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Trademarks of Logical Thinking 4

April 17, 2017 05:01

Experts that think logically do a couple of things commonly when it comes to answering questions and posting views, and you can use these trademarks to figure out who’s likely the real expert and who’s anything but before you decide to trust their advice in a field in which you’re...

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Trademarks of Logical Thinking 3

April 10, 2017 04:59

Our first installment on the type of logical thinking typical of experts described how experts are usually very ready to admit the limits, downsides, and tradeoffs of their ideas. Our second installment described that when answering questions, experts give answers only as deep as the details of the questions… no...

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Trademarks of Logical Thinking 2

April 05, 2017 04:57

In the last post, we introduced the first installment in a short series on spotting logical thinking. In particular, we’re discussing how to tell apart the experts from the others in a field in which you don’t have technical expertise. In fitness, there’s a lot of information being propagated by...

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Enhanced Recovery's Effect on the Volume Landmarks

March 21, 2017 08:07

By: Dr. Mike Israetel You’ve probably heard before how important recovery is to the training process. And you’ve probably heard some reasons before. Maybe you’ve heard that recovery is essential to the adaptive processes themselves and thus literally improves your physiology. Maybe you’ve heard that recovery lets you train harder...

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Downsides of Training Too Long at Once

March 03, 2017 06:35

Is there such a thing as training too long at once? I’m sure you’ve heard it before. “Don’t train longer than 45 minutes at a time or your cortisol levels will spike and you’ll lose muscle.” Or “Any more than 5 hard working sets per session and the rest is...