General Knowledge for Fitness Success
Besides setting your diet and training, getting a great physique requires a few more skills such as estimating your body fat percentage, knowing how to track progress, knowing whether you should cut or bulk, and more. In this section, we've compiled videos, articles and other resources for you to learn how to become your own fitness coach.
The ThinkEatLift Store
We have compiled a set of books and courses in which we wholeheartedly believe. We use them, and we want to give you the opportunity to use them too. Check out all of our "General Fitness" ThinkEatLift approved courses in our new Shop.
RECENT GENERAL FITNESS ARTICLES
Links mentioned in the video: The Greek God Program The Path to your Goal Physique Depending on your current physique, you’ll need to take different steps to reach your goal. If you start from a high body fat percentage, your first move will obviously be to cut. If you start from a very skinny physique,…Click Here to Read More
*You can find the links mentioned in the video at the end of the post. Getting to a low body fat is difficult. As I’m sure you’ve noticed, only a few of the guys that start a cut actually succeed getting below 10% bf. The majority quit half way through. But maintaining 8-10% body fat once you get…Click Here to Read More
Links mentioned in the video: The Path to your Goal Physique The Greek God Program Arm training is probably the most misunderstood part of working out. Actually no, ab training is the most misunderstood part of working out but arms are definitely close in second place. In every gym you find the same thing: All…Click Here to Read More
In the summer 2013 I reached a point where I was completely disoriented about fat loss and muscle growth. I had read so much conflicting information online I didn’t know what to believe anymore. I remember I followed celebrity workouts at the time. One day I googled “Ryan Reynolds body workout” because I was impressed by his…Click Here to Read More
When people fail to get lean, they very rarely take responsibility. It’s hard to acknowledge that we’re not disciplined. Blaming our metabolism or hormones makes us feel better about ourselves. But deep down we know it’s out fault. A calorie deficit always leads to fat loss. No matter if you eat carbs or fats, clean or…Click Here to Read More
Muscle growth is not determined only by how heavy you train, how many reps you do, or how much time you spend in the gym. Volume, Intensity and Frequency are equally important, and together create the stimulus that leads to growth. Focusing on only one of them means missing the forest for the trees. The Debate…Click Here to Read More