The new magic pill for health and performance?
The 2016 Nobel Prize on autophagy has increased the attention on intermittent fasting with regards to health, fat loss and muscle growth. If you have been in the fitness game for quite a long time, this is nothing new. Many people have succesfully lost weight with this strategy, but is intermittent fasting the ultimate panacea for health, fat loss and/or muscle growth?
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Online Coaching.
I feel there is still much confusion about Online Coaching out there. People still are quite sceptic about it and therefore I want to help the public to understand Online Coaching better. To shed more light on this awesome tool, I have decided to write a user manual, explaining what is important when working with a coach in an online setting. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot about communication!
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Update on my postdoc’s life, coaching, education and more
Stefan already wrote a nice update which you should check if you have not done it already. There was a lot going on for both of us, therefore I will add some additional points. By the way it is the first article of mine since ages and I am glad having some time for writing. This will also be one of the last personal blog posts for a long time as we want to get back to proper content and recipes for you!
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Looking behind myths to find the truth.
Ahhh, nutritions myths, one of my favourite topics! The constant desire of people looking for a quick fix, biohack, or magic pill meets bad science, lacking evidence and superstition, giving birth to a never ending onslaught of diet myths. But occasionally there is something to be learnt from even the ugliest nutrition offspring. Let’s take a look!
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