The 6 Angry Six Pack Secrets Guide

What does it take to get a six pack?

Everyone seems to have one nowadays.

Except from the people you actually know.

In reality, most of them don’t go beyond the one-pack-mark, including you.


Despite that fact, everyone somehow seems to know how to get a six pack.

It’s easy.

It’s fast.

It doesn’t take you any more than 6 weeks, 10 days or 8 minutes.

And it’s bullshit.


The six pack is the mark of a serious bar brother, and you are dying to join the six pack club.

So you tried all those easy and convenient six-pack plans.

You have been sitting in front of the tv with your abtronic on for hours and hours.

But something just doesn’t seem to work and you don’t know why.


You just know that all those quick fixes have left you with everything except a 6 pack.

It’s because you’ve been blinded by unrealistic short term results.

That’s why these 6 angry six pack secrets are going to hurt your feelings.



Work on your abs with these routines


The 6 Angry Sixpack Secrets That Will Hurt Your Feelings


You know that sometimes you need a kick in the ass.

Someone to push you.

Someone to hurt your delicate little feelings.


You might not like the harsh words at that moment.

But when you look back, you will know.

It was EXACTLY what you needed.



1. Stop being magic pill believer and work your motherfucking ass off


You probably got enticed by the word secret.

It has this magical marketing feel about it.

Just google six pack secret for once and you’ll see that it shows more than 6.000.000 results.


That’s a whole lot of secrets out there.

Somebody must be good at keeping them.

And somebody has to be the ‘sucker’ who keeps believing that there is that one magical answer out there.


Most six pack secrets aren’t secrets at all, it’s just a way to get you into a program.

Into a course or into some other weird thing they cooked up in their marketing scheme.

If it ends in a ‘secret or supplement’, you know they are bullshitting you 9 out of 10 times.

The only secret they don’t tell you, is that they don’t include the ‘you-really-need-to-work-your-ass-off’ part.


Practical tip 1: You need to work on your six pack every single day, 24-hours a day. This doesn’t mean working out 24 hours a day, but it means: ”Making the right decisions in terms of food, exericise and rest”.



2. Get into a calorie deficit or stay a fatass


Body fat and six packs don’t go together.

They are enemies.

To really start seeing those abs you need to drop down to around 10% body fat.


The fitness models or body builders you see in the fancy magazines are usually at 5% or even lower.

Which is not really healthy.

And has a wide range of side effects such as lower testosterone, weakened immune system, bad temper, higher stress levels, longer recovery time and more…(study).


Most of the guys you see in those magazines or in fitness contests are completely dehydrated.

Tired and on the edge of breaking down.

You really don’t want to take it that far, unless you are preparing for some kind of competition.


That being said, you need to start counting your calories.

You need to start cutting away that fat and get into a calorie deficit if you want to start seeing that six pack.

Cut your calories within reasonable boundaries.


Practical tip 2: Download myfitnesspal and set your goals on cutting.





3. Eat clean like a beast and stop being a fastfood bitch


You need to start cutting those crappy meals, drinks and other stuff you have been putting into your body.

The cool thing?

Those are high in calories, which means that as soon as you put let’s say a hamburger into your myfitnesspal calculation, you will have a long and hungry day ahead.

So you will automatically start cutting away those high calorie dense foods with little nutritional value.


If you don’t you simply won’t survive beyond day one and have more cheat meals than you would like to.

What should you eat?

Stick to 1 simple diet rule:

If your great-great-great grandfather couldn’t get it somewhere in the jungle or in nature, you shouldn’t put it into your body.

Remember that it’s almost impossible to out train a bad diet.


Practical tip 3: Eat natural, non-processed foods, just like your old pops did.



4. Do a cardio session every day and don’t cry about it


You probably hate it.

Running endlessly. Whether it’s in the morning or the evening.

Guess what? That’s what you will need to do until you drop.


Cardio simply burns a lot of calories, which makes it easier for you to stay in a deficit.

