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IT’S TIME – SASQUATCH MODE – FROM 365 to 229 LBS. – PLATEAUS – DIETS – GET BIG

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Buy something https://shop.spreadshirt.com/Benoni This video is a run through of many things. I go over being 365 LBS. and getting down to 229 LBS. Talk about the Anabolic Diet, low carb and keto diets, and carb night/carb cycling. I go over ideas to try when you hit a plateau with your diet and training. I go over my plans to switch up my diet and try to gain strength instead of just training for fat ….  Read More

Do Alkaline Diets Actually Help You Train Harder? | Straight Facts With Jerry Brainum

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Any serious lifter is aware of “the burn” – that moment when your muscles are on fire and you can barely put up another set. Some people incorrectly attribute this as part of the pump. The reality is that the burn is actually from lactic acid in your muscles. It causes soreness and it’s what causes you to eventually have to “give up” when you’ve maxed out. So is there a way to stave off ….  Read More

How Intestinal Bacteria Can Be Secretly Making You Fat | Straight Facts

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Bodybuilders and fitness advocates need to pay very close attention to every aspect of their body. And while bodybuilders are very disciplined about their diets, their training, and their overall lifestyle in order to build the best physique possible… they can be largely missing out on one particular aspect of the body – the intestines. Known as the intestinal microbiome – the thousands of bacteria that live in your intestines and colon have a large ….  Read More