Science Based Nutrition, Training and Fitness Resource, By Ed Clements

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YOUR SOURCE for cutting-edge, science based information on nutrition, strength and muscle building, sports and fitness improvement and supplementation.

Want To Become Lean And Muscular, And To Improve Your Fitness? Without Endless Gym Training??

Rather than committing hours of your week to fitness training and still be, ing unhappy with how your body looks, I’ll show you how to train hard, with heavy weights, once or twice a week to get you leaner than regular jogging ever made you.

Also, I’ll show you how to eat to improve your hormone balance so that you can enjoy delicious meals whilst becoming slim and well built, instead of you putting yourself through the pain of constant dieting, all without making body composition improvements!

Most information on training and dieting is more harmful than helpful! On Muscle Health Fitness, I provide direct, science based information that will immediately help you to move towards achieving your health, physique and fitness goals.

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Topics covered on this independent website include:

How to make major strength increases in the gym

I talk you through the latest findings on how to train to get stronger. For instance, studies have recently shown that doing a 6 to 8 week weights training cycle where you increase your number of sets to 8 on all of the major lifts is an extremely effective way to burst through plateaus and to restart gaining strength.

How to gain muscle mass, burn stubborn body fat and make overall body composition improvements

I explain how to properly train on the major compound exercises such as the squat, dead-lift and bench-press and cover why training hard, once or twice a week on these exercises makes losing fat easy whilst maintaining or even building muscle mass.

How to eat to optimise sex hormone balance and to maintain a high metabolism!

Many diets work for initial weight loss but down the road cause cravings and blood sugar problems that lead to fat regain! I present my recommended basic diet plan for becoming lean and muscular and discuss why both the macronutrient balance and the actual foods you eat are both highly important for making long term body composition improvements.

Reviews of the latest publications and books released on training, nutrition, lifestyle and supplementation

I review in detail and offer my thoughts on controversial diet structures such as intermittent fasting regimes, calorie restrictive diets and the very high protein bodybuilding diets that tend to be recommended nowadays. There are positives we can learn from these diets but they are unsuitable for the majority of people

How to optimise hormone and neurotransmitter balance to increase daily energy levels, improve your mood

Learn which foods and supplements are effective for supporting the adrenal and thyroid glands, which are both crucial for maintaining high daily energy levels and a fast, healthy metabolism; there are also certain foods, drinks and supplements that you should go out of your way to avoid.

How to overcome age and gender specific health problems and concerns

Low testosterone is a problem effecting many middle aged men – I offer advice on diet and supplementation to get levels back up into the high range. I also currently sell two products, 1:200 STRENGTH TONGKAT ALI ROOT EXTRACT and ALPHA PLUS, that I’ve found can greatly help to correct low testosterone symptoms in men.

How to make significant improvements in your general and sports specific fitness level and learn techniques that will help you excel in your specific sport

Learn how strength tips from coaches such as Pavel can be adapted to improve your sporting fitness. Besides weights training, I play cricket and was amazed when I found that Pavel’s techniques from ‘The Naked Warrior’ immediately helped me to improve my batting and bowling performance!


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  11. Haroon says:

    Hey Edward, love the site. I was wondering how one would go about losing fat and/or building muscle with adrenal fatigue? Would love to hear your input. Thanks

    • Hi – apologies for the slow reply.

      One approach I recommend for those suffering from ‘adrenal fatigue’ or CNS issues, is to combine high intensity but low frequency weights training with regular low intensity aerobic exercise.

      For instance, you could start with 1 heavy weights session a week where you do a full body workout using the upper and lower body compound exercises. This could be 5 sets of 6 on the bench, squats, barbell rows (preferably horizontal pulling) and chin-ups; then don’t do weights for the rest of the week but do 5 45 minute walks (very low stress on CNS but effective for fat loss).

      Another option would be to follow the training program from Tim Ferriss’ Occam’s regime and combine this with the 5 45 minute walks per week.

      I hope this helps. If you have questions, please let me know.


      • Haroon says:

        Ok awesome, thanks again Ed. So with the above approach, what would be a proper caloric/macro intake for someone who is 5’7″, 165 lbs, around 20% body fat and trains 5-6x a week?

      • Haroon says:

        For losing fat and building muscle purposes*

  12. Hi, sorry I totally missed the above question. I would suggest you drop 20% below your maintenance calories and stick to the 5-6 days a week training routine. Make sure you’re eating a high (but not ludicrously high) amount of protein. A 40-30-30 protein, fat, carb split works well for many people. This approach should help you to lose fat whilst maintaining most of your muscle mass (body composition improvement). Cheers. Ed

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