I personally do 20-30 minutes of cardio every single day.

Occasionally 45-60 minutes if I feel like it.


The cool thing about cardio is that it allows you to eat more.

While a the same time still getting the results you want, because you are losing it though your cardio workouts anyways.

So run, climb, crawl, cycle or jump till you drop and don’t cry about it.


Practical tip 4: Do at least 20-30 minutes of cardio every single day.



5. Kill your abs or stay average like everyone else


You know no result will come by itself.

Getting a six pack is 100% dieting, 100% consistency and 100% working out.

They are both made on the kitchen and on the training ground.

That’s why having and getting a six pack will be your new 24 hour job.


A job that is usually underpaid.

And the workout part?


No excuses…no pain, no gain.


Pick one of the 6 pack ab routines depending on your level of skill and feel free to add your own variety or to experiment with different exercises.

Here are the 3 routines for beginners, intermediates and advanced.



Intermediate Home - Abs

ab routine for bar brothers and calisthenics beginners


And make sure that whenever you have done an ab routine, you also do lower back max out exercises such as the bridge or a plank.

If you don’t you will get some serious back pain, which will be a pain in the ass.

So this is only if you don’t want to be average.


Practical tip 5: Workout your abs and back, either every single day or every other day for at least 4 days a week.



6. Fast or fail like all the other fat people


You know I’m a strong proponent of fasting.

Especially when you combine it with some intense cardio.

Firstly your insulin is low and your testosterone levels are high when you wake up.


Now add a cardio workout to that already beneficial state for your six pack and you have yourself a recipe for some ripped abs.

Studies have shown that working out in a fastened state has a wide range of fat burning and muscle building benefits.

And it’s going to get you the 1 thing most people will never have.

A rock hard six pack.


I personally workout in the morning at around 10 and have my first meal at 12.

If you can’t do a full workout, make sure you do your cardio.

Cycle to work, run to school, just make sure you get in those 20-30 essential minutes of fastened cardio.

Workout in a fastened state, because that’s when that stubborn belly fat that has been hiding all these year starts burning away like crazy.


And it improves your insulin sensitivity which in return makes your body more effective at breaking down the glucose in your blood.

Meaning you don’t build fat as fast.

Simply put, you burn away your fat and your body will stop being the fat-storing-non-ab-building system and transform in an ab-building-fat-burning system.

That’s exactly what you want.


Practical tip 6: Do your cardio and/or morning workout in a fastened state.






Are You Ready To Transform And Join The Six Pack Club?


The 6 angry secrets might have left you with some hurt feelings and perhaps you have started to like me at least 10% less, but somebody has got to do it.

And it means it hit a nerve, which is what it was meant for.

Transforming your body isn’t just walking through an open door.


But now your lack of knowledge and need for quick fixed doesn’t have to hold you back anymore.

Instead, you can feel confident when you say that ‘this time’ you will really get that six pack.


You know exactly what to do and how to do it.

You can be ‘that guy’ with the six pack, whiping the dirt off your shoulders as you look back at your before and after pictures.

There is no reason to wait any longer.


The door to the six pack you have been dreaming of isn’t open, nor will it ever be opened for you.

It’s still closed shut and you are standing right in front of it.

But this time you don’t ‘knock’, you SMASH it open!


Beast Mode ON!



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38 thoughts on “The 6 Angry Six Pack Secrets Guide

  1. Hi to every one, the contents existing at this website are in fact remarkable for people experience,
    well, keep up the nice work fellows.

  2. Hey man, nice post. Im getting frustrated because i just checked couple of weeks ago my bodyfat percentage with a proffessional and it said 9.7%. NIce little number but i still have my lower belly fat there hanging like a pro bar brother:( Im using the renegade diet and im confused. I eat a little bit less than i should and i think om on a plateau with my workouts. Dont know what should i do. I would like to add muscle mass but i still want that ripped belly. Im afraid that even the least of my muscles will be gone if i keep this up and still i have fat. Any tips for which way i should go? Youre like my teacher in this because i dont have your kind of more experienced dude in my life:D exspecially i need tips for adding calories to the renegade diet that im using.

