Ok here’s the 1st installment of Friday’s 5 Fitness Favourites a post covering my 5 favorite fitness related things from apps to social media post worth of your attention. So lets get straight into it.
1 – Athlytic iPhone/ Apple Watch App:
So I’ve just started using this app on my apple watch and I’m loving it, I had in the past used the whoop strap (but got over the monthly subscription model) and Oura Ring (hard to lift weights without scratching it while wearing it. during lifting workouts).
The Athlyticapp gives the fitness & health enthusiast everything they’d need, as a coach and for my own training all the data from whoop was great but at the end of the day you could say it’s over kill and in my opinion it wasn’t worth the monthly fee compared to an the annual fee $49 for Athlytic when all the same applicable data is available inside Athlytic.
What’s inside app you ask?
2 -How to Feel Energized & Sleep Better With One Morning Activity | Dr. Andrew Huberman
3 – 45 Degree Hip Extension Tips From The Guys @ N1
More Glute training knowledge bombs from the guys @ N1 check out this post. The guys at N1 have a saying don’t let your feeling get in the way of your gains and these guys are great at analysing exercises and putting sensation based exercises through proper testing to see if the exercise hype is worth the squeeze, in this post they compare two set ups on the 45 Degrees hip extension. https://www.instagram.com/
4 – Neuro Prime – My Current Favourite!!!
My favourite supplement at the moment. I’m using this more as a focus supplement opposed to non caffeinated pre workout. The dosages of alpha gpc 200mg and tyrosine 250mg per cap are great for lighting up your brain for focus for work or training.
I’ll be re launching the access to the ATP labs supplements with your own personal discount codes to. order from my website so you can save on international shipping while having access to one of the best practitioner brands in. the. industry more info to come.
5 Tim Ferris & Charles Poliquin Podcast
As we conclude the GBC (German Body Composition) Program, it seems fitting to pay tribute to the man who popularised this program. To do so, I’d like to share one of my favorite podcasts where he was featured on Tim Ferris’s show. Regrettably, Charles, the man behind this training program, passed away in September 2018. I was lucky enough to attend many of his seminars from 2007.