Will Drinking Lots Of Water Clean Out Your System? | LIVESTRONG.COM

People, stop believing pseudoscience nonsense! No study has ever shown that drinking more than 8 glasses of water a day is helpful or “detoxes” your body. No valid study has even been done confirming 8 glasses of water is necessary; only the equivalent amount of FLUIDs, including coffee (not a diarrhetic despite pseudoscience claims), fruits, vegetables, and cooked meats (all of these “solid” things are mostly liquid, just as you are.

If you believe nonsense you will get what you deserve: conned.

Read the link, then spend 10 minutes trying to find peer reviewed studies supporting water for toxin flushing.


“ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. ” – Arthur Schopenhauer


Did the TRX company rip off Jon Hinds? Also Real talk on TRT usage

Hmmm. Makes you wonder.

“ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. ” – Arthur Schopenhauer

Begin forwarded message:

From: Mike Mahler <mahler25>
Date: March 11, 2014 at 3:03:39 PM EDT
To: createfitness
Subject: Did the TRX company rip off Jon Hinds? Also Real talk on TRT usage
Reply-To: mahler25


Learn why top strength coach Jon Hinds thinks the TRX sucks and why you probably will as well after this episode! Extra bonus learn why Mike left the RKC organization back in 2006.

Jon Hinds (http://lifelineusa.com & http://monkeybargym.com) returns to discuss a controversial topic, regarding the concept/product design dispute of Jon’s company, Lifeline USA & its Jungle Gym suspension system vs. TRX’s suspension trainer.

This is a story many may or may not know of, that should be heard. As for those that do know the story of Lifeline USA vs. TRX, it’s a story of loyalty and challenging ethical practices of brands and their marketing.

You definitely want to listen to this episode in its entirety, to hear Jon’s side of this controversy. Also, the door is always open for TRX’s “creator(s)” to come on the Live Life Aggressively podcast and share their side of the story, as well.

Tune in and listen to episode #58 as Jon joins us to discuss:

  • Mike & Sincere share more info on their upcoming Las Vegas training workshop experience with Steve Cotter & Ken Blackburn
  • Jon shares the timeline of his creation of the first portable all-in-one suspension trainer
  • Jon shares how his Jungle Gym’s concept and design was ripped off by the company TRX
  • Jon reveals why it’s good to have a great attorney
  • Jon reveals why TRX’s tagline “Invented by Navy Seals” is a slap in the face to Navy Seals
  • What event caused TRX to actually sue Jon & Lifeline
  • What happened in court that had Jon’s attorneys and even the court reporter laughing
  • What is the only “real” difference between the TRX and the Jungle Gym
  • Which company actually won the court case
  • What you can learn about running a business and competing against larger companies
  • Why the TNT cables by Lifeline are a great transfer to improved kettlebell pressing
  • What makes the Power Wheel different and a better option than traditional ab wheels & stability balls
  • Why Mike Mahler is an “acquired taste”
  • Why Mike really left the RKC organization back in 2006! Part of it was the lame “radio shack outfits” the instructors wear at RKC certs!
  • Why “doing what you have to do” is often b.s. & a weak excuse
  • Why harboring hard feelings or screwing over people is like a having a nightly three way
  • What did Sincere say, during the show to help Jon move on from the TRX controversy
  • Why did Lifeline not market themselves as well as TRX
  • How to protect yourself in a highly competitive environment

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) & Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) are becoming popular & controversial topics in competitive sports lately, especially in the world of mixed martial arts. Recently, the Nevada State Athletic Commission completely banned TRT use in all combat sports. The California State Athletic Commission and Brazil soon followed suit. So what does this mean for combat sport athletes, particularly in mixed martial arts, as well as what can those who use TRT do to replace it?

Lastly, is there a difference between TRT, steroids, and other PEDs? Mike helps clarify what TRT is and isn’t on today’s show. Also, Sincere shares some highlights of his recent trip to Costa Rica. Was it all that he expected or was he and his wife extremely dissapointed? More importantly, will they ever return?

Listen to Ep.#59 as Mike & Sincere talk about the following:

  • What “huge” fitness event is happening during the same weekend of the upcoming Live Life Aggressively course makes the LLA event an even bigger can’t-miss event
  • Mike discusses the controversial TRT ban by the Nevada State Athletic Commission & the MMA fighters affected
  • What TRT/HRT is and what it isn’t
  • What can fighters who have been users of TRT/HRT can do to stay competitive, in spite of the ban
  • Why a fight between Ronda Rousey vs. Gina Carrano would be bad for business, in terms of women’s MMA
  • What is the connection between the UFC, WWE, & the network marketing company, Herbalife?
  • What you can learn about expanding your business from the current U.S. economy
  • The best business advice via the legendary group Motorhead
  • Sincere shares highlights from his recent trip to Costa Rica
  • Is Costa Rica “all” that it’s hyped up to be?
  • Why did two “chicas” sitting on a park bench have a nearby stalker repeatedly uttering the word “boyfriend” to Sincere & his wife

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Workout of the week

Deficit Barbell Deadlift (2 inch deficit by using 35lb plates) Deficit works on getting stronger off the floor on regular DL work.

Worked up to 3×3 with 415lbs. Made sure to pull the bar into my shins in order to keep it close to my center of mass as much as possible. Have been slacking on doing this recently which was making DL work harder than it should be. Weight felt great today! Heavy enough to feel it and light enough to really dial in form.

Barbell Military Press (speed work) 6x3x135lbs. Very fast sets in which I take a deep breath, then bang out 3 reps as fast as possible. Took 45 seconds breaks between sets and used 70% of my estimated 1 rep max. On Thursday, will do Wendler’s 5-3-1 and work on a repetition max.

Close Grip Lat Pulldown 3x3x220lbs (fast explosive reps. Doing some experiments with this move to see how it supports KB pressing. With KB pressing I like to tuck the elbows in when lowering and use the lats to track in a straight line as much as possible on the concentric portion.

Hanging Leg Raise 3×15 (felt great on the lower back and nice stretch on the lats as well)

Practice sets during the day

Pull-ups 5×6
Double KB Military Press 5x7x70lb bells

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High impact exercise is good for you. Yes, it is.

A recent article in the health section of the NYTimes highlights how important high impact exercise can be for improving bone density. This goes hand in hand with the overwhelming evidence that weight bearing exercise can dramatically improve and restore, or at least minimize the loss, of bone density.

Th article goes on to point out how difficult applying these protocols are to the populations most at risk, since this is the same population most likely to sustain injuries from these very activities. Here’s the article, followed by my advice to older populations who want to safely follow the research in their personal workouts:


If you are over 50 and have been warned about your bone density, start a traditional strength training/ muscular conditioning program. Minimize cardiovascular exercise to the minimum necessary to insure heart health, because too much aerobic training can reduce your body’s ability to build muscle.
Train 3 times per week, doing two or three exercises per body part for the legs and torso, and two exercises for biceps and triceps. Each exercise should consist of three sets of 10-15 reps each set, for 2 weeks. Each week thereafter attempt to increase weights incrementally; don’t over-expose yourself to injury; as long as you can complete a minimum of 6 reps. For the next three months your goal is to train 3 times per week on non consecutive days with weights that pose a significant challenge between 6-8 reps each set.
After the 3rd month, begin adding some small jumping movements into your routine, in small doses (box jumps, jump ropes, etc.) gradually adding more jumps over a period of months, not days or weeks, and always on non consecutive days!

If you experience joint pain during or after any session, take 3-5 days off before resuming any jumping, and start your jumping type activities over from the beginning.

There you go.

Supramaximal vs. High Intensity Interval Training

Another excellent post.. Serious weight lifters should pay attention.

“ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. ” – Arthur Schopenhauer

Begin forwarded message:

From: “Nick Tumminello” <NickTumminello>
Date: March 5, 2014 at 1:53:40 PM EST
To: “Scott Salbo” <scott.salbo>
Subject: Supramaximal vs. High Intensity Interval Training
Reply-To: NickTumminello

Dear Scott,

Although you may be familiar with the phrase high intensity interval training (HIIT), you may not be familiar with Supramaximal Interval Training (SMIT), which many fitness trainers, coaches and exercise enthusiasts are actually doing, and mistakenly calling “HIIT.”

In this post I provide a very simplified delinination between supramaximal interval training and high intensity interval training, and share with you some research showing how SMIT may be a more effective training method than HIIT at improving fitness and performance.

Supramaximal Interval Training vs. High Intensity Interval Training

Coach Nick Tumminello
Performance University
1547 Pickett Rd
Lutherville MD 21093


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