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Keto Diet Building Muscle Iron Paradise Fitness

Is The Keto Diet Good For Building Muscle?

If You're Following A Keto Diet With The Aim Of Building Muscle, You Might Want To Rethink Your Strategy

Jamming a stick of butter in your morning coffee seems all the rage these days. But is the low carb, high fat approach compromising your gains in the gym? If you're on a keto diet and strength training in the hope of building muscle, you might want to pause, put down your no-bread bacon sandwich, and read on.

When it comes to the keto diet, there's some evidence that endurance athletes, performing at relative low intensities, may experience some benefits. But for those of us wanting to lift more weight in the gym and build a fuck-ton of muscle, the evidence isn't there.

So is the keto diet and building muscle a complete no-no?

In this article you'll discover why carbs and strength training are a match made in hypertrophy heaven. And why you might want to ditch the keto diet if your primary goal is to build muscle.

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Unfuck Yourself Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

How To Unfuck Yourself And Create A Positive Mindset

If Getting In Shape Feels Like A Mindfuck, Here's 7 Steps To Unfuck Yourself And Create A Positive Mindset

Achieving any goal is HARD (at least the ones worth achieving are). And the pursuit of your dreams can leave you crippled with self-doubt, leading to procrastination and never moving forward. In his book, 'Unfuck Yourself: Get Out Of Your Head And Into Your Life', Gary John Bishop lays out 7 personal assertions, promising to bring clarity, drive, and direction to your life. But do they work?

In this article, you'll discover why negative self-talk is fuel for inactivity and a lack of progress. And by addressing the negative thoughts in your head, you can finally get out of your own way and start achieving great things.

So, if you want to Unfuck Yourself, read on.

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How To Control Hunger For Weight Loss Training And Nutrition Articles Iron Paradise Fitness

How To Control Hunger For Weight Loss

The #1 Challenge People Face When Losing Weight Is An Inability To Control Hunger. If You Have Trouble Sticking To Your Diet, You'll Want To Read This...

Are you finding it almost impossible to control hunger and stick to your diet?

Is willpower fading, and the urge to constantly eat, taking over every waking moment?

In this article, you'll discover why internal and external food cues are potentially ruining your efforts to lose weight.

But there's good news!

Because the vast majority of these cues are within your control. And I'm going to give proven solutions to help control hunger, for good. After you've read this article you'll be more confident in managing your diet and have the tools to successfully lose weight.

So, if you want to finally control your hunger and not let thoughts of food haunt you incessantly, read on.

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How Much Fat Can You Gain In A Day Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

How Much Fat Can You Gain In A Day?

How Much Fat Can You Gain In A Day Of Overeating? 

Eat more calories than you burn and you'll gain weight. This is a universal truth of energy balance. But how much? Specifically, how much fat can you gain in a day of overeating?

You're not a robot. And you'll never be perfect with your diet, despite the high expectations you set for yourself.

But a day of overeating can leave you hating yourself and feeling like you fucked up.

The morning after the night before consists of a nervous trip to the bathroom to assess the "damage".

But there's no need to feel that way. In fact, the amount of fat you can gain in a day isn't that much. So your dietary digression is unlikely to be the fat loss train wreck you've made it out to be.

In this article, you'll you'll learn the science behind overeating and how much body fat you can expect to gain after one day of pizza, wine, and ice cream.

So, if you want to finally put your mind at rest and stop beating yourself up when you overeat, read on.

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