    And about the abs workout thing. Are you sure i should train abs every day or even every other day? Many have said you shouldnt train them that often like you shouldnt train any other muscle that often either.

    Well. Enough question for this time:D hope you can give a little kick in the ass on this:D its hard to be even this much experienced when you dont have anyone to ask for..

    1. Hey Teukka,

      Welcome to the movement first of all!

      That’s definitely a nice number. What is confusing about the renegade diet?

      Gaining lean muscle is definitely possible, stick to protein rich healthy foods (fish, nuts, veggies etc.). Use the myfitnesspal to track your intake.

      If you are already low in fat% and still have issues, chances are likely that your hormonal system needs more time to recover.

      What does your daily nutrition intake look like? What are you eating and drinking?

      Don’t expect binary answers from me, it’s all about experimentation. No body is the same, you need to find your sweet spot ;).

      Do the people that give you that advice actually have abs? And how long did it take them?

      Let me know what you are bumping into, send me a list with your daily food intake and I’ll see what I can help you with!

      Keep it up bro, you are already miles ahead of the person who is sitting on the couch.

      Beast mode ON!

    2. Teukka I’ll tell you from experience that sometimes the toughest bits of body fat breakdown are brought on by a plateau that your body stays in because even though you might eat healthy and within the parameters of your fat burning soon to be godly abs goal, the body is retaining that fat from a desire to stay in its “memorized” body composition that is dictated by leptin and other body messengers.
      A good trick I heard of and tried and got satisfying results with is getting out of a caloric deficit for a short period of time. This can be accomplished by a cheat day, though in this cheat day you shouldtake the appropriate counter measures to aid in this not causing you more body fat. Check out Tim Ferris’s recomendations on cheat day from his blog, his hacks are pretty neat and come in handy in multiple situations.
      Some of this hacks are: speed up the transit of food, for example with 100mg of caffein in an espresso. Or use apple cider vinegar prior to your deadly carb cheats of cheat day to reduce the insulin spike, engaged in heavy contraction prior to each cheat meal for example 50 push ups, 50 squats, 50 of some other body weight exercise.
      By doing this you will give a signal to your internal hormone environment that you’re NOT robbing it of its delicious addiction to sugar, that you’re NOT threatening the memorized status quo of your composition (even though you are 😉 ) and it can stop sabotaging your attempt to do exactly what you’re telling it not to.
      Experiment above all, take the word of none at face value, submit all knowledge to experience and thrive in the power of confirmed knowledge.

      Strength to you all!


  3. Hi again, first on topic, nice post, haven’t read it fully yet but probably will. I already have that 6 pack but it can definitely be stronger and I could also lose some of the remaining fat around my stomach.

    Got a question in mind once again and thought this is also the right place to post it. So I see myself kinda binge-eating nuts sometimes, mostly when I crack them open one by one and lose count of how much I actually ate already. I looked up in the web how many you should eat per day and it says about 30 grams, like one hand full. Now being a calisthenics athlete (if I may call myself that already :P), is the number appropiate or should I look for some more? What amount do you recommend? I guess I’ll stop eating them one by one and measure the amount first after cracking and then eat them 🙂

    1. Hey Florian,

      Haha, thanks bro!

      Good for you, most people will never have that six pack ;).

      Haha, I know that feeling bro. Once you have one nut, you go nuts on them…I’ve had these nut binges too.

      Again, it depends on your goals and on your body. Some people are allergic to certain degrees to nuts, so they definitely should be moderate in consumption or completely skip them.

      In your case however, you probably aren’t. From that point on it boils down to how much calories you want to put into your body. Nuts are really calorie dense, a bag of almonds is usually between 6 to 900 calories.

