Carnivore Nutrients, Blood Glucose Spikes, Caloric Deficits | THRR012

Make your health an act of rebellion and join the community here. Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS This episode of The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by Vital Farms. Eating clean? Vital Farms Pasture-Raised Ghee is lactose-, casein- and gluten-free. Equipping you with the taste of butter and the functionality of a… Continue Reading ...
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These Funny Home Renovations Didn’t Quite Turn Out As Planned

There comes a time when every homeowner decided to make some changes to their houses. That is why they hire home remodelers to do the renovations. Unfortunately, some workers do the opposite of what they were contracted to do. Continue scrolling to see the wonders that these home renovators did. It turns out that all […] The post These Funny Home Renovations Didn’t Quite Turn Out As Planned appeared first on HyperActivz. ...
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3 Strategies for Optimizing Mechanical Tension

Don't get hung up on one particular style of training but use variety of different exercises, rep ranges, and training styles. While chasing the pump is undoubtedly an effective way to stimulate hypertrophy, it’s not the only way to make your muscles grow. Mechanical tension, the force created when a muscle contracts isotonically against a load, is also a potent stimulator of muscle growth and should be incorporated into your weight training routine for maximal development.   read more ...
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Write Your Training Programs Like a Book

A training cycle, like a story, has a beginning, middle, and end, and each has elements that are necessary for it to work. Do you remember your high school English class? When your teacher first taught you how to write an essay, they probably began first with how to create an outline. Once you format your outline, it will be easier to organize and fill in the details. With a framework to guide your thought process, you can write an entire essay from beginning to end.   read more ...
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Prepare for Takeoff With the Deadlift Checklist

For most people, the deadlift looks like someone just walks up and pulls a bar off the floor, but that is already a misconception: it is a push, not a pull. The deadlift is an essential human skill. Learn to deadlift well, and you’ll save yourself years of back pain from lifting babies and groceries off the floor wrong. Better still, learn to hinge and then deadlift, and you’ll open up a tremendous world of strength, power, and higher quality movement.    read more ...
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6 Essential Mindsets For Getting Back In Shape

Once you learn to master your mindset you’ll gain the fluidity and inner resources to dominate your goals. Getting back in shape is a specific challenge that requires specific mindsets. Trust me, I’ve done it a bunch of times. Back in my twenties, I’d go hard for a year or two with something like boxing or jiu-jitsu, then be a bum for a year, then train for a half marathon or something. Lately, I’m in a much more steady, sustainable rhythm with my workouts. But back then I wanted to try a bunch of different stuff, and one thing that meant was getting back in shape—and getting in different kinds of shape—relatively often.   read more ...
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