General Nutrition Knowledge
There are some nutrition concepts that apply to both fat loss and muscle growth. In this section, we've compiled videos, articles and other resources for you to learn the basics of nutrition.
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In this video I’m going to share my plan for getting shredded this summer and help you do that as well. Transcript: I’ve been bulking for more than 6 months and I went from 75kg in January to 81kg a few days ago. Now I’m probably around 14-15% body fat and I never bulk above…Click Here to Read More
A great looking male body has two ingredients: 1. A Low Body Fat Percentage 2. Solid Muscle Development When you put these two ingredients together you get a physique like the guys in the photo above – slim waist, thick shoulders and upper back muscles, masculine square chest, well developed arms and athletic legs. One ingredient…Click Here to Read More
In recent years the arguments about meal frequency have started to wane off. I’m so glad about that haha. Now that we know we can choose our prefered diet structure as long as we hit our macros, we can make our diet fit our lifestyle not the other way around. That’s great for adherence and consistency (which leads to…Click Here to Read More
Can I eat chocolate on a cut? If it fits your macros targets, then go ahead. Can I eat pizza while gaining muscle? If it fits your macros, yes. Can I eat cheesecake without gaining fat? IIFYM. Can I eat peanut butter while cutting? IIFYM!!! This is how the IIFYM acronym and trend was born.…Click Here to Read More
If your goal is to get shredded, your main focus during a cut should not be just weight loss, it should be fat loss with muscle maintenance. Losing weight doesn’t necessarily mean your body composition (the fat to muscle ratio in your body) is improving. That is because some of the lost weight may actually…Click Here to Read More