48: James Clear | All Things Intermittent Fasting (IF 101)Posted on 09/30/2013 by Jimmy Moore • AIR DATE: October 3, 2013 at 7PM ETFEATURED EXPERT: James ClearFEATURED TOPIC: “All Things Intermittent Fasting (IF 101)”Just mention the word “fasting” to the man on the street and the reaction you’ll get from most of them would probably fall somewhere between completely scoffing at the idea to the sheer terror at the realization of going without food for more than a few hours. This concept of fasting even on an intermittent basis, as has become popularized in the Paleo community in recent years, is certainly a highly controversial and misunderstood strategy that could very well be the last piece of the puzzle in optimizing your weight and health issues. Is intermittent fasting (aka IF) the right way to go for everyone, especially for women who seem to have more difficulty with this? Is there anyone who absolutely shouldn’t IF or even those who must do it for therapeutic purposes?
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Editors Note: For those of you who follow my blog you know that I have written extensively about intermittent fasting. I have written about both the science and the practical experience I have had with IF. So when one of my friends, Emery Max, posted on his Facebook page, the dramatic changes he made to his health and physique, I wanted him to share his experience. One reason is because Emery followed the good old-fashioned bodybuilding diet that didn’t seem to work anymore (think insulin), and because he is also a very educated person as you will soon find out.
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Play Now: Physique Frontier Episode 02 with Brad Pilon [42:25m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | DownloadBrad Pilon steps into the lime light as our guest expert in Episode 02 of the Physique Frontier podcast.Brad is widely known for his approach to Intermittent Fasting and his book Eat Stop Eat. But as we discus in this podcast, fasting is just one of the tools Brad uses in his ongoing body transformation.What he is most passionate about is shaping and sculpting the body.…As you can see in his photo, he’s done one heck of a job at that!Brad is part of the team over at Adonis Index and Venus Index, which focus on sculpting an aesthetically pleasing physique with ideal proportions, balance, and symmetry.Our views on Physique Training are very much in alignment and I’m constantly gaining valuable insights from Brad’s interpretation of the latest research in the fitness industry.Here are a few of the topics we cover in this installment of Physique Frontier…The 3 most important measurement tools to accurately monitor and track your progress.Big aha moments and insights Brad gained from 2 very important self experiments he did this year.What the research says about shaping a specific area of a muscleIntermittent Fasting as a ‘tool’… and a bit about my self experiment with IF.The new bodybuilding trend and what Brad hopes to see from it.This is an information packed discussion I’m certain you will enjoy!Download the mp3 here ==> Episode 02 with Brad PilonSculpt a Masterpiece,Scott Tousignant About The Author Scott Tousignant is a Certified Fitness Consultant and Elite Natural Bodybuilder with the UFE. Scott specializes in helping regular guys get ripped abs insanely fast. With his careful attention to the finer details, you’ll carve out a rock hard and jacked physique in no time flat!
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Physique Frontier Episode 02: Muscle Shaping With Brad Pilon
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) describes any workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity or even complete rest. For example, a good starter workout is running as fast as you can for 1 minute and then walking for 2 minutes. Repeat that 3-minute interval five times for a 15-minute, fat-blasting workout. It sounds too simple to be effective, but science doesn’t stretch the truth
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50 seconds max reps, 10 seconds of rest between exercises*This can be modified based on your fitness level. Start out with 20 seconds of max reps and build from there. All exercises can be done with body weight only. Add dumbbells as your progress.
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Clin Interv Aging. 2013;8:1221-8. doi: 10.2147/CIA.S44245. Epub 2013 Sep 16. Sixteen weeks of resistance training can decrease the risk of metabolic syndrome in healthy postmenopausal women.Conceição MS, Bonganha V, Vechin FC, de Barros Berton RP, Lixandrão ME, Nogueira FR, de Souza GV, Chacon-Mikahil MP, Libardi CA.Source: Exercise Physiology Laboratory, School of Physical Education, State University of Campinas, Campinas.AbstractBACKGROUND:The postmenopausal phase has been considered an aggravating factor for developing metabolic syndrome
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CoreBuster HIIT: Ab Workout Routine !Ready to give those abs a solid burn? This Ab workout routine is composed of core blasting exercises combined with some high intensity cardiovascular moves that guarantee a great total body workout while focusing on your abs and burning some serious calories along the way! You’ll be moving quickly from one exercise to the next, so get ready to feel the burn and give it your 100%Keep in mind that no matter how many crunches or abdominal workouts you do, a toned and well-defined mid-section comes from the kitchen. Eating a clean and balanced diet will get you quicker results that any amount of core exercises ever will!What You’ll Need for this Workout dumbbell / interval timer!Workout BreakdownStart off with a 5 minute warm-up session (you can warm-up using your favorite piece of cardio equipment or with your own bodyweight (jumping jacks, jog in place, etc.), as long as you get that heart rate up!
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