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Month: June 2018

Book Review: The Purposeful Primitive – From Fat and Flaccid to Lean and Powerful

If you are interested in weight training then, this is a must read. The author, Marty Gallagher has done a phenomenal job!   It provides a unique insight into the training of some of the legends of the iron game. The book provides you behind the scenes access to the training methodologies of many all-time …

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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari – Book Review & Detailed Notes

[x_share title=”Share this Post” facebook=”true” twitter=”true” google_plus=”true” linkedin=”true” reddit=”true”]I first heard about this book when I was reading an interview of Jonny Wilkinson in the newspaper. He was asked what he takes with him when he travels and his answer was books. He then name-checked The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari (he also mentioned the Alchemist …

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Life as a Hardgainer Does Have Some Benefits (5 to be precise)

I was always skinny growing up. I was so scrawny that during the warm-up before a rugby match, on a windy day one of my coaches actually said, “Quick! Someone hold Tom down before he blows away!” You’re probably thinking, ‘yeah but loads of kids are skinny until they hit puberty then they fill out.” …

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59 Seconds – Think a Little, Change a Lot (My Review and Detailed Notes)

59 seconds is a self-help book with a difference.  Most are full of waffle and regurgitated advice, based on little (often no) scientific or psychological evidence. 59 seconds is different. In it, Professor Wiseman suggests only strategies and tactics which are supported by research. Even better the key take home messages can be explained and …

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