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Your Masterpiece: The Perfect Steak

Who doesn’t like a good steak? Letting your inner viking take over and sink you teeth into tender, juicy meat … I’m getting hungry only thinking about it! Most people are afraid to cook steak at home, as it is easy to completely ruin your beloved meat if you are not careful. But don’t give up, once you have mastered a few basics, you can have the perfect steak at home, anytime and in no time.

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Pork Loin Letscho

Easy protein for every day.

Letscho is a popular dish in Austria, originally from Hungary and mainly consists of peppers, tomato and onions. Traditionally it is combined with bacon and served as a main dish, but in Austria it is prepared with even more vegetables and therefore considered a side. Continue reading “Pork Loin Letscho”

Paired Sets For Better Results In Less Time

Doing paired sets might give you better results over time by increasing total work volume done. And it also decreases the time you have to dedicate to working out. A classic win-win situation! Read on to learn how it works and how you can implement this strategy in you own training.

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The Most Important Factor In Training

“Conan, what is most important in training?” I think Arnold would put his sword aside, take a deep look into your eyes and answer with: “Sustainability!” Not very exciting, right? Perhaps it helps if you play the Conan soundtrack while reading this. But still, the ability to work out week after week, month over month, every year without having to pause or suffering any set backs, is of great importance. It allows you to build constant forward momentum and this is where the magic happens. So, how do you achieve this?

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How To Quickstart Your Muscle Gain Journey

Featuring Stefan‘s Back Double Biceps photographed by Sebastian RΓ€uchle.

Let’s eat and grow!It’s so easy, isn’t it?

Yay, bulking (=being in a calorie surplus to build muscle mass)! What sounds like a dream for many, is in my eyes even more difficult than cutting (=being in a calories deficit to lose fat). Why?

  • Finding the balance between gaining muscle and gaining fat: some of us do not like the more “fluffy” look and don’t allow themself to eat enough; others just get into a dreamer bulk (=insane calorie surplus) and gain far too much body fat. The sweet spot inbetween is desirable as too much or too less fat are not favorable for building muscles.
  • Hard gainer: you feel like you eat a lot of food but actually you are such a restless person, that it’s simply not enough; or your appetite is low (stress or whatever) and you just can’t eat that much.

Nevertheless, difficult is not impossible and therefore we collected some tips to help you on your gainz journey πŸ˜‰ .

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Tips For Nailing Your Vacation Nutrition

Helping you to enjoy your vacation to the fullest while staying on track with your diet.

For me traveling is one of the most exciting and important things to do. I love seeing new places, learning about new cultures and eating delicious food. But traveling does put your nutrition goals at risk: most of the time you can’t control what you get served, how it is cooked or even if it has enough protein for you. Therefore I compiled some tips for you how to limit the damage and still enjoy your vacation to the fullest.

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Sunday Roast: Summer Edition

Solving the dilemma of hot summer days and the need for a perfect roast.

I love my sonday roast! I go to the butcher and let him select a nice cut of meat for me and on my way home I plan how I’m going to cook it. A few simple sides to go with it. Most of the time this will be roasted vegetables, since I am addicted to their simplicity and deliciousness. But in the summer times my enthusiasm for sunday roast comes to a halt: it is hot outside and the last thing I want to do is adding heat by roasting something for ours in the oven. But I have found a solution and you will love it!

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