So after my little exposé on Sol Orwell telling outright lies about me a few weeks back, I wanted to run a piece I’ve been running since 2008. It’s a bit late but there are still 3 problem weeks left until New Year’s. I won’t put anything else up, this will give me time to work on the book before having to deal with new content. … Read More
The post I’m going to make today is something I’ve not only wanted to put down for a while but was originally written for a monster book on fat loss that I started last year (which is 95% done and from which the women’s book sprang). Since that book focuses on fat loss, most of the language deals with that topic. … Read More
Over the weekend I did a podcast for Patrick Ward and Keat’s Snidemans Reality Based Fitness site and one of the topics came up had to do with flexible dieting and the full diet break. This is something that I wrote about in both A Guide to Flexible Dieting and The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook but it occurred to me that there really wasn’t any information about it on the main site.… Read More
With the holidays looming, and all of the food and candy that that entails, I wanted to write a quick article post about a topic that I consider very important. In fact, it’s so important to the goal of long-term body composition changes that I wrote an entire book (A Guide to Flexible Dieting) about it.… Read More
Over the next series of articles, I want to look at both physiological and psychological reasons that diets can fail.
But before doing that I need to make something very clear: the distinction I’m making between psychology and physiology is simply for convenience, it’s not one that really truly exists.… Read More