Why You Need Red Meat

What the … Health.

You may have heard of the latest Netflix documentary that tells you there’s only one way to eat for overall health – going vegan.

What The Health, like many documentaries that came before it, offers cherry-picked studies to support the filmmaker’s views.

Yes, the filmmaker – not a scientist – but someone in the business of generating buzz for his film (he gets full marks for that).

It seeks out a slew of vegan-friendly health professionals to reinforce its claims.

Side note: None of these experts look like they lift weights. They would blow over in a stiff wind. I suggest it might be the lack of meat in their diet. Yes, actually, it’s definitely that.

Of course, joking aside, there’s no doubt we are in the midst of a health epidemic. As men, we have never been fatter and more lacking in testosterone.

And, yes, most of us could stand to eat more fruits and vegetables and less processed meat and dairy.

But this documentary does more harm than good.

Let’s look at the facts when it comes to losing weight and general health…

A Calorie Deficit Matters Most

First off, if you’re overeating and sedentary, no diet will save you.

If you’re overweight, focus on losing weight first and foremost, and that starts and ends with eating less than you need to maintain your body weight.

Case in point: Mark Haub, a professor of nutrition at Kansas State University, proved that calories-in versus calories-out is what matters first when seeking weight loss.

Mark Haub limited himself to 1,800 calories a day, eating Twinkies or another treat every three hours instead of meals, while also consuming a protein shake and some vegetables over the course of the diet.

Haub not only lost weight but improved all biomarkers of health along with it. His LDL, considered the bad cholesterol, decreased, while his HDL, or good cholesterol, increased by 30%. And he reduced his triglycerides by 39%.

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Will Bacon Kill You?

First off, know this: Eating bacon on Saturday mornings will not cause you to instantly drop dead, face down in your frying pan.

The dose makes the poison.

If you make a habit of eating bacon for breakfast, chargrilled BBQ hot dogs for lunch, and processed deli meats for dinner, day in and out, yes, you may, in fact, be increasing your risk for colorectal cancer.

But regularly swapping those processed meats for grass-fed beef, wild caught fish, and lean chicken is a completely different story.

It’s the processed kind that is more likely to cause colorectal cancer, according to the World Health Organization’s 2015 review of the link between processed meat and cancer. What The Health conveniently ignores this fact.

Biceps built by meat-free hummus, spinach, and tofu (LOL)

You’d be doing yourself a disservice by eliminating red meat entirely – it’s one of the most nutrient dense foods out there (organ meats are even better), packed full of fat soluble vitamins and protein to positively impact your hormonal profile (think testosterone), build muscle and boost mental clarity.

Red meat supplies vitamin B12, which helps make DNA and keeps nerve and red blood cells healthy, and zinc, which keeps the immune system working properly, and protein, to build and repair muscle.

Further still, a meta-analysis, reported on by Examine.com, based on 24 randomized controlled trials in adults, compared red meat eaters to those who didn’t consume red meat.

Compared with eating less than an ounce of red meat per day, consuming more does not appear to have a significant influence on blood cholesterol, triglycerides, or blood pressure, according to the research.

Examine.com also notes that red meat is likely to be more harmful when prepared in certain ways.

Harsher cooking methods such as frying, broiling, BBQ grilling, and roasting consistently led to higher levels of toxic compounds than gentler cooking methods such as boiling, poaching, stewing, and steaming.

It would be quite the stretch to state that a charbroiled burger patty, bacon or sausage are the same as a medium-rare sirloin steak or ground grass-fed beef.

Eggs As Bad As Cigarettes?

This other claim from What The Healh reflects an out-of-date understanding of cholesterol’s role in health. According to Vox.com, two in three long-term smokers will die because of their habit. The same just isn’t true for egg eaters.

Cholsterol was wrongly considered a scapegoat for decades, and the scientific community has moved on since evidence has piled up showing that eating more cholesterol isn’t necessarily associated with higher levels in the blood or an increased risk of heart disease. That’s why it’s been declassified as a “nutrient of concern” in the American diet. Forget about this one. Eat your eggs.

