Free E-book Forum Other Intensity waves; Wheat-free pizza; Mistakes women make

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    Darrin
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    There are many old-school techniques for pushing yourself harder when seeking hypertrophy (muscle growth).  Arnold’s Encyclopedia, even if dated, does a great job highlighting various methods – drop sets, assisted reps, rest/pause, etc.  I’ve written about many of these http://leanlifters.com/set-pause-resume-to-get-an-extra-rep-using-new-fibers/     .

    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="738"] Intensity image from t-nation[/caption]

    I’m trying very hard to avoid processed wheat (though not worried about being gluten free) and I recently wrote about a http://leanlifters.com/best-tasting-no-wheat-low-carb-bread-thats-easy-to-make/ .

    Women get such awful fitness advice. I have no idea why, but for decades women’s “return on exercise” (meaning, the benefits they get from the amount of time they put into it) has been low. The keys to what mistakes women make – and what do to about it are in this great article from the Poliquin Group. I’ve shared this with my family (all female except me) though they’ve heard me say all this before. You should share it too:
    http://www.poliquingroup.com/ .

    Any topics you want to hear more about?

    Sincerely, Darrin

    #6535

    Anonymous

    Flourless brownies

    I eat them without the nuts in it, nor do I like black beans…  But these are awesome :) 

    #6536

    Darrin
    Keymaster

    wow – how do people come up with these things?  I wanna try these Cameron.

    #6537

    Anonymous

    My ex-girlfriend made them one time.  They were awesome.  If you don't tell people they are made from black beans they would never know.  I will say, they taste better refrigerated, and they have the consistency of moist brownies (which I like.)

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