      If you don’t experience any negative effects and are not too sharp on calories, there is little reason to stick to just 30 grams of nuts. Those 30 grams are probably a generalization, based upon the general public and guess what? The general public doesn’t work out, doesn’t eat completely healthy and can’t do more than 3 pull ups. So if you are part of that general public, stick to those 30 grams. If you aren’t, don’t take those guidelines too seriously, but experiment.

      Find what works for you. And use that to your advantage.

      Beast mode ON!

      1. Thanks for the reply, it was really quick as well, appreciate it. It’s not like I have a rock hard defined sixpack yet, it can of course use some work, and I’m on my way, but when I flex you can see those 6 muscle packs and I didn’t have this before calisthenics. 🙂

        Anyways, sorry that I forgot to put this in my last comment, but there was another thing I totally forgot to include. About fruits, when I looked at your blog about nutrition I actually couldn’t find much on this topic other than the recovery fruit bowl. Of course you eat fruits, but again, how many should one eat per day? After my fasting or workout I often crave for a banana, apple or some other fruit. I also love those frozen packages of fruits. They also serve like a snack and a replacement for sweets for me, but can you eat too many of them? (obviously 20 a day would be too much but I think you get me)

        1. Hey Florian,

          Fruits are definitely on the ‘my-favorite-things-to-eat’ list.

          Bananas, apples, oranges, blueberries and especially frozen fruit from the AH (You probably know what I’m talking about ;D).

          Again, experiment. No body is the same. The nutrition and supplement industry want to make you believe that there is 1 single optimal number for things. Like 2 or 3 servings of this or that. There isn’t. I personally eat lots of fruits on a day, depending on the caloric intake I’m aiming for. Just make sure you also get your proteins for better results with regard to muscle gains.

          So definitely use them as a snack or replacement throughout the day. Total number? It all depends on your goals and your current level of activity.

          If you are burning 10.000 calories, you’ll need to eat shitloads of fruits to come even close. If you are burning 10, you’ll probably need to eat a little less. So I personally eat as much as I want to, as long as I don’t go beyond my caloric intake if I have one set. Then again, your body might be different. I can eat tons of fruits and still look pretty lean. Just experiment with it. Try eating more fruits for a week and then less for a week and see what happens to your body, how you feel, how you recover, etc. Because if I’m completely honest, you are the only person who really feels what your body needs and doesn’t need.

          It doesn’t matter whether I’m a professor, a professional athlete or scientist who researches nutrition. None of them can feel your body better than you do. They can give you advice, but still…you have to experience it for yourself and draw your conclusions.

          These might not be the exact answers you are hoping for. But rest assured, the more you discover about nutrition, the more you will realize that there is ‘no single answer to it all’, it’s all about individual needs.

          Hope this clarifies things.

          Beast mode ON!

          1. Hey again, great detailed answer, I appreciate your constant effort.

            Don’t worry, this does help me and answer my question, I feel like I can eat many fruits and nothing negative happens, but I just wanted to make sure, because they contain the natural sugar. It doesn’t really do anything negative to me when eating fruits, but I just wanted to gather some other opinion.

            Other than that, this AH you talked about, you mean a website? 😀 I just looked it up and found but I didn’t know this before, I’m not from germany as I mentioned in a comment before, but the site does look quite high in quality, maybe I will actually order something there.

            By the way, got another muscle up today, even if they are pathetic and I have to swing like a monkey haha, it’s something.

          2. Hey Florian,

            Oops I thought you were Dutch ;). I’d say the amount of calories is more important if you are purely looking at gaining or losing weight. Of course we shouldn’t neglect how healthy those calories are. In terms of health, fruits are great for 99% of people. Still, experiment with it, you might get some sick results from eating even more fruit or perhaps from eating even less. I personally function really good on lots of fruits.

            The AH is a Dutch convenience store, you can probably get the same stuff in the Lidl.

            Haha, bosssss!! We all start like a drunken monkey ;).

