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Eric Wongs MMA training

This guy has been in MMA for ages and has lots of youtube video on training. He just released a program to up your game.
Check it out.

20 tips to help you keep lean

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20 Tips For Torching Fat: Use These Rules Of Thumb To Help You Get Lean

We’ve compiled 20 nutritional tips to help you burn off your unwanted fat and keep it off.

1. Be Multi-Ogranic

Sure, it’s pricier, but organic beef and dairy are worth the extra bucks. U.K. research shows that organic milk has about 70% more omega-3 fatty acids than conventional milk, and a study published in the Journal of Dairy Science found that grass-fed cows produced milk containing 500% more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than cows who ate grain.

Since omega-3s and CLA can both help you drop fat as well as gain muscle, it makes sense to shell out the extra cash for organic cheese, cottage cheese, milk, and yogurt as well as grass-fed beef.

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How to Adopt an All Or Nothing Attitude

How to Adopt an All Or Nothing Attitude (And How It Can Level Up Your Life) –  April 16 by Paul Jun

There comes a point in life where your back is against the wall, options are running low…and you have to act — it’s now or never.You’ve been slacking, putting things on hold that are high priority, and following your passion just seems like a hopeless dream.I was in this situation a few years ago: I was a failing college student with no passions, goals, or any idea of where I was heading.

That’s when I decided to adopt an “All Or Nothing” attitude. 

To Get Ahead, Do 21 Things That Others Don’t

Via: time management ninja
Many people want to get ahead.

Yet, most sit back and critique those who are successful.
They wonder how a few are able to excel where the majority struggle.
Ironically, there is no big secret. It is simple really.
Those who succeed do what other people do not.

They even do the things that other people will not

10 Stubborn Exercise Myths That Won’t Die, Debunked By Science

VIA: lifehacker.

“No pain, no gain!” “You’ll never bulk up without supplements.” “Crunches are the key to six-pack abs!” It seems there are more questions and half-truths in the market about healthy exercise than there are clear, definitive facts — but the exercise industry is a multi-billion dollar business, built partially on selling gadgets and DVDs with incredible claims to people desperate to lose weight or look attractive. Meanwhile, good workout plans and simple truths lurk in the background waiting for their time to shine. All of this results in lots of misinformation about exercise. We’re taking some of those commonly-held exercise myths to task, and we have science to back us up. Let’s get started.

via lifehacker. 


Insulin an Undeserved Bad Reputation


Insulin is a hormone that regulates the levels of sugar in your blood. When you eat a meal, the carbohydrate in the meal is broken down into glucose (a sugar used as energy by your cells). The glucose enters your blood. Your pancreas senses the rising glucose and releases insulin. Insulin allows the glucose to enter your liver, muscle, and fat cells. Once your blood glucose starts to come back down, insulin levels come back down too. This cycle happens throughout the day. You eat a meal, glucose goes up, insulin goes up, glucose goes down, and insulin goes down. Insulin levels are typically lowest in the early morning since it’s usually been at least 8 hours after your last meal.

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Proper Way to Squat

What’s the Proper Way to Squat – Q&A

Question: What is the proper way to squat?
Answer: It depends.

Here is the answers. Idf you want even more info there look at this

Why Sugar Makes Us Sleepy (And Protein Wakes Us Up)

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“Why Sugar Makes Us Sleepy (And Protein Wakes Us Up)” – READ!

Fix your squat.

Please, Squat like a man

Fix your squat.