>I don't eat for the first eight hours of the day, it's scientifically good for your brain
Is there actually any truth to this? It sounds bullshit, but I don't know much about fasting. I only know him from his ads, but they're so fucking preachy, starts off so dramatic and really makes him look like a condescending wanker
>fucking starting with flyover shots of your big house, then a shot moving along the legs of your sleeping girlfriend to reveal the guy shirtless >what has this got to do with lifting >pretty much "here in my garage"
Also, youtube ads for 'special trick' fitness programs are immediately look dodgy, like that sixpack shortcuts guy.
>>35560984 his videos aren't to be taken that serious, his just fucking around and then offering some solid advice in between. It's enjoyable to watch unless you are a loser asperger kid who can't take a joke :D
>>35560984 >Is there actually any truth to this? It sounds bullshit http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10837292 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8172872 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8263048 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19776143 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18779282
Separate page here outlining 10 benefits: http://authoritynutrition.com/10-health-benefits-of-intermittent-fasting/
with about 44 different references.
No, IF isn't BS.
>>35559810 >>35560683 Not everyone wants ugly ass legs and to look even more retarded in clothing. Yikes.
>>35559604 His dieting thing is cool I guess. But you don't need to pay $40 to learn how to do IF. Also, his routine is pretty shit overall. I like the progressive overload aspect, but 2 days a week, never training legs is not really that great. No, I don't want the roided up legs of Jay Cutler or Ronnie Coleman. But legs that make it look like you lift are good. This only takes squatting once or twice a week to be honest.
>>35562258 >like the progressive overload aspect, but 2 days a week, never training legs is not really that great.
A side note about this, if he wanted to make his routine more complete, seeing as it's really expensive. He could add in a leg day option, all he'd have to do was stress that it was optional and he didn't do it. Honestly, would probably gain a lot more acceptance and support, seeing as people who don't train legs are ridiculed (not saying it's bad not to train legs, just don't agree with this method myself) for it by the majority of weightlifters and bodybuilders etc.
>>35559604 I like Greg. Watch his videos when they come out. He has a good physique and a good training philosophy. He understands the concept of a balanced lifestyle which is kind of rare with the Youtube fitness celebrities. The effortless cool thing is pretty cringe though since he is obviously a self-conscious dude. I think it would be work better if he acknowledged his dorkiness and that it really wasn't an impediment to living a cool lifestyle.
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