience and knowledge about weight training routines, but haven't found or have overlooked a key ingredient to getting the most out of their routines. As a writer for various...