What Every Body Is Saying – a Review of the Book That Teaches You How to Read Body Language

What Every Body Is Saying - a Review of the Book That Teaches You How to Read Body Language

Did you know that only 7% of any message is conveyed through words?

According to several studies published by Dr. Albert Mehrabian, 55% of communication is nonverbal (facial expressions, gestures, etc.) and 38% is vocal tonality.

That means when you’re having a conversation with someone, the words that you say are only conveying 7% of your message.

Pretty surprising, right?

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Why Almost All Fitness Goals Suck and What to Do Instead

Why Almost All Fitness Goals Suck and What to Do Instead

Goals are over-rated.

Most people think that goals are this great thing. If someone has goals, they must be headed in the right direction, right?

Not exactly.

Keep reading to learn why I think almost all fitness goals suck and what to do instead.

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How to Stimulate Muscle Growth so That You Never Plateau Again

How to Stimulate Muscle Growth

Have you ever wondered what stimulates a muscle to grow? Lifting weights does, right?

Yes, it does. But there’s a little more to it.

Let’s dig into the science behind stimulating muscle growth so that you never plateau again.

But first, what is a plateau?

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6 Little Known Benefits of Building Muscle

6 Little Known Benefits of Building Muscle

Did you know that chronic diseases account for over 2/3 of deaths in the United States? Furthermore, did you know that these chronic diseases are almost always related to poor lifestyle behaviors?

I bet you never thought about the role that muscle plays in the prevention of these diseases.

If you think the only reason to build muscle is to look good or attract the opposite sex, you’re in for a treat. I would argue that you’re slowly killing yourself by NOT building muscle.

By the end of this post, I think you’ll agree.

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Why High-Intensity Interval Training Almost Always Beats Steady-State Cardio for Fat Loss and Muscle Growth

Why High-Intensity Interval Training Almost Always Beats Steady-State Cardio for Fat Loss and Muscle Growth

Imagine walking into a gym and jumping on an exercise bike to do a session of high-intensity interval training. The person beside you has been cycling on an exercise bike at a steady pace for ten minutes when you start.

You crank out a 20 minute session of high-intensity interval training and call it quits for the day. The steady-state cyclist beside you continues to cycle for another 10 minutes after you finish.

  • Your time spent training: 20 minutes
  • Their time spent training: 40 minutes

Guess who burned more fat?

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