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I'm bad at keeping this community updated regularly, in large part because I can't tie a Google+ community into automated posts. http://skillbasedfitness.com/will-i-get-bulky-if-i-lift-weights/

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One of my favourite Quora posts I've ever written and one of my top read articles of all time.

http://skillbasedfitness.com/best-kept-secret-of-the-fitness-industry/

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Is food really addictive? Or is anything really psychologically addictive so long as it makes you feel good with a hit of dopamine regularly enough? Even more to the point, should you restrict foods that have a reputation for being 'bad' foods or is restrictive eating what leads to a bad relationship with food in the first place? My guess is that learned moderation is key...

http://skillbasedfitness.com/food-addiction-should-you-worry/?hvid=45CNth

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Am releasing the first 2x2 training article tomorrow. A really simple training framework that anyone here can utilize. Two Workouts, Four exercises in each, done in pairs to maximize your time at the gym by taking advantage of rest intervals.

This is just the generalized example of how to make it work, but I'll be following it up with muscle mass, fat loss, strength, athletic performance and general health and wellness example programs.

http://skillbasedfitness.com/2x2-training/

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This was actually written last January, but coming into the holiday season it seems fitting. I don't know what your limiting factor is, I just know that you have one, so hopefully I can provide you with at least one insight.

http://skillbasedfitness.com/people-dont-achieve-new-years-resolutions/?hvid=3jMRiw

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A lot of skills that get overlooked in fitness and nutrition are mindset skills. Here's part of the system I've been working off of for a few years now.

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Sometimes I grow tired of the 'Carbs Are the Devil' approach to fitness. You? Do they have a place in your diet?

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Successful people seem to get it, every pro athlete and big time CEO seems to have a coach. This isn't a plea to hire me specifically, but hopefully provides some legitimacy to coaching in any field. It's a field that doesn't get much respect beyond athletics... Yet believe it or not, it actually accelerates results, no bullshit... 

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