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Intermittent Fasting: Why I chose it and My Results

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Hello Old School Calisthenic family! I’m Horea Gentea and with this article I want to reveal some of my own experiences with Intermittent Fasting.

Back in 2015, I began to study about training protocols and nutrition in order to further my knowledge about the human body and muscular development when I stumbled across Intermittent Fasting, a nutrition protocol where you eat your meals within a 6-8 hour window (or even less) during the day.

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5 Steps to Build Strong, Muscular Legs and Diamond Calves

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How to train your legs and calves properly is a topic most people are clueless on. As the summer is approaching and most people will like to wear shorts without caring if their calves are shredded or not. If you are on of these then the article is not for you! On the other hand some fellas would love to sport a nice chiseled, muscular set of wheels underneath those shorts and this article has been written for these saintly souls.

We are all familiar with classic chicken leg syndrome: massive and well developed upper body supported by toothpick legs that looks neither aesthetic nor athletic. Unfortunately this is a state exhibited by a lot of street workout enthusiastic and hardcore gym rats. They resemble JOHNNY BRAVO: a popular cartoon character that we all are familiar with.

Now we don’t want to see you end up looking like JOHNNY BRAVO so we have decided to help you build those legs the Old School Way just like we did to earn our well-developed, symmetrical physiques. Contrary to what most people and bodybuilders say you can build your legs up to their potential with calisthenics successfully. So stay tuned…

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“Only 5% – 1 in 20 – achieve the level of success and fulfillment they hope for.” (The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson, p. 62)

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