- Rohan Subhash
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- February 15, 2023
It’s only useful if you’re willing to drop $500 or so for his product since the info he writes will support what you’re doing. If you don’t buy his product, it’s not very useful since you won’t be left with much applicable action to get the body you want. I have been a runner all my life and love running, and I know that I should add more resistance training in order to be have more “functional” strength. Additionally, the medical benefits of regular resistance training are will known. 1st let me say that that the x3 system is incredible. The book here is basically an infomercial for the product.
The high-intensity interval experience is where we see the greatest adaptations in skeletal muscle. We put a lot of strain on the cardiac muscle and it grows a lot stronger. My adventure in the life sciences really started with my mother.
This time, my arguments for that would not hold up. Having said that, he does challenge current fitness dogma in interesting ways, so the book is not entirely irredeemable. His views are focused clearly on fitness as the ratio of muscle to fat, so it does downplay cardio for the sake of heart health, though his challenge to cardio workouts as a means to muscular fitness is an interesting substitute for linzess challenge. And certainly, in modern American society that exhibits a clear problem with muscle to fat ratio, his views are worth considering. As I said before, I really enjoyed the beginning of this book, the first few chapters were great, the research was there, it was well presented and made logical sense and I will gladly apply to my routine and look forward to better results.
Anytime you’re digesting food, your cognitive function is diminished. You should not be eating when you need to think or exercise. In fact, we recommend exercising fasted to elicit the most efficient muscular and hormonal response.
You know if somebody says, “I’m going to read the book,” or I have given a couple of other advance copies to some people, they text me the next day and they say, “I stayed up all night reading the book and I have five questions,” and I could tell they’ve read the book. I know this person is going to either–depending on what their goals are–it was a male, so either the guy will look like an underwear model in six months, or he is going to look like a strength competitor, depending on how you style your nutrition. You could be a leaner, strong-looking guy, or the giant guy. There are a lot of distractions in that conversation, mostly by people who sell ketogenic products.
This book is written by Dr. John Jaquish and Henry Alkire, the inventors of the OsteoStrong equipment for osteogenic bone loading and the X3 Bar equipment for myogenic muscle loading. I also find that as I was running the experiments, people aren’t actually afraid of hard work. They are afraid of committing a lot of time to that hard work. So, when we realize they really don’t have to commit a whole lot of time, they just have to go to complete fatigue for about 10 minutes. Then they just need to get their nutrition right, and that requires some sacrifice and usually, they start out and they just ignore the nutrition part.
Next, in this study only 20% of the total load was provided by elastic resistance. While it is correct to attribute the greater rate of gain to the variable resistance provided by the bands , this study does not provide evidence that training with more than 90% of resistance from bands via the X3 system will have the same effect. It is possible that the combination resistance (free weight + bands) with at least 50% of the resistance coming from free weights produces better results than either free weights alone or the X3 system alone.
Fortunately, I met Dr. Jaquish, whose discoveries have allowed me to maintain size and strength without any damage to my joints. Now that I have begun to reinforce some of my damaged tendons and ligaments, strength is increasing for the first time in a long time. If you have been more than years in diets, bodybuilding, fitness or any other serious athletic sports, there is nothing but “try to sell you another breakthrough equipment and approach”.
No one has done any properly controlled trial to determine the answer to this question. They produce some interesting statistical evidence supporting this claim in the conclusion of this book. Only about 1 percent of the U.S. male population has an athletic body fat level (not exceeding 10%). Jaquish invented theX3 barafter inventing the OsteoStrong machines for loading bones to produce increases in bone mass and density. In the course of this research, he discovered that we are much stronger in the impact-ready extended range of limb motion than in the weak ranges of barbell exercises, such as the bottom position of a squat, deadlift or pressing motion.
I bought the product with my own money and have not been paid for any testimonials whatsoever. As for the exercise equipment X3, I might even try it, having spent all my life in sports and reading tons of litterature on the topic. However when I read a book, I would like to know if this is a book or a campaign for a product. I usually try to ”sell” my employees and friends on reading because, unlike social media posts, books are meant to last and therefore rarely contain direct advertising.