What Everyone Agrees On

There is no best diet universally: you need to determine the diet best suited to you. The nutrition community has generally moved away from prescribing particular diets or vilifying foods.

For example, a recent consensus statement reported on by Vox.com from a very diverse group of nutrition researchers came to these conclusions:

A healthy dietary pattern is higher in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low- or non-fat dairy, seafood, legumes, and nuts; moderate in alcohol (among adults); lower in red and processed meats; and low in sugar-sweetened foods and drinks and refined grains.

Additional strong evidence shows that it is not necessary to eliminate food groups or conform to a single dietary pattern to achieve healthy dietary patterns. Rather, individuals can combine foods in a variety of flexible ways to achieve healthy dietary patterns, and these strategies should be tailored to meet the individual’s health needs, dietary preferences and cultural traditions.

There’s a lot of evidence that plant-based diets can be a truly effective strategy for many people. Also, there’s the whole animal rights movement to veganism, which is a valid reason to partake. If they stopped there, I think there would be more vegans.

But they get cultish about vegan diets being inherently the healthiest, non-vegans get their guard up and stop listening. It’s like Crossfitters telling everyone that Crossfit is the only way to exercise. Not cool, guys. You do you, but don’t force your views on others. That approach never works.

When it comes to dieting for weight loss or general health, there is simply no one-size-fits-all solution. Anyone who tells you otherwise is trying to sell you something or blind to the facts.

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The Law of Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet Cake…

My guilty pleasure.

Specifically, the one a local iconic restaurant, Salisbury House, makes…

The icing.. to die for.

The melt in your mouth filling… orgasmic.

But The Law of Red Velvet Cake keeps me honest.

It goes like this:

If the cake doesn’t get into my car, it doesn’t get home.

And if it doesn’t get home, it doesn’t get in my mouth.

And if it doesn’t get in my mouth, it doesn’t contribute to belly fat.

You feel me?

If the temptation is in the house, you are going to indulge eventually.

This rule can be applied to your guilty pleasure.

What is it you can’t help yourself around?

Make sure it isn’t staring at you from the pantry.

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3 Eating Tips for Adding Muscle Without The Fat

You are what you eat, or so goes the saying.

For men who are looking for ways to add lean muscle instead of fat, what you eat, when you eat, and what you do after eating is of the utmost importance.

When you were a teenager, you could probably get away with eating two pizzas and an order of cheesy breadsticks before heading out to gym for a two-hour weightlifting session. The speed of your metabolism made up for your poor diet.

As you grow older and your metabolism slows, however, you will need to fundamentally change your eating habits.

If you are interested in staying in shape and building a sculpted, muscular body, staying faithful to a workout regimen is important.

To help your body build muscle faster, however, a quality, nutritious diet is also essential.

Below we look at three different eating tips to help you help your body add lean muscle instead of fat.

Find the Right Balance of Carbohydrates

Traditional nutritional wisdom for bodybuilders used to urge them to eat as many carbohydrates as possible. It was thought that by having enough calories in your body through high carbohydrate intake, your body would have sufficient energy reserves to prevent muscle protein breakdown and avoid using dietary protein for energy. Both bad if building muscle is your goal.

While there is still truth to that (your body will break down muscle for amino acids that it can turn into glucose, a type of energy), many men use this as an excuse to “bulk” and add on too much fat in the process. One study written by Dustin Elliot states that the average body can store about 400 calories at a time. Any more than that and you run the risk of having those excess calories slowly turn into fat.

Another important aspect regarding your carbohydrate intake is when you eat them. Foods that are high in carbohydrates are best consumed early in the morning after waking up (think whole grain granola and wheat bread for breakfast) since this is the best time to take advantage of the protein sparing properties of carbohydrates. After an intense workout, you can also take in  carbohydrates to recover from the workout.

