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4 steps to finding motivation

For both newcomers and those who have seen some progress, but are having challenges along the way, there's great power in a few simple steps. These can be useful for those just starting, or those who have hit a wall. Read on to find your motivation, or keep motivated as you progress. Continue reading

Want Results? Just 2 weeks on Occam's Protocol… results!

I've done 3 'A' Workouts, and 2 'B' Workouts, across 2.5 weeks. The numbers really speak for themselves, I have seen gains on all lifts and exercises, and have seen a gain on the scales. Read on for my graphs of Workout A, Workout B and my weight on the scales PLUS the exact food/supplement regime I'm using, and the exercise plan. Continue reading

Kat – Another try

Well, after a lot of testing and trying everything in the 'book', I think we've come to an answer to my problems with how sick I've been getting. At least... I'm going to give the new answer a shot. Continue reading

5 tips for your first Occam’s Protocol workout

I'm now through my first workout, and moving from 0 to 10mph is much more difficult than going from 10-60mph - I can't wait for my next workout now that I have some momentum. My first Occam's Protocol workout actually didn't happen, to begin with, due to a couple of missed details. Read on for my quick start tips for the best start to your workouts. Continue reading

4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet: Occam’s Protocol Workout Sheet

Hey everyone, as it's time for me to start on the Occam's Protocol workout, I wanted to share with everyone the 'cheat sheet' that I've made up to take to the gym with me. Basically, it's the short-version of the 2 chapters, combined. This Cheat Sheet includes all the general guidelines, eating guidelines and the workouts themselves. Continue reading

5 Questions and Answers with us

We were contacted earlier this week, after a fellow 4 Hour Body blogger, Brian at 4hbtalk mentioned us in a question and answer session. So, we sat down and shared our thoughts - Find out what's been easy, what's been hard, and our top tips for success. Continue reading

PAGG Stack – Straightforward Explanation

This question has come up a lot lately, so I want to explain the PAGG stack - what is it, how does it work, why take it, where to buy it, when to take it and is it necessary? Read on for the answers to these questions. Continue reading

First week in review

Just one week. What a change a simple 7 days can make.

Hard to believe its a week, as it has zipped by. To say that I’m excited about tomorrow’s ‘crazy food’ day would be an understatement. In fact, it’s likely that I will dream about it tonight.. or not sleep. But more just for the variety, definitely not because I’ve been feeling hungry – that is one great thing I’ll say about this regime – I’m not left hungry often. Today was an exception because I made smaller than usual slow carb meals, and ate quicker than usual, which seems to have an impact. I filled the gap with a stick (yes one) of celery with almond butter. Did the trick perfectly.

It’s been a good week, of course with its ups and downs. Adjusting to the regular eating has actually been more like un-adjusting to random eating. Eating every 4 hours couldn’t be simpler. I love the schedule, it takes a lot of brain work out of it for me. Continue reading

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4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet: Accelerated Fat Loss

If you've read The Four Hour Body, you'll know there's some amazing information in there. Kudos to Tim Ferriss and all the research and testing he's done. What's also clear, though, is that without taking some notes, it's not likely you'll be able to get back to the information easily. Enter the 'cheat sheet'. So named, because it is the crib-notes version of a specific piece of information, put together in a handy, useful page. This one focusses on the recommendations made for accelerating fat loss. Continue reading
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