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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Full Guide: Nutritional Minimums for Bodybuilders

People are often wondering, what’s the least amount of “insert specific nutrient here” I can get away with? This is a great question. Ryan Solomon our intern at Revive & head poster in our free facebook group will be going over this in detail for you. I’m going to cover minimum nutritional guidelines in FULL…

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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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3 Fatal Flaws with MRV for hypertrophy

Maximal Recoverable Volume (MRV) isn’t flawless. Shuddahh, gasp, Steve Hall who many might think is an understudy of Mike Israetel (who coined MRV) is going against it? No, no, not quite. Like any great concept, there is always going to be flaws. In fact, just like a beautiful man or woman, often the flaws are what…

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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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Is 5 Fruit & Vege a day enough?

Recently, you probably noticed a lot of discussion in the media about fruit and vegetable intake. This was in light of a study [1] recently published which studied eating more than five portions of fruit and vegetables (400g) per day (the current UK and World Health Organisation guidelines). There was a lot of confusion about…

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Trust the process, don’t always trust the scale

Throw away your scale. It’s lying to you. Now come on, you know I don’t really mean that right? Previously I’ve written an entire article on why I think measuring your bodyweight is such a good idea, an essential tool in your body composition tool box. So what do I mean? Well you know what,…

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5 biological adaptations to fat loss you need to know

Hunger sucks, it really does. Being tired sucks too. Some people like to claim that you don’t need to be hungry on a diet. Some people claim dieting is easy. Whilst it sounds nice, and there are some clever things you can do to decrease hunger & low energy, it should be expected on a…

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