Do Not Be Afraid to Pack on the Protein

You know that protein helps grow muscle. You will want to add some protein to every meal throughout the day. A general rule of thumb is a palm-sized serving or two. However, make sure to prioritize lean meats such as fish, olive oils, and unprocessed peanut butter.

Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for lean muscle growth and they also help to regulate your blood pressure which usually shoots through the roof every time you are in the gym. If you cook for yourself, get rid of the butter and margarine and purchase a huge bottle of virgin extra olive oil to help your body get the good fats and proteins it needs.

One recent study done by McMaster University found that overweight men who were introduced to an intense weight lifting regime while eating large amounts of protein lost more weight and built more muscle mass than the other group that only ate regular amounts of protein.

Leave Behind Processed Foods

Fast food joints and most of the boxed and canned stuff on your grocery store shelves should be left behind if you want to put on lean muscle without the fat.

Highly processed foods are loaded with empty calories. Sorry, you know this, but it needs to be said.

While you will get more than enough calories, you will also notice a loss of energy and a growing amount of body fat. In addition, for men who care about taking care of their appearance and have high standards for grooming, these processed foods are notorious for leading to acne, oily skin, and other skin and hair problems.

Eat Well, Hit the Gym Hard, and Cultivate Good Habits

Unless you are still a sophomore in high school with a fast metabolism, eating right is an essential part of building lean muscle.

By finding a balance in your carbohydrate intake, consuming healthy fats and proteins, and avoiding highly processed foods, you can build a muscular, toned physique that will help you lose weight and feel stronger and healthier.


Aron James is the founder of StubblePatrol.com. Stubble Patrol is a site on male grooming. He loves to write about his personal experiences.



How To Achieve ‘Overnight’ Success

“He’s a natural”

You’ve heard that before, right?

But you know what gets left out? Mention of the work behind the scenes before they made it big.

No one talks about the 1,000s of hours spent on the driving range.

No one talks about the hours and hours spent on the outdoor rink.

No one talks about all the reps in the gym and meals prepped by the guy who gets in amazing shape.

These are the habits that nobody successful tells you about — in getting a 6-pack, becoming a pro athlete or being incredibly successful in a career.

I recently read a personal letter NHL great, Mike Bossy, wrote for The Players Tribune.

He was always known as a ‘natural goal scorer’ and resented the label.

“When you arrive, you’ll be known as a natural goal scorer. There’s nothing natural about it, actually. That’s something that will bother you for the rest of your life — whenever people ask you, “Why was scoring so easy for you, Mike?”

“It was never easy. Your mother loves to tell people the story about how you scored 21 goals in your first mite hockey game. But even if that story is true, the goals only tell part of the story.

“Because your mom always leaves out the part about how much time you spent all by yourself out in the backyard rink, shooting at a wooden board.

“You don’t have a real net, so you practice by aiming for the black puck-marks on the board over and over and over until your feet are frozen.”

The Players Tribune via Getty Images

Why doesn’t anyone tell the truth about what it takes to be successful?

According to Ramit Sethi, there are 2 very simple reasons.

  1. Everyone would hate you. We love to celebrate “effortless” success, so if you talk about the exact way you’re successful — the backlash comes quickly. People like to think they may stumble into effortless success eventually, so it keeps the dream alive living vicariously.
  2. These secret habits are so unconscious, successful people don’t even realize they do them.

Celebrities who get fit are always touting some bogus product because there’s money to be made.

Or they give some lame tip that’s surface level and doesn’t reveal all the work that preceded it.

Sure, they may have a trainer who gives them a leg up, but they still have to do the bloody work!

What if these celebrities told you the truth?

They would tell you…

“I count calories”
“I work out 5-10 times/week”
“I have rules of thumb I use when I eat out, like: ‘No bread. Only a small portion of dessert. A 2 drink limit.’”

The secret habits are actually quite simple. But boring. And repetitive. But, damn, do they ever work.

They’re not as sexy as saying “I lost 50 lbs with this magic pill” or “this hack helped me lose my belly” but unlike those quick fixes that don’t work, these DO work.

