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Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

In direct contrast to the present-day, the iron-game’s rich heritage possessed a “common sense” approach to exercise choices and applications. Though that will directly contravene those who find marathon two-hour plus training sessions in sauna conditions as too demanding much of this difference lay in the massive lifestyle changes that has occurred since that time. Without a doubt shifting dietary habits to processed foods from home cooked meals, physical education classes in school with high testing parameters and of-course playing outdoors until it was pitch black has resulted in a mainstream population that is woefully conditioned.

The “how” and “why” this occurred is varied but in the most straightforward points I can assure you there is no simple return route for the broad mainstream and each person must take it upon themselves to right their direction.

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