The Calorie Deficit Sweet Spot

You’re setting your calorie deficit all wrong. This could be leading to: Unnecessary muscle loss Provoked binges Very slow fat loss And probably many other things but regardless, your calorie deficit, depending how you set it up, could be inappropriate. Often I find people either use a % deficit or they select an arbitrary amount…

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10 ways to get better sleep, today

Sleep deprivation is becoming an epidemic in modern society. Over the past 8 weeks mine has been a mess. I’m not joking, I got up every single night of those 8 weeks. I didn’t have any problems with falling asleep, however, staying asleep was a whole different topic. When I woke up in the middle…

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Can you be addicted to food?

“I’m addicted to pizza” ^ quote me because it’s true Or is it? There is more and more research coming out regarding ‘food addiction’ and what influences how we eat on a daily basis. You have no doubt heard people quote that they’re addicted to sugar or so and so food, but can food really…

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Maximise your Training: Individualise your Training Volume

You want to maximise your training right? That means you need to get the right dose of training volume. Well I would like to introduce Coach Pascal’s first article for the website, and it’s a cracker at that. We get a lot of questions about ‘how much volume I should be doing’ and above the…

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Does the ‘Fat Gene’ exist?

The age old question, do some people just have the fat gene? Well, the answer is yes. Okay, article over, thanks for stopping by. Sike, it’s only in extreme cases where people are actually biologically destined to put on fat. Today Revive Stronger intern Ryan Solomon is going to share with you the nuts and…

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Full Guide: Caffeine & Resistance Training

Caffeine, caffeine, caffeine, who doesn’t love themselves some caffeine? Speaking of caffeine, coffee is the most popular drink worldwide. Where two billion cups are consumed every single day. As you probably already know, coffee contains quite a bit of caffeine, with about 115 mg of caffeine in every cup. Caffeine could lead to improved training, better…

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The ‘Primer Phase’ – the unsung hero of nutritional periodisation

What the hell is a ‘Primer Phase’? It’s something that without an exciting name like ‘primer’ most would turn their nose up to. — but they really shouldn’t. It’s what most would call maintenance. Maintenance….isn’t that another word for stalling? Staying the same? Not progressing? No, kinda, no — when we maintain weight, we’re not changing our…

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Podcast 032: Mike Israetel Q&A – ‘Junk Volume’ & more

Junk Volume, accommodating resistance & much more covered in this Q&A with Mike Israetel. In todays podcast you’re in for a real treat as we establish exactly what is ‘junk volume’ and how to avoid it. That means less time wasted in the gym, doing something that is actively hurting your progress. Me and Mike…

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F*ck Motivation, Do This Instead

It’s the New Year and there is lots of discussion about making resolutions. Motivation is often cited as crucial to achieving goals. In this article Emma Green argues that it’s not only unnecessary to be motivated to achieve your goals but also efforts to boost motivation are largely a waste of time. Emma will provide…

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Podcast 27: Dr. Mike Israetel – Variation within Micro, Meso and Macrocycles & more

You’re in for a treat this week as I ask Dr. Mike your questions, in particular variation across your macrocycles. Get updates of when new podcasts come out straight into your inbox plus some free content by clicking here. Mike goes over many mis-conceptions within training such as muscle confusion, over training/development of the front…

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