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A Quick Look at the Fitness & Bodybuilding Pseudo/Bro-Science, Week 38, 2022, Part II

As the first article in this new series was well-received and actually wildly shared in forums and on social media, I decided on a quick follow-up while I have the time and energy. And in the future, I will most likely do one or two of these a week. If you enjoy these free articles, consider sponsoring my work by donating at the ‘buy me a coffee’ platform, or sign up for our uncensored …

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Fat Loss Made Simple – Forget About Calories and Cardio

In October 2006, almost 16 years ago, I wrote an extremely controversial, yet very important article called ‘Cardio Sucks’ for the Swedish leading Bodybuilding and Fitness Magazine ‘Body.’ It actually did some impact on clueless athletes and coaches here in Sweden, but in the big scenario of things, not much has changed since I wrote that and countless of other articles on similar topics. I still see people focusing on the completely wrong things, …

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Ungovernable – The Uncensored Online Community

Our new online community is now live! It’s the one-stop site for like-minded, intelligent, and woke people to gather, discuss, share ideas, and network.In all simplicity, this is the place for us that are free in mind, body and spirit, for us who love working together, solving puzzles, teaching and helping each other towards a better world. This is a home for us who are ‘ungovernable.’ It doesn’t matter if you just exited the …

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Stress. What is it? How does it affect us?

Many years ago, Holistic Health Practitioner, Elite Athlete Coach and corrective exercise specialist Paul Chek identified six types of stressors that harm our body. While I do agree with the types, my definitions, after years of research, goes a bit deeper as I studied the Terrain Theory and the work of Antoine Béchamp, Claude Bernard, Rudolph Virchow, Ethel Douglas Hume, Roy Rife, Gaston Naessens, Gunter Enderlein, Stefan Lanka, Dr Carolyn Dean, and Robert & …

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