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Living Unscared with Brian Mackenzie: Endurance Training, Breath Work, and Why You Need to Unplug – Episode 206

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness, Podcast

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If you want to improve your performance, optimize recovery and build endurance, Brian Mackenzie is the man to listen to.  From breath work to proper programming, to ice baths and saunas, Brian has a toolbox with something for everyone in it. Brian is my guest on Episode 206 of the #RenegadeRadioPodcast.  He is a world-renowned strength and […]

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Stressed or Fatigued? Read This

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Mindset, Recovery

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If you’re suffering from stress or fatigue then you’ll love what Anthony DiClementi has for you in The Biohackers Guide. -The reason 70% of Americans are stressed. Discover the digestive, metabolic, immune, and energy impact of stressors and how to fight them – pg. 129 -5 stress management, reduction, and outright elimination biohacks that all […]

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3 Ways to Build Muscle Fast

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness

Lee Haney

To build muscle fast you need to present the body with a stimulus that it isn’t used to. This stress will cause the body to adapt by building itself up bigger and stronger. Where most people go wrong is that they think they need to annihilate the muscle in order to elicit any type of […]

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5 Muscle Building Tips

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness

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Here are 5 random muscle building tips that may make a big difference in your training. – Don’t exceed 5-6 reps on most of your warm up sets. Your first set could consist of a very light weight for 10-20 reps just to get loosened up and get the blood flowing but beyond that you […]

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The Single Most Important Factor

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness

What is the single most important thing you can do at the gym to ensure that you will continually get bigger and stronger? It’s very simple. The most important thing you can do each and every single time you go to the gym is try to set a PR (personal record) on every lift you […]

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