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Podcast Notes – Huberman Lab – Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Micronutrients for Health & Longevity


Small amounts of acute, relatively short lasting stress are good for you. Modern life is a bit easy in terms of physical challenges, but you can compensate with exercise and heat/cold exposure. 3 key nutrients for the brain and body … Continue reading

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Is MMA Dangerous? (MMA FAQs Answered)


Article by Drew Griffiths (BSc, MSc) Like all contact sports, MMA comes with a relatively high risk of injury. It’s unlikely that you’ll compete in MMA for a year for example, without sustaining some type of injury in training or … Continue reading

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Wim Hof for Crohn’s disease (What’s the research says) [2022]


The Wim Hof Method has been around for quite a few years now, but has gone pretty mainstream in 2022, with Fear The Freeze – basically a TV series all about Wim Hof and his method – airing on the … Continue reading

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6 Weeks Boxing Training .pdf [2022]


6 weeks isn’t enough time to get to an elite level but let’s say you’ve signed up for a charity white collar boxing match and need to get as good as possible in 6 weeks, then you’ll need a plan … Continue reading

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Land Mine Attachments – Buyers Guide [2022]


Land mines – the ones you find in the gym – are a highly versatile bit of equipment. Once they’ve had a barbell attached to them anyway. You can do all types of exercises with them including kneeling bicep curls, … Continue reading

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Sprint Training Program .pdf [2022]


There’s a link to the sprint training .pdf near the bottom of the post Sprint training isn’t just as easy as running 100m a few times. It can get really technical. The type of training you should do, will depend … Continue reading

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Bed of Nails (review & how to use)


The bed of nails is a shakti mat, or acupressure mat or pillow that has loads of little plastic spikes or nails. I find it helps for my stiff neck and back, but only if I take my top off … Continue reading

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Cheap Home Gym Equipment (worth it?)


Moat of the cheap home gym equipment is, well, sh!te. multigyms for example, tend to be complete tat unless they cost a few grand. The best cheap home equipment for bodybuilding and fitness would have to be: long looped Resistance … Continue reading

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Simple Exercises for Football Players to Increase Speed & Decrease Injury Risk


In an ideal world (does one exist in the universe?) each player would have a professional strength and conditioning coach, who could teach him or her to perform Olympic Lifts and plyometrics safely and effectively. Unless you’re a pro player, … Continue reading

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Pull Up Bar Resistance Bands – how to tie resistance band to pull up bar


Exercise at your own risk Resistance bands are great for all sorts of exercises Long, looped bands are the best for assisting with chin ups. Tie the band in a loop onto the bar Place your knee or foot in … Continue reading

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