Month: January 2015

The Lean Muscle Diet Book Review

The hallmark of any New Year brings the inevitable resolutions along with a stream of diet, exercise programs and late night infomercial purchases to satisfy the demand. Bombarded with contradictory information telling us to eat this, don’t eat that, don’t eat at all, graze all day etc; it’s little wonder that the average person throws their…

7 Reads About Drugs In Sports

Athletes use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) has captivated the attention and imaginations of the public in recent years who are both intrigued by the possibilities and appalled by the deceptive facade their favorite athlete-icon has to maintain in order to play the game. Here is a list of books from various sports who have…

So-long Stimulants

My love affair with stimulants and nootropics has seen a stretch of seven years of constant daily adherence to popping pills, downing ever increasing amounts of caffeine and only stopping short of snorting lines of pre-workout off a Thai hooker’s ass in order to stay sharp, increase gym performance and provide me with that confident social…

Book Review – “The Renaissance Diet” – by Mike Israetel

With the plethora of diet books already cramming the cyber shelves of many a fitness enthusiast, one has to ask, what can this offering possibly add to the already burgeoning collective discussion? With a title suggesting revolutionary brilliance, idea revitalisation, (or alternatively the dietary habits of 15th century European artisans), the answer it would seem…