Some people would call these daily habits obsessive – or a bit OCD.

But those people saying that are the ones who stop and start over and over again, only ever achieving surface level success.

Although subtle, and though they might pay off after YEARS, they work.

Are you prepared to do the work?

The bounty awaits.. if you’re willing to grind.

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What to do once you’ve tried it all

Hey buddy,

You’ve probably tried everything when it comes to fitness.

1) Eat less, move more

2) Do cardio (fasted OMG!!)

3) Detox 

4) Join a Crossfit gym

5) Amputate a limb

… Right?

And some of it is OK advice. If you can stick to it.

But here’s the thing:

For every guru sayin’ this is all it takes…

… you’ve got, what, like millions of people who got nowhere trying any or all of it?

We do have an obesity epidemic after all.

So what gives?

I’ll tell ya…

The difference between those who make it and those who fail, rinse and repeat…

Usually comes down to one of 4 things:

1) Information overload. There’s too much info consumption, not enough action.

2) No wiggle room. Your diet will fail without room for failure, if you feel me?

3) Eating wrong for your genetics. Find the right diet for your genetic blueprint, not that juiced up bodybuilder’s.

4) Accountability. If it’s only you in the fight, I promise your brain will sabotage you at every turn.

Any of that sound familiar?

If so, I’m glad you’re reading this.

I help average people simplify fitness and get results.

Just what your email inbox needs, right? 

… Another guy claiming his approach to fitness is the ONLY way.

Look, I get it.

You need another diet strategy like I need a swift kick to the gonads.

(Not very badly.)

Lucky for you, I don’t have one.

What I do have, however, is a smarter, simpler, speedier approach to getting the results you want… even if you’ve tried it all in the past.

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How To Overcome Junk Food Addictions

What is about chocolate, pizza and sweets that make it so hard to stop at “just one”?

You know these foods aren’t good for you in excess, so why do you indulge?

Is it the forbidden fruit mentality? You want what you can’t have?

For starters, your brain loves junk food.

Junk foods are energy dense (i.e. high in calories). Good news if you’re a hunter-gatherer and nutrients are scarce, but bad news in today’s society of endless food at your fingertips.

But what’s happening inside your brain that drive this response?

Stephan Guyenet referenced several studies in an article on Examine.com, which show your mouth and small intestine detect the base materials in sugar, fat, and protein and send a signal to the brain that releases dopamine.

And the more concentrated the nutrients (think junk food) the greater the surge in dopamine.

Essentially, your brain is doing its job by encouraging you to pursue calorie dense foods that would help your distant ancestors stay alive or survive periods of famine. But your brain chemistry simply wasn’t built for the world you live in today.

You need simply take a passing glance at that timely pizza promotion in your mailbox and crave it because the sensory cues are so innate.  Then, with a few clicks on your smartphone, that cheesy delight arrives at your doorstep.

How can you avoid these temptations? Plan ahead. Prepare wholesome meals to bring to work with you so you aren’t starving and accidently on purpose reach for that donut in the lunchroom. Download this handy “Mansformation Cheat Sheet” to set yourself up with a nutrition plan for success. I.E. Opt for a filling quinoa salad with a variety of nutrients over a Unicorn Frap from Starbucks.

Drug-Like Effects

Further still, some junk foods combine calories with drug-like effects.

Guyenet writes about chocolate’s mix of calories and a drug called theobromine. Much like its cousin caffeine, theobromine is a mild stimulant. This drug accentuates fat and sugar’s natural ability to spike dopamine signaling, which in many people results in powerful cravings and addictive-like behaviour.

Do you remember the first time you drank coffee or beer? You likely didn’t love the taste.

But coffee has caffeine and beer has alcohol, two drugs that your brain gets a reward from.

So, in turn, your sensory cues tell you to pay $6 for that Frappuccino and elbow your way through a crowd to get to the bar.

Social Norms

Our society also associates eating with pleasure at every turn.

At the movies, you’re expected to get a big popcorn and coke.

