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In this episode I share my top 3 favorite exercise equipment pieces to get shredded while still getting all of my work done at home.
I share with you a strategy to get 1-2 hours of gym time in without sacrificing your work.
Here are my 3 favorite equipment pieces that I have in my office to the videos and equipment mentioned in this episode.
Powerblock Dumbbells – I have the 90 lbs set with the stand.
I wasn’t able to find this bench any more. Not sure if they’re still making it.
Workout Bands – I use 3 sets, light, medium, heavy
Click here for a video tutorial about exercises you can do with these bands.
PVC Roll of death – these are essential for keeping your muscles free of knots
Click here for a video tutorial playlist that will show you how to get rid of knee pain with a pipe like this.
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What I am considering a vegan protein source is a food that has a higher per gram protein content than carbohydrates.
The vegan protein sources below are 6 of the most commonly used protein sources in the diets of the top, most winning vegan bodybuilders in the world. The foods are listed in no particular order and the grams of macronutrients are average estimations. There are many products with macronutrients that differ very slightly:
Tofu – 1 cup contains 20g protein, 4.6g carbs, 12g fat
Tempeh – 8oz (227g) contains 48g protein, 27g carbs, 7g fat
Seitan – 1 cup (85g) contains 63g protein, 12g carbs, 6g fat
Soy beans – 1 cup (186g) contains 68g protein, 56g carbs, 37g fat
Vegan non-soy protein powders – 1 scoop (22g) contains 16g protein, 4g carbs, 0g fat
I’m so pissed. My dad sent his heart scan results to me and they are not good.
Listen to this episode to learn why, and what we’re doing about it.
Want to know if you’re getting enough protein to build muscle on a vegan diet?
Here are 3 very unlikely, but telling ways to find out.
“The research team, led by Ruben Meerman and Andrew Brown of the University of New South Wales, discovered that when 1kg (2.2lb) of fat is fully oxidized (“burnt”), 0.84kg (1.9lb) departs via the lungs as carbon dioxide. The remaining 0.16kg (0.3lb) becomes water which may be excreted in the urine, feces, sweat, breath, or tears.
The analysis shows that the inhaled oxygen required for this metabolic process weighs nearly three times more than the fat being lost.”
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