Since most people are at the level of a beginner when it comes to strength training, I decided to please the crowds by uploading a novice program.
My published articles could make it seem as if I were a satanist, so here’s my stance on any and all religions.
After experimenting for a while, I realized you can´t mix anything resembling an ECA stack (Ephedrine, Caffeine, Aspirin), which used to be very popular as a pre-workout or fat burner, with over-the-counter products.
This is an unusual philosophical problem concerning self-perception of an individual.
This is a High-Intensity-Program for beginners or intermediates. If you´ve never done HIT, consider yourself a beginner.
This is a bodyweight program, so you just need somewhere to do chinups and dips with your arms at the side of your body. There are optional core and trapezius exercises, which can be done weighted. This program isn´t exactly rocket science, but it works. Just stick to the basics (and the program) closely and consistently, results will follow.
This article will discuss some philosophical arguments made in The Seawolf by Jack London, Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk in chronological order of publishing.
I´m dropping everything I can get my hands on, like people with Parkinson´s.
This program is for the busy or advanced man, who profits from lower frequency and who can properly contract his muscles.
When I was a teen, I had to complete some kind of internship in order to study engineering at a university, so I chose to work on a construction site for 2 months.