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    Posted: 08/26/2017 at 9:06pm
Full disclosure... these free guides are usually horrid and I read them only to yell at my computer screen at the misinformation.

BUT this one's actually really good.  I'm only on page 45 so far, but thought I'd give a shout-out to the writer and encourage anyone interested to have a look.  

Also, I figured this article could produce some good discussion.  

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1KHIM1njxciZ09wV2d0YWZtOUk/view


Edited by MCollins - 08/27/2017 at 10:48am
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Oh, sorry, I missed the actual link.
Here it goes:
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Thanks, Fatt.  I forgot to add the link haha.  I'll edit to put it in the original post.
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Thanks! Glad you like it so far.
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I summarized it for you here:

"Eat @ McDonalds, Smoke Cigarettes, Drink Beer."

There you go! All you need to know to succeed both in TT and in life.
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One thing I'd like to add that wasn't mentioned in the article so far... for caffeine, it's better to drink coffee than to take caffeine pills.  Caffeine has effects on on the ticker and blood pressure that coffee doesn't.  And the instant coffee is dirt... too diterpene-y.  

Also, for more advanced training, superset the smokes and beer, and use the McD's as postworkout.  
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I think it's a fantastic guide! Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by haggisv haggisv wrote:

I think it's a fantastic guide! Thumbs Up

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Originally posted by MCollins MCollins wrote:

One thing I'd like to add that wasn't mentioned in the article so far... for caffeine, it's better to drink coffee than to take caffeine pills.  Caffeine has effects on on the ticker and blood pressure that coffee doesn't.  And the instant coffee is dirt... too diterpene-y.  

Also, for more advanced training, superset the smokes and beer, and use the McD's as postworkout.  

Caffeine from caffeine pills is no different than the caffeine from coffee. Ingesting coffee (in moderate amounts) may have some health benefits that caffeine alone does not, but it's not b/c the caffeine is different, it's b/c coffee has other compounds in it which are health promoting.

An advantage of taking caffeine pills is that you can precisely control the amount of caffeine you ingest, whereas coffee can vary tremendously in dosage.
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Originally posted by MCollins MCollins wrote:


Also, for more advanced training, superset the smokes and beer, and use the McD's as postworkout.  


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spend at least one hour a day watching and talking about CNT fitness exercises.
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Honestly, I tried different diets not only to improve my TT results, but to remain fit and healthy, but nothing actually worked. My friend suggested me to try a Keto diet, but I was skeptical about it despite that a lot of people where on it and quite happy with the result. I had to do something with the pain in my joints because of that, I couldn’t play TT for long enough. I have lived with my pain in my joints until I moved to UAE for a while. I decided to visit a doctor there and ask what can I do with my joints. Since I couldn’t handle this pain anymore and acclimatization also took place. He recommended me to consume more fats. Also, he suggested that I try كيتو دايت, assuring me that this diet would help me feel better and relieve joint pain. Surprisingly, it worked well for my joints, and soon I felt a surge of strength in my body.

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Can anyone post a link to this guide? Appreciated.
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Originally posted by Ace864 Ace864 wrote:

Honestly, I tried different diets not only to improve my TT results, but to remain fit and healthy, but nothing actually worked.

You're not alone in that struggle, friend. In my experience working with a *ton* of different folks from all walks of life, diet is the biggest sticking point.

What makes you say "nothing actually worked"? What are your goals and how do you measure success?
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Originally posted by Basquests Basquests wrote:

Can anyone post a link to this guide? Appreciated.

It's no longer publically available, but shoot me a PM and I'll see what I can do Wink
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