You can’t watch that ball game without a big bratwurst.

Poker with the guys? Round of drinks and wings for all.

Those are powerful social cues to overcome. But it’ll take replacing old habits with new, healthy ones to buck those trends.

Bring a protein bar in your pocket to the theatre.

Eat a filling, healthy dinner before you head to the game.

Set some ground rules for that poker night (like a drink limit).

And, yes, you may have to overcome peer pressure and stick to your guns.

So is it futile to try to attempt another diet?

Not necessarily.

How to re-program your brain:

  • Eat more whole, fresh, minimally processed foods with a balance of macronutrients, protein, carbs and fats so you aren’t “shortchanging” your brain from much-needed nutrients (i.e. limit cravings)
  • Eat slowly and mindfully. No matter what you eat, slowing down will help your digestive system do its job and also help your brain get the signal from your gut that it’s full
  • Keep temptations out of sight. Easier said than done, but work to control your home environment. Don’t buy Costco-sized ice cream or sweets – only indulge in controlled amounts. I.E. Opt for a kid sized McFlurry on the way home instead of buying a two-gallon pail of ice cream at the store. If tempting, unhealthy foods aren’t within arm’s reach, not only will they be harder to eat, but you’ll be less likely to crave them.
  • Get this handy “Mansformation Cheat Sheet” cheat sheet to set yourself up with a nutrition plan

What’s Next?

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Finish Him! Use These Finishers To Get More Jacked Than Scorpion

Mortalllll Kombatttttt!!!

If you spent your formative years growing up in the 90s like I did, you know what I’m talking about.

A fighter can perform a special move when the message “FINISH HIM!” appears on the screen, destroying his dazed opponent.

Damn, did I hate when someone got me in that prone position.

But it was extra satisfying when I was doing the finishing. Pun intended. (Hey, I was a teenage boy…)

With that covered, let’s address the real reason for this article: Finishers.

Simply put, a “Finisher” is a series of exercises performed at the end of your workout specifically to make you puke all over the unsuspecting girl on the elliptical.

They aren’t fun or easy, but it’s a great way to combine conditioning and strength training in one quick burst of activity.

Here’s a couple quick rules to follow before we give you some actual workouts to try.

Rule 1. Don’t do them all the time.

When do you do them?

Assess yourself at the end of your planned workout. Do you have a few beads of sweat on your forehead and feel like you could handle more work? Spent most of the workout on your phone? Or are you crawling away from the squat rack after a grueling leg beatdown?

If it’s the former, not the latter, toughen up and get after it.

Rule 2. Make it quick.

Get it done in 5 minutes.  Maybe 10 if you’re stubborn. This isn’t some marathon “Murph” Crossfit challenge where you die of heatstroke halfway through.

Here are three ‘finisher’ options to choose from

  1. Agonist/Antagonist Supersets

Studies have confirmed that pressing strength increases dramatically by working or even statically stretching the antagonist muscles between sets of benching.

The antagonist to chest is your back.

The antagonist to your quads is your hamstrings.

The antagonist to your biceps is your triceps.

You get the idea, right?

Anyway, for chest and back, you might use something like this:

A1) Bench Press

A2) Barbell Rows

Perform for 4 rounds of 8 reps using the same weight. In this particular instance, you want to rest a bit between exercises as strength is still a focus here at a lower rep range with heavier weights.

  1. Circuits

These can be performed with weight (which I prefer) or bodyweight in a pinch. Hell, you could use a chair in your hotel room and get a good sweat going doing these.

In this instance, we’ll setup in the gym and hammer out 4 exercises in succession.

A1) Landmine Squats

A2) Increased ROM Push-Ups

A3) Med Ball Push-Ups

A4) 3 Ways

Perform as many reps as possible of A1, then move on to A2, then A3, then A4. Perform a total of 4 rounds, resting just long enough to catch your breath between rounds (maybe 2 minutes).

Another option, especially if your gym is a crowded mess, is to simply use the same piece of equipment or dumbbells for all of the exercises.

