I have a great nutrition program for you today from nutrition expert Mike Geary. Mike is one of my most trusted colleagues in the field of nutrition, so pay attention to this info on how to control cravings and appetite to get that lean body that you want. As it turns out Mike is celebrating his 34th birthday with a HALF price deal on his new Fat Burning Kitchen program. You can grab this program today for less than you’d
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Fat Burning Kitchen is a Nutrition eBook written by Mike Geary. Mike Geary wrote the world famous “Truth About Abs” eBook. Lets take a look at what people are saying about Mike Geary and his fitness programs: Leith Carnie from Australia “…I was running regularly and working out sometimes, but I was still getting fatter… Everything changed when I started your truth about abs program…” Leith’s changes from using TruthAboutAbs at 7 months and 11 months Hi, I had been
Now You can Have a Great Body, Better Health, and Amazing Fitness by Exercising with Just your Bodyweight in the Comfort of your Own Home! I’ve been training with my bodyweight for almost two years now. For a long time I stuck to primarily pushups, pullups, and bodyweight squats. But once I purchased Coach Steer and Murdock’s, Bodyweight Blueprint for Fat Loss, I’ve been incorporating a lot of their unique exercises and workout programs. For just 77 bucks Coach Steer
You’ve been deceived into thinking that saturated fats are bad for you, but let’s look at some facts below… by Mike Geary – Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer I’ll preface this article by saying that it will help if you have an open mind and accept that some of these facts are a slap in the face to politically correct nutrition in this day and age where fats are admonished by many doctors, health “experts”, and the mass media.
There are certain questions that just piss me off. I’ll list them for you so that you right here: What muscle group does that work? Should I take creatine? How much protein shake should I drink? What is the best protein shake? How can I lose fat? How much should I eat to put on muscle? How can I make my arms bigger?
The myths, lies, and misconceptions about saturated fat and your health. by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer I’ve written many times in the last couple years about the mistaken beliefs in society about saturated fat and the false perception in the media AND with MOST health professionals that saturated fat is bad for you. If you’ve seen in some of my articles, I’ve even showed you why saturated fat can even be GOOD for you in some
By Tom Venuto, author of Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle www.BurnTheFat.com We’ve all been at the holiday get-togethers, and have quickly devoured something devilishly delicious with little thought. Some feel little shame for eating a cake or drinking half the bowl of punch, but others find themselves feeling guilty afterwards and can’t help but think, “oops, I shouldn’t have eaten that.” I have to admit I do get a little chuckle out of the “accidental” part! Do you ever
I had stopped eating breakfast for quite some time. It was after I read The Warrior Diet by Ori Hofmekler. Ori had a pretty crazy idea about not eating throughout the day. The Warrior Diet apparently mimics the way hunters and gatherers used to eat in the old days. You know, the caveman days when we humans were just running around in our loin cloths. My experiences with the Warrior Diet have been both good and bad. Every time I
A big part of performing well with high intensity workout routines is nutrition. Many people are warriors when it comes to working out, but still eat anything they can get their hands on. This may work when you’re younger, but as you get older, these bad nutritional habits can come back to bite you. The following are some foods that you should absolutely incorporate in your diet: Green Vegetables – Green leafy vegetables are full of antioxidants. Americans actually spend
Tim Ferris is my hero. No kidding! My world was transformed after I read his book, “The Four Hour Work Week.” The book basically applied a lot of my fitness principles, such as the 80/20 principle and Parkinson’s Law, into regular life. Now, the truth is that Parkinson’s Law in my view is similar to Work Capacity, i.e do as much productive work in as short a period of time. So then began the journey of how I began to