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Carb Backloading Meal Plan
Written by Marc David   
Oct 18, 2013 at 11:15 AM

Marc, can you recommend a carb backloading meal plan?  A sample, example or suggested ideas for this nutrition program would be helpful.

Thanks,

Robert

 

Last Updated ( Oct 18, 2013 at 11:16 AM )
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No Bake High Protein Bars
Written by Marc David   
Jan 01, 2011 at 10:05 AM

Protein Bar Recipe 

I used to be a fan of some commercial protein bars, eating 2-3 bars a week thinking they were good for me just because they were called ”Protein Bars”… and the ingredients looked alright.

But, the problem was that commercial Protein Bars are more than often LOADED with sugar (sugar alcohols even worse), and cost on average $5 a bar…

And, in addition from being healthy, they are super cheap to make: less than 50 cents per bar!!!

Hope you enjoy these bars.

Here’s the recipe I took from Anabolic Cooking:

Makes 5 Bars

Last Updated ( Jan 01, 2011 at 10:13 AM )
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10 Tips for Better Sleep
Written by Jesse Cannone   
Nov 10, 2009 at 07:20 AM
Getting a full night’s sleep is as important to good health as maintaining a proper diet and getting enough exercise. Yet a third of Americans get less than 6 ½ hours of sleep each night - much less the recommended 7-8 hours.
Last Updated ( Nov 10, 2009 at 07:25 AM )
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What the PRO'S know about muscle...that YOU don't!
Written by The "Muscle Nerd" Jeff Anderson   
Oct 08, 2009 at 01:00 PM
Want max results from your muscle-building program?

Here's what the pro's know that you might not...

You see, "stage competing" bodybuilders and other professional athletes train all year long for their "event season".

That could mean a stage posedown or it might be Olympic tryouts.

EVERYTHING they do is geared to peaking out at that one time when they have to be at their very BEST!

So how does this apply to you?

Well, what's YOUR "big event" for the year?

Is it the time you'll spend at the beach next summer?

Is it some sporting event you want to dominate?

Is it a class reunion you have planned that you'd like to show the dumb jocks who picked on you in high school that you could pulverize them with your pinky if you wanted to?

Whatever it is, the key to getting MAXIMUM RESULTS from your training program is to...

...CYCLE your training!

There are plenty of ways to do this, but if your goal is to "look your best" for the summer (what 95% of guys are focused on), then here's a sample ANNUAL TRAINING CYCLE sample that will help you plan a year's worth of training...

...and help you decide what to do RIGHT NOW!
Last Updated ( Oct 08, 2009 at 01:02 PM )
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An Explanation and Solution For Slow Female Fat Loss
Written by Tom Venuto   
Oct 08, 2009 at 12:42 PM
You may have heard (or, heh, realized), that it's more difficult for women to lose fat than men. Immediately most people think it must be estrogen or hormonal issues. But perhaps the biggest factor is NOT hormones, but the simple fact that women are usually smaller and lighter than men.
Last Updated ( Oct 08, 2009 at 12:43 PM )
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Pros and Cons of Tony Horton’s 10 Minute Trainer Program
Written by Chris Bhurrut   
Jul 28, 2009 at 09:54 AM

Many people are finding themselves in a situation where they want to get in better shape but don’t know how to do it. From pills to workout programs and expensive machines there are a number of options out there all claiming they will help you have the body you want in no time.

For the most part, you can ignore those magic pills and elixirs. The only way to really, truly lose weight is to work it off, eat healthy, and change your lifestyle to maintain that new you.

So, where do you start? If you have been looking at workout programs to take advantage of, you may have been scared away by many of them that seem to be too hard for a beginner. This is when you should be taking a look at Tony Horton's 10-Minute Trainer Program.

As Tony Horton's bio reveals, he was just like many of us. He started out being out of shape and wanting that same body we all dream of. He decided he deserved it and worked for it, also educating himself on how the body builds muscle and trims fat, and using that information to continue to perfect his workout methods.

10 minute trainer reviews reveal both the good and the bad of Tony's hugely popular training program. The 10-minute trainer program is designed to be not just for people who have already done a lot of workouts, but for those who are just beginning as well.

The important thing to note here is that a full workout is not just 10 minutes. Instead each portion of the workout is 10 minutes. There are cardio, abs, total body, lower body and yoga workouts on the DVD set and it is recommended you do at least three of them at a time each time you work out. So really, this is no different than a normal workout where you would need to spend 30 minutes or more on exercise. In this respect the program name is some clever, if not, slightly deceptive marketing that people should be aware of before parting with there hard earned.

For beginners, you may only be able to do one or two of those 10 minute sets, but the goal is to work up to 30 minutes a day of workouts, 6 days a week, to get your body in "optimum health". In addition to the workout DVDs, there are a few more things that come with the 10-minute trainer kit including some dietary advice, and a resistance belt kit.

The resistance belt kit is something that will need to attach to a wall in your home, garage or basement. Then you will be able to literally wear this belt and pull against the wall and use that resistance to up your workout level. Not all people have homes they can use these in, but usually if you really think about it, you will be able to come up with a creative way to set this up for use. It does help in giving you an ability to add more resistance to your workout, which means the muscles work harder to get the job done and you get a better workout - progressive training is excellent for sustained results, rather than just sticking with the same level of work week in, week out.

The final thing to look at in this kit is the dietary plan. It comes with a plan for a diet that only allows women 1,000 calories a day and men 1,200. While this will cause a person to lose weight, this can be a dangerously low number of calories to take in if you are working out every day. We think this is a little too risky of a diet plan and that you should skip that part of the program and instead look at the healthy eating lifestyle tips and put them to use, making wise eating decisions. Indeed, sustained low calorie diets are more detrimental than helpful

Verdict: Tony Horton’s 10 Minute Trainer Program doesn't offer anything that a simple workout regime and tuned in diet can't offer, for example a simple resistance training program in combo with some cardio workout done 4 times a week, whilst cutting out all junk foods and sticking to mainly whole foods will work wonders for others. On the other hand, a neatly packaged program with all the advice and guidence you need can be exactly what other people require - if you opt for Tony Horton’s 10 Minute Trainer Program just be wary about the dietry recommendations.

Article written by Healthy New Age an alternative healthcare web site

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