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Insatiable: Fat Shaming?

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Fat loss / Miscellaneous / Nutrition & Supplementation / 26 July, 2018

Because this article might ruffle some feathers let me preface by saying this: I know what it is to be fat. While I was never obese, I was fat. I once…

Can You Gain Muscle on a Caloric Deficit?

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Fat loss / Muscle gain / Videos / 25 July, 2018

Everybody wants to gain muscle while getting ripped. When it comes to a better-looking body, fat and muscle are the two main components. Is it possibl…


Quick Fix To Improve Metabolic Flexibility

By Stéphane Aubé

/ Articles / Nutrition & Supplementation / 24 July, 2018

We all know someone who seems to eat almost whatever he/she wants and keep his/her waistline as if he/she was following a strict diet (somewhere deep …

What is Metabolic Damage?

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Muscle gain / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 23 July, 2018

Metabolic damage is made out to be a demon arising when someone over-exercises and diets hard. But what is it exactly? Is it really “damage”? Wh…

The Incline Lateral Raise

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Muscle gain / Strength and performance / Videos / 18 July, 2018

One of the biggest problems with the lateral raise is that we tend to overuse the traps to create momentum from the start. To really focus on the late…


By Dennis Weis

/ Articles / Muscle gain / Strength and performance / Training / 17 July, 2018

A champion is a champion because he works on his weak areas of muscle and strength rather than specialize on his strong point(s). A champion keeps imp…

Improving the RDL

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Muscle gain / Strength and performance / Videos / 13 July, 2018

The Romanian Deadlift is a great posterior chain exercise, but people tend to overuse their lower back vs their glutes and hamstrings when they perfor…

Bi-Lateral Deficit Specialization For Balanced Muscle Size, Strength & Symmetry

By Dennis Weis

/ Articles / Muscle gain / Strength and performance / 12 July, 2018

Bilateral deficits (AKA-Asymmetrical, Asymmetric, or Ipsilateral deficits) are very common-and most bodybuilders have them. A bilateral deficit is whe…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Neurotyping / 10 July, 2018

Neurotyping refers to utilizing your personality traits to evaluate your neurotransmitter dominance and utilizing that information to select the best …

What is Anxiety and Why Are Some People More Prone To It

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Videos / 06 July, 2018

From the perspective of the Neurotyping system, Chris explains what cause anxiety and why some people are more prone to it, as well as what to do abou…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Muscle gain / Strength and performance / 05 July, 2018

Before we started arguing about whether “keto” is the gift of God or just a fad, the most popular debate in the training world was “…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Fat loss / Nutrition & Supplementation / Videos / 02 July, 2018

It’s the Sunday morning or afternoon speech: “I’m gonna start my diet tomorrow.”. Followed by you eating a world record amount of crap for the entire …