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Now we know that caloric restriction is seemingly the best proven method for extending healthy lifespan, losing weight and improving health.
We also know that it sucks to have to diet for beach season, let alone our whole lives.
Luckily scientists have reverse-engineered the effects of caloric restriction and found another diet protocol which is just as, if not more effective: intermittent fasting.
And it appears to have all the same beneficial health and life-extension effects, without having to reduce the amount you eat. [click to continue…]
It’s the end of this magnificent life as we know it, the ceasing of the wonderful pleasures we have enjoyed, relationships we have had and of our impact on the world.
But is it really the end?
It appears that modern science has found at least one habit for how to live forever. [click to continue…]
We know that if we exercise with the right amount of intensity and volume then that results in muscle growth.
But many don’t realise that we can maximise muscle growth through our pre- and post-workout nutrition, which we’ll explore in this Workout Nutrition 101 guide.
So what are the requirements to maximise muscle gain? [click to continue…]
Originally posted on Xsplat.
A lot has happened since I last posted.
In summary team size has doubled, two new money making machines are almost complete, sales are rising, plus we have a new office, villa and we’re now building a compound in Bali to host our growing team.
Early draft of the new Bali compound
As a result of our last call to action four Westerners are arriving in December to Bali. There will be fun adventures, sexy girls, discussions about life and creation of businesses.
Things here on the ground are developing swiftly. Lots of training new staff and heavily developing our business infrastructure to build a sustainably scaleable company, whilst pushing forward with conversion optimisation and lots of R&D.
Things are exciting here but I want to talk about something else today that isn’t often discussed. [click to continue…]
Originally posted on Xsplat.
“The ladder of success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunity.” – Ayn Rand
In July I was in London living the same humdrum lifestyle. Same bars, same nights out, same familiar faces. Same stressful clients, same boring workday.
Good game, but poor logistics. Living at home with parents is great for saving money, not so much for your sex life.
Improving myself like any smart man should be, but still feeling held back from my true potential.
Thanks to Danger and Play tweeting a recent post by Xsplat however, that’s changed. In that post was an opportunity to be great – he had just lost a previous business partner and was looking to expand his team.
In the past I’d been a regular reader of Xsplat’s blog and I always thought X was an interesting character. He showed a rare blend of entrepreneurial pragmatism and Zen spirituality in his posts that I’ve yet to see elsewhere.
For that reason I seized the chance to give value and learn from an successful serial entrepreneur. We messaged back and forth for a while about his needs, businesses and my skills, until we realised the next step was just to meet to see if we clicked.
I thought to myself: I have nothing to lose and everything to gain, why not? [click to continue…]