Everything You Know About Fitness is Wrong

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Some of the most common, foundational approaches to diet and exercise can seem sound in theory, but can make you miss the mark in application.

A perfect example of this is what I call the formulaic approach to diet and exercise. This is when you do everything by the numbers, believing you can hack some sort of code and find the secret for success, if you can just get the right rep counts, macro nutrient ratio, or step count.

This approach isn’t bad until we put the numbers in charge stop looking for what may be best for you.

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Can shrimp squat help with mobility issues? 17:51

How I used progressive calisthenics to fix my chronic knee issues 18:39

What is one thing I would like to see change in fitness for 2021 20:41

Best calisthenics training strategies for flexibility and mobility 23:40

Should you do calisthenics while fasting? 25:17

Thoughts on meal frequency for calisthenics 26:31

Best overcoming isometric technique for stronger legs 28:06

Training with hyper mobility 29:14

Risks of Over-stretching w/ weighted calisthenics 30:22

Are people being overly concerned with maximizing or optimizing their diet and exercise habits? 31:47

Is 1g of protein / lb of bodyweight necessary? 34:54

How to build bigger forearms 36:36

Who to integrate cardio without losing muscle mass 38:00

What’s a good minimalist beginner workout? 40:04

How to make your chest do more of the work during push-ups 42:11

Would micro workouts work as a supplement to a normal workout program 43:11

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Is I unhealthy to focus on lower body strength training? 45:39

Should one eat an exclusive alkaline diet? 46:43

Should you include pull-ups in normal workouts if you are already doing them GTG? 47:29

Working out with ADHD 48:29

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