This is a 21 Day course delivered via email to your inbox. Each day you'll get an email (sometimes two) that tells you exactly what to do for that day. You'll get info on:
- and Lifestyle
Strength is a skill that can be learned. And you learn anything by doing a lot of repetitions.
Greasing the Groove means to perform a lot of reps of a certain exercise (multiple times a day and multiple days per week) so your muscles and central nervous system get used to (or learn to) perform the work. In other words, the reason why greasing the groove works so well is because it trains your nervous system to get more efficient at contracting your muscles. These neuro-muscular developments lead to fast strength gains without much effort on your part.
And if you think about it, it makes sense. If you start doing pull ups everyday, you’ll get better at them because strength is a skill.
It is increasingly recognized that certain fundamental changes in diet and lifestyle that occurred after the Neolithic Revolution, and especially after the Industrial Revolution and the Modern Age, are too recent, on an evolutionary time scale, for the human genome to have completely adapted.
This mismatch between our ancient physiology and the western diet and lifestyle underlies many so-called diseases of civilization, including coronary heart disease, obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, epithelial cell cancers, autoimmune disease, and osteoporosis, which are rare or virtually absent in hunter–gatherers and other non-westernized populations.
Adoption of diet and lifestyle that mimic the beneficial characteristics of the pre-agricultural environment is an effective strategy to reduce the risk of chronic degenerative diseases.
This mini training course will
- explain glycemic index and glycemic load
- discuss the insulin response that occurs after consuming carbohydrates
- and why it matters for your health and longevity
If you've got a big belly, this training is for you.
What's a big belly?
If your waist to height ratio is > 0.5, that qualifies as a big gut.
Take your largest waist diameter (not your pants size) and divide by your height (in inches) to get your W/H ratio.