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Avoiding Neural and Metabolic Fatigue by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 03 Dec 2010 2:38pm Hi James! I found your Hypertrophy Program for Ectomorphs article in Bodybulding.com. What abdominal and cardio workout would you recommend for this program. Thanks! Edgar My Answer: Both ab exercises and cardio are very taxing for the ectomorph, and they are taxing for very different reasons. Ab exercises work your nervous s ... Read on »
Further Adventures with Leptin by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 9:44am I mentioned a few of the working hypotheses for avoiding leptin resistance in my posts last week, including fructose and lectin avoidance, getting adequate nightly sleep, and eating at or above maintenance levels – or at least throwing in periodic carb refeeds – but there’s even more involved in establishing a good relationship with your leptin ... Read on »
How to Deal with Overtraining by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 2:33pm By Mark Sisson The thing about overtraining is that it exists on a spectrum, without clear-cut rules or boundaries. As I said last week, sufficient training volume is entirely subjective, and it’s constantly changing depending on an individual trainee’s goals, nutrition, sleep habits, stress levels, and injury status. What worked well for ... Read on »
How to Deal with Overtraining by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 9:18am The thing about overtraining is that it exists on a spectrum, without clear-cut rules or boundaries. As I said last week, sufficient training volume is entirely subjective, and it’s constantly changing depending on an individual trainee’s goals, nutrition, sleep habits, stress levels, and injury status. What worked well for the last three month ... Read on »
Seven cardio sins... by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm Is cardio the answer for fat loss? There are many different views on what type of cardio is best, as well as how long and how often you need to perform it if you’re trying to lose weight. And what if you’re trying to bulk up? Will cardio undermine your efforts? The number of theories out there is enough to make your head spin. Here are some co ... Read on »
10-8-6-15 and Krav Maga by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:00am "Hi Mr. Chan, "I want to know if I follow the Hypertrophy Training for Ectomorphs program and I go twice a week to my Krav Maga lessons (which involve a lot of cardio), then am I facing overtraining and less hypertrophy? Just for info, I'm preparing for the RCMP cadet program. Am I on the right track with this?" "Thanks a lot. Your work ... Read on »
The Negative Impacts of Overtraining by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 04 May 2011 4:35am There is no question that working out has so many benefits. When it comes to working out properly, there are many things you are going to need to know. For example, what you should be consuming, how to move as you do exercises, how many sets you should be doing, how much weight you should be lifting, and the list goes on. One thing that many do ... Read on »
What is Overtraining? by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Jul 2010 7:12pm Overtraining is not good. Your performance and quality of life will suffer if you are chronically overtrained. Beware! How to Detect Overtraining Physical Signs & Symptoms Psychological Signs & Symptoms Impaired Athletic Performance Immunological Signs & Symptoms Biochemical Signs & Symptoms ... Read on »
Who Should (and Shouldn’t) Try Fasting? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 22 Feb 2011 12:23pm Last week, my post on the “ Myriad Benefits of Intermittent Fasting ” opened up a can of worms. In it I discussed how fasting can have a positive impact on human longevity, blood lipids, diet compliance and neurological health to name just a few of the potential health benefits. Naturally, many readers wondered if they’ve been missing the boat ... Read on »
IFBB Pro Jake Phippen Talks With ABFITT by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 2:05pm  IFBB Pro Jake Phippen, 2013 Sacramento Pro, Masters IFBB 35+ Mens physique winner. Takes time out to discuss life after his first pro win, training, nutrition and his future plans.   NAME: Jake Phippen         AGE: 36 Years competing: 1 1/2yrs Interesting fact: I've competed in contact sports for over 30yrs of my life. ... Read on »