Last updated: 5/12/2018
I do not recommend things lightly. If it’s on this page it means I’VE USED IT and IT WORKS.
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Cafe Fair Coffee Morning Blend
The current coffee I’m using, and one of the best I’ve tried. We all know how important focus is to building our businesses and bodies, coffee can help with this focus.
If I’m having trouble falling asleep (my mind tends to race at night), I’ll pop two of these and be out in about an hour. It contains only natural ingredients, and good amounts of Melatonin (to signal to your body it’s bed time) and L-Theanine (to calm your mind).
I just discovered Kombucha, and I really love it. The probiotics are extremely good for gut health, and the tea gives you a nice little focus.
NOTE: Always consult your physician or dietitian before taking a new supplement.
I make insane shakes with this thing, including just throwing in 20 or so health foods and powering up!
As a natural lifter I really try to minimize the use of plastic, as I still don’t know how it affects Testosterone Levels. I only use stainless steel (or on rare occasions glass) water bottles.
The Education of a Bodybuilder – Arnold Schwarzenegger
Motivational as hell. Read the review here.
These are the best books on anatomy of movement that I have found yet. Great for beginners and seasoned vets alike.
Sports Nutrition: Enhancing Athletic Performance – Bill I. Campbell
An exhaustive and in-depth book on sports nutrition. This thing is a goldmine of information.
The MAX Muscle Plan – Dr. Brad Schoenfeld
This book does an excellent job of showing us how muscle is built in a scientific yet understandable way. It also gives a workout plan, shows you how to do the movements, and touches on nutrition.
Man’s Guide to Well-Being – Regan Jacklin
Regan is a fellow writer and friend of mine, and he really has put together a great book on personal development and mental health for men.
Again: These are tried and true resources that I have used and tested myself. I comb through this list regularly to keep it updated with only the best. I only recommend things I believe in, and that I believe the entities’ mission, goals, and business practices.