Let’s say, for example, you pair dumbbell flyes with dumbbell stiff legged deadlifts and dumbbell split squats. Use the same weight, cycle through the exercises, and sweat your ball bag off.

Another option, which I do a lot with my clients, is set a timer for 5 minutes. Perform the exercises in order for 10 reps of each exercise, one after the other, as shown above. But perform as many rounds as possible in 5 minutes with as minimal rest as humanly possible.

  1. Barbell Complexes

Again, nothing revolutionary here, but the tried and tested work, so why get funky with it?

A barbell complex is nothing more than a circuit of compound movements using a single barbell. You use the same weight throughout the circuit and never take your hands off of the bar.

In the video example, you’ll be doing five exercises in sequence without putting the bar down. For a full-body routine to try: floor deadlifts, overhead presses, barbell rows, stiff-legged deadlifts, and floor barbell bench presses with the same weight.

In Finishing…

Of course, stick to the plan and focus on your core training program first. But finishers can add a challenging calorie burn to finish things off.

Sometimes, you may only have time for a finisher. Ideal? No. But if you’ve had a tough day at the office and the couch is calling your name, convince yourself to do a finisher before you sit down for a binge session of Game of Thrones. It can be done in your living room with a little creativity.

But if you’re feeling fresh and prepared to run through a wall that particular day, tack on finishers at the end of your regular workout.





17 Pounds Gone In 6 Weeks

If I told you that you’d probably think I was exaggerating.

But a picture says 1,000 words, right?

Here’s the picture Angus sent me from his first 6 weeks in Mansformation 2.0 (to apply for the next group go HERE to fill out an application)

The “after” is on the left (if it wasn’t obvious enough by how much belly is gone!)

If you’ve been struggling to lose the belly for what seems like forever, I’m going to GIVE you this complete step-by-step, almost FOOLPROOF plan

Surprisingly, it has absolutely nothing to do with any of the typical stuff you’ve probably heard before:

…NO “weird fat loss tricks”…
…NO grapefruit diets…
…NO P90X…
…NO restrictive, hate your life calorie intake…
…NONE of the stuff you’ve probably tried and failed at.

Hint: You need accountability in a group and a guy to guide you who’s been there (that’s me)

You’ll get the whole plan, A-to-Z…

…including a sustainable approach to nutrition that burns fat and builds muscle…

…everything I’ve discovered about nutrition and training (which helped me lose 50 pounds and keep it off. Now I EASILY maintain 12% bodyfat eating my favourite foods)

…and all the necessary exercise and done-for-you nutrition plans you need to get results without plateaus.

But this “done for you” system isn’t for sale.


At any price.

‘Cuz I’m gonna GIVE it to you. (More about that in a sec.)

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It’s a training program focused on boosting your gun show. You’ll want to follow it about a month before summer arrives 😉

Bonus #2 –”30 Days To Shredded”

There’s no B.S. theory or fluff. Another training program focused entirely on fat loss that you can use in conjunction with the arm plan pre-summer.

Just a proven plan to bring in a nice loss of fat – like the last 5-10 pounds.

How much weight can you lose in Mansformation 2.0?

That’s up to you, Hoss.

Just like it was up to Angus.

And look what he did with it. (And we aren’t done).

Listen, if Angus can do it, if I can do it, you can do it too.

But here’s the catch:

I will NOT give it to just anyone.


Nor will I ever sell this system as a whole

At any price.

The ONLY people who can get this system are the action takers in my Mansformation 2.0 program.

Should YOU choose to have your manhood boosted…

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All the best,

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–   a sustainable approach to nutrition that burns fat and builds muscle…

–   everything I’ve discovered about nutrition and training (which helped me lose 50 pounds and keep it off. Now I EASILY maintain 12% bodyfat)

–   and all the necessary training and done-for-you nutrition plans you need to get results.

But you can’t buy this.

Anywhere or at ANY price.

‘Cuz I’m GIVING it away.

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