            Keep focusing in the positive and I’m sure you will get multiple muscle ups in no time.

            BEast mode ON!

  4. Hello, Istabrak back again for an update! Around 1-2 weeks ago I wrote on this blog that I had started calisthenics and that I was able to do around 3 bad pull ups, 3 bad dips and 10 bad push ups, I have progressed and now I am in all sincerity able to do 9 pull ups, 10 dips, and 30 push ups in a row. I am really excited and amazed by how fast I progressed, I felt stuck the first couple days, but now I am a lot stronger. And I am going to continue this way, I have been following a pull up routine which I used the same principle to dips and push ups aswell, would you mind watching this 5 minute video and telling me what you think of it? It has helped me tremendously already, do you think I should continue for a month maybe and then coming back to the 6 month essential routine to pursue the muscle up? Please get back to me with an answer, thanks!

    Video :

    1. Hey bro,

      Awesome stuff!

      This is a great video, I love Barstarzz and can definitely recommend you to look for as much resources as possible.

      Take what works for you and make your own system out of it.

      If it works for you…KEEP DOING IT! Haha, simple rule ;).

      Why not combine both ;)? Try to combine this with the six month plan. There is no right or wrong here, only that which works best for you.

      More questions? ASK!

      Beast mode ON!

      1. Just a question, how would you recommend me to combine it with the six month routine? I think that I am on month 3 level, so how would I combine the barstarzz routine which I use for pull ups, push ups and dips with the 6 month routine?

        1. Hey bro,

          Good question.

          I’d like to give you an exact answer, but I can’t because I have little insight into your current level of strength.

          A possible solution however is that you do the Barstarzz pull up routine and in addition to that do 1 of the routines of the 6 month plan. Or you can alternate.

          1 day 6 month plan, the other day the Barstarzz plan. See what works best for you.

          As the 6 month plan states: “This is no ghospel truth, it’s just a guidline for you to use”. Use what works, discard what doesn’t and add what is uniquely your own.

          Be creative, you know what your body needs best 😉 or you’ll find out.

          Beast mode ON!

  5. Hey guys I love all your posts super detailed and easy to follow, your videos definitely got me motivated. Not sure if this is the right board to ask this question.

    I’m 36 6’1″ 195 lbs I started following your 6 month essential plan 2 months ago but recently just bought the 12 week system.

    2 months ago I could only do 6 pull ups but now I can’t seem to get past 10. Week 2 day 5 killed me. I’ve been doing negatives and trying not to go to failure, how long does it normally take someone to gain more reps. Any suggestions on how I can improve?

    2nd question what are your thoughts on IF and shift work. I work 4 on 4 off 2 day shifts 8am to 8pm then 24 hours off then 2 night shifts 8pm to 8am then 4 days off.
    Thanks for all your wicked posts I look forward to trying the bar brother challenge at the end of my 12 weeks.
    Add another Canadian to the Bar Brothers 🙂

    1. Hey Scharf,

      Welcome to the movement and thanks for the positive comment! And congrats on getting the system ;).

      This is highly individual to be honest, some people need days others need weeks and some exceptions need months.

      What you can try to experiment with are ‘supersets’.

      Basically 2 exercises which you do directly after each other without any rest.

      What I can personally recommend are let’s say you need to do 10 pull ups, do as much as you can. Let’s say 6, and do negatives for the remaining 4.

      After that go straight into diamond push ups/wide push ups/regular push ups 8-12 reps.

      Then take 60-90 seconds rest and repeat.

      In addition you can make use of the pull up progression routine: as an addition to your training plan.

      With regard to your IF schedule, I’d say you have a bit of a challenge. What you can do is at least try to stick to the 8 hour window on the regular working days and free days and during the night shifts try to place the 8 hour window somewhere in there.

      It might mean you don’t have a 16 hour fast every now and then, but that’s just the way it is.

      You’ll definitely need to be a bit more creative ;).

      Welcome to the movement Canadian brother!

      And looking forward to hearing more.

      Beast mode ON!

  6. Thanks for all the great feedback and quick reply. I look forward to watching myself progress. 100 percent every workout!

    Beast Mode here we come!

  7. Hey Rich, it’s Istabrak back again for some questions.
    So I have recently been feeling some pain in my lower back every time I do a sudden movement, ie hanging leg raises or any other core excercises. This keeps me back from doing full ROM and also completing the amount of reps that my muscles are capable of. It’s just that the pain keeps me back, what should I do to adress it?

    Also another question, when I do pull ups, I kinda feel it in lats and some in my biceps, how do I focus mainly on lats? I looked it up on the internet, people saying drive with your elbows. It’s just really hard to know how to do it. What’s your tips for targeting the lats during the pull ups?

    Thanks a whole bunch for all the help so far during my calisthenics journey, Rich. You are truly inspiring me, at age 15. I am dedicated to keep going and do calisthenics for my whole life. I’ve only been at it for a month but I really love it. Thanks again!

    Regards from Sweden, Istabrak 15.

  8. Hey bro,

    Happy to read that you have been getting a taste for calisthenics ;).

    What does the pain feel like? Is it a stinging pain or more of a fatigue/stiffness.

    To address your challenge, have you been focusing in your lower back every time you did ab exercises?

    First of all why do you want to focus on your lats? Because it looks cool? 😉

    As you progress your lats will become more visible, especially when you start doing back levers and front levers.

    There is not need to only focus on lats however, if other parts of your body haven’t even catched up. I understand that you want to emphasize certain parts of your body, but first get the basics down. Can you do a muscle up? Can you do a back lever? Can you do a handstand? No?

    Then focus on the basics first ;). Haha, I don’t want to sound like some teacher, but if you really want to isolate certain muscles, you need gym equipment.

    Keep doing pull ups, keep doing push ups, keep doing squats…do the basics and when you have the basics down you can start specializing in certain areas.

    Beast mode ON!

    1. Well I can actually do a handstand. I think you might have misunderstood the question. I don’t feel it in the lats when doing the pull ups as much as I feel it in the lats. My purpose with calisthenics is not aesthetics but complete body controll and strength.

      And yes my back pain is only when I make quick moves. It is a sharp pain that comes in that disallows me to do certain exercises.

      Also when should I start practicing my L sit? I really want it ASAP. Same with muscle up, I heard that when you can do 10 pull ups and 10 Dips you should attempt a muscle up and practice it. Any idea when it is suitable? I can do 10 pull ups 11 Dips and 30 push ups.

    2. I NAILED MY 2 FIRST MUSCLE UPS TODAY! I even filmed it. I had never attempted them before today, used some momentum, kipping knees up to chest and there it was, 2 muscle ups in a row, could easily do more but I was so excited that I didn’t even think about doing more. This is 2 muscle ups after 1 month of calisthenics, 3-4 weeks.

  9. Hi and thanks for a great website!
    I’ve been doing calisthenics for about 6 month and can see awesome results, but reading this article makes me wanna step my cardio up a bit. Usually I do my workout routines first thing in the morning, before breakfast. So i wonder, when should I best do my cardio? Right after the workout, after eating, or even saving it for later on the day? Is something to prefer or is it just to beast on? 😉

    1. Hey Danny,

      Good question!

      Great to read that you have been getting some serious results :D!

      Awesome, that’s great, because you are still in a fastened state. Do your cardio either prior to or after your workout. I’d say doing it in a fastened state will give you the best results. So combine your workout with cardio or have a seperate session before or after.

      Make sure you get into that caloric deficit as well. Because no amount of workout will beat a horrible diet.

      Don’t stay in a deficit for too long however, have 1 day a week where you overconsume to restore your depleted glycogen and boost your leptin levels.

      Beast Mode ON!

  10. I have a question about cutting while doing calisthenics, how do you do it? I am really confused, because how long should I