Calisthenics, Fat loss, Powerlifting, Powerthenics, six-pack, Training, Uncategorized

The Evolved Physio Phyt Vision

Having launched the ‘Physio Phyt’ blog 18 months ago without adequately explaining its purpose, I thought elaborating on my vision was overdue and necessary. When I first conceived the idea of my own blog 2 years ago, I wanted to synthesise tidbits from the array of health resources that exist; it was originally going to be an ‘Eclectic Health Digest’ of…

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Alcohol, Anti-ageing, Fat loss, Recovery, six-pack, Testosterone, Training, Uncategorized

3 Easy Strategies To Prevent Fat Gain This Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner, which inevitably means banquets of delightful foods. It is a season to be enjoyed but, for the health-conscious individual, represents a formidable threat to one’s discipline and concomitant fat loss efforts. While the suggestions I will outline in this article are by no means revelatory, they deserve consideration if you want to exercise your innate…

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Alcohol, Anti-ageing, Fat loss, Recovery, six-pack, Testosterone, Training, Uncategorized

How The ‘Gut Microbiome’ Ultimately Governs Our Health

The concept of ‘hitting’ one’s macronutrients, or even merely calorie-counting, is as pervasive as ever in the fitness world; and, while I don’t deny the importance of tracking macros or calories for body composition purposes, I do believe the macro obsession obscures the bigger picture. That bigger picture is our gut health, or ‘gut microbiome’. Don’t worry if you are one…

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Anti-ageing, Fat loss, Recovery, six-pack, Testosterone, Training, Uncategorized

Strategies To Lose Stubborn Stomach Fat

It can be incredibly disheartening when you have been training consistently and eating ‘clean’ at least 80% of the time, yet still are plagued by the stubborn accumulation of belly fat. Although men and women tend to deposit fat in different locations, in light of distinctive hormonal profiles, a large proportion of both genders have struggled (and continue to struggle) with…

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