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  1. mbt svizzera wrote 1164 days ago

    Dan bucks the bodybuilding trend by expanding his methods to encompass endurance athletes as well as those focusing on bulking up. In addition to diet, he emphasizes the use of heavy weights with high reps and squat repetitions.Worth noting: Ask the average person about low carb, high protein diets, and they’ll probably associate that plan with weight loss for women. However, Dan notes that bodybuilders and strength trainers have relied on protein and veggies for years as a winning formula.You can boil down Dan’s philosophy to three E’s: Eat, eliminate and exercise (not necessarily in that order):Eat: Emphasize protein, toss the junk food and be sure to drink enough water. Like Paleo advocate Robb Wolff, Dan also believes in more fiber and healthy fats such as fish oil.Exercise: Emphasize heavy weights and repetition.Eliminate: By eating enough fiber, you may not need supplements. However, Dan previously has suggested Sugar Free Orange Flavored Metamucil.Dan and Ben don’t fully agree on the best sources of protein. Ben emphasizes more cooking and use of different types of products. He recently provided details on a typical day in his life when it comes to meals:Breakfast: 2 big handfuls of spinach, 1 handful arugala, 2 scoops Living Protein, 1 handful almonds, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon sea salt, 1 tablespoon collagen. Blend it all, then add a handful of organic cacao nibs and/or Cocochia Snack Mix for crunch.Lunch: 2 big handfuls spinach, 1 fresh tomato, 1 handful olives, 1/2 avocado, 2 tablespoons chopped nori (seaweed), 1 can sardines. Sea salt, black pepper, and turmeric to taste. Perfect mix of fish, fats, proteins, iodine, selenium, etc.Pre workout snack: Use a BPA Free, sugar free brand of coconut milk like Native Forest brand, and a low allergen goat based, cold processed whey protein or vegan protein source. I put 2 scoops of protein into 4oz of coconut milk, stir it all together, top with unsweetened coconut flakes for some crunch, then eat with a spoon.Dinner: Bake sweet potatoes or yams for around 30 minutes at 450. When the potatoes are almost done, saute and caramelize white onions in a cast iron cooking pan in butter, then add chopped pastured pork sausage as the onions are nearing the end of cooking. Season sausage/onions with salt, paprika, oregano, cayenne and black pepper. Then chop up sweet potatoes and add those into the mix. Put everything in a baking dish, top with goat mozzarella cheese, and bake at 350 for 10 minutes. I dump tons more cayenne pepper on mine for some added kick, and eat with spinach salad dressed in olive oil, cucumbers and fresh tomatoes.Fixie’s Shelf

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