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January 12, 2015 04:56

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Paul
Paul
November 23, 2014 12:33

Can you make a guide on reverse dieting?

Anders
Anders
November 17, 2014 02:33

Hi Andy!

Random question, but why don’t you have any videos of yourself working out?
I’d like to see how your workout routine goes and how much you lift.

Take Master Berkhan for example. He has many vids of himself doing heavy deadlifts, squats and other stuff.
He also has a good amount of pictures.

Would also want to see how your physique looks today.

Cheers!

tuna
tuna
October 22, 2014 09:51

Hey Andy!

I hate to ask this: Once in awhile, I have trouble when lowering the bar during deadlift. The bar tends to roll away from my shin once it’s placed on the floor. Any tips or ideas from your clients who also had this problem? It tends to only happen when it’s above 300lbs. Since it rolls away, I always have to stand up and walk closer to the bar.

Thanks for always answering through the comments!

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Don’t Make It About The Money
October 22, 2014 03:34

[…] Client Katsu taking 1st in the Masters Class (Full interview) […]

Florin B.
Florin B.
October 20, 2014 19:01

Hi Andy,

I was wandering if Katsu has used at any time a waist belt for training. I find today wearing one can make push seriously harder on Squats than without.

Mary
Mary
October 17, 2014 15:05

Thanks again Andy, for trying to give me advice on how to solve my dilemma.
I understand that lack of sufficient information can lead to wrong assumptions, so no offense taken!! 🙂
I will have a listen to “The Return of Leigh Peele” and read The Nutritional Hierarchy of Importance for fat loss & muscle growth.
Best wishes!!!

Jules
Jules
October 16, 2014 01:39

Just out of curiosity why don’t you coach women?

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October 15, 2014 18:55

[…] Client Katsu taking 1st in the Masters Class (Full interview) […]

Mary
Mary
October 15, 2014 11:22

What can a person do when trying to lose inches of the abs and obliques, and nothing seems to work?? I’ve been switching up my cardio, 20 minutes on elliptical, doing high intensity for 2 minutes, low intensity for 1 1/2 minutes, using the treadmill, doing the hill for 30 minutes, and on other days, the stairmaster for 20 minutes, but I cannot put up the intensity too high on this one.
I am a diabetic and sometimes I have to have something to bring up my sugar at a time when I shouldn’t be eating any food. I work out with weights first, then do cardio.
Any suggestions?

Mary
Mary
October 16, 2014 17:42
Reply to  Andy Morgan

Hi Andy, thanks for trying to answer my question, but I understand that there are many variables involved but to say what you wrote here“diabetic“is that you’re fat or obese. I mentioned that I am a diabetic; I have had type 1 diabetes for 24 years now and in no way am I obese!
Just because a person is “diabetic”, does NOT mean that they are obese. I have an athletic build and have been working out for many years now.
I do thank you for trying to answer my question.

Isaias
Isaias
August 26, 2015 03:18
Reply to  Andy Morgan

I’d like to leave this here, just as a piece of complementary information:
https://www.leangains.com/2007/10/my-training-methodology-and-if-for.html

Michael knight
Michael knight
October 14, 2014 21:32

Hey mate, great article.

I was wondering what your thoughts are on training twice a week, day one doing high volume upper with low volume heavy squats. And day 2 doing high volume squats with heavy low volume upper?
Im using Dips chins and squats as my core lifts. Pressing low volume once a week.

Thanks.

tehlolcat
tehlolcat
October 14, 2014 17:56

Great read! How tall is Katsu? His lifts are very impressing for a 65kg guy!

Tim Goodman
Tim Goodman
October 14, 2014 17:35

Great article Andy!

Keep them coming.

I quite like you interspersing the factual/science based articles with client stories.

It gives a great idea of real world application in my view.

It’s also good to have a perspective on ‘lessons learnt’ so I can apply them to myself or indeed recognise I’m not the only one!

Appreciated as always!

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