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How To Set Up Your Diet: #3 Micronutrient Considerations & Water

Andy Morgan / Key Set-up , Nutritional Pyramid of Importance / 50 Comment

#1 Calorie Setting, #2 Macro Setting, #3 Micros & Water, #4 Nutrient Timing, #5 Supplements The topic of micronutrition may sound boring but you can’t afford to ignore it. Long-term micronutrient deficiencies will impact your health and torpedo your training efforts. Fortunately it’s doesn’t have to be complicated. By observing a few simple rules of thumb regarding […] Read More »

How To Set Up Your Diet: #2 Macros, Fibre & Alcohol

Andy Morgan / Key Set-up , Nutritional Pyramid of Importance / 183 Comment

#1 Calorie Setting, #2 Macro Setting, #3 Micros & Water, #4 Nutrient Timing, #5 Supplements When people in the industry refer to their ‘macros’ they are talking about the three macronutrients: carbohydrate, protein and fat. You may have heard it said that while energy balance determines whether weight is gained or lost, macronutrients determine whether that […] Read More »

Dreambulkeritis

Andy Morgan / Training Principles , Useful Diet Theory / 49 Comment

Dreams in a tub – “ONE THOUSAND CALORIES, 50g PROTEIN” – … Dream-bulker-itis | drēmˈbʌlkərˈʌɪtɪs | slang  noun Disease where an individual (usually male) suffers deluded notions that the enormous amounts of  weight gained due to purposeful overeating combined with weight training in the winter months is actually mostly muscle, that they can remove the […] Read More »

Nutrition and Training Resources

Andy Morgan / Nutrition Guides , Training Guides / 52 Comment

With so much information online it can be a struggle to separate the good from the bad. Here are what I consider some of the best nutrition and training resources out there. Monthly Research Reviews Making sense of the latest research is exceptionally hard, I trust these guys to do it. These monthly publications slightly geekier than […] Read More »

Do You Need To Take a Diet Break?

Andy Morgan / Making Adjustments / 302 Comment

A diet break is a planned and purposeful break from dieting, anything from one day, up to two weeks. I get all of my clients to take them, as they help prepare them psychologically and physiologically for the next phase of dieting. Adherence is easier, results are better, skip implementing them to your own peril. Everyone […] Read More »