Newsletter #25 – October 2016

Classic Muscle Newsletter #25

27 10, 2016

Relevant Research in the Field of Strength Training and Sports #18

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Relevant Research in the Field of Strength Training and Sports #18 Written by: Joachim Bartoll, October 2016 Classic Muscle Newsletter, October 2016 (issue #25)   In this ongoing series, I will summarize recent and relevant studies within our field of Strength and Performance Sports – including topics such as Strength Training, Hypertrophy, Nutrition, Weight Loss and more. I will wade through all the new published research and [...]

21 10, 2016

Fat Burning During Exercise and Rest

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Fat Burning During Exercise and Rest A New Look at the Fate of Fat Written by: Joachim Bartoll, September and October 2016. Classic Muscle Newsletter, October 2016 (issue #25)   A major difference between current bodybuilders and fitness athletes and those of the past is the present emphasis on steady state cardio (low intensity aerobic exercise) for fat loss. This obsession is especially prominent in northern Europe [...]

18 10, 2016

The Vegetarian/Vegan Protein Problem

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The Vegetarian/Vegan Protein Problem The Dangers of Soy Products such as Tofu Written by: Joachim Bartoll, July 2009, updated and revised in September 2016 Classic Muscle Newsletter, October 2016 (issue #25)   In my Ketogenic article series, I touched on the “protein problem” with vegetarian or vegan versions of the ketogenic diet. The main culprit is the low protein quality of vegetable protein sources – mainly due to [...]

3 10, 2016

The Epidemic of Nearsightedness

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The Epidemic of Nearsightedness Another modern disease on the rise Written by: Joachim Bartoll, September 2016 Classic Muscle Newsletter, October 2016 (issue #25)   The belief that myopia, or nearsightedness, is hereditary is so widespread that hardly no one questions it. If you find it difficult to see or focus on faraway objects, you'll probably be given a prescription for glasses. As with doctors prescribing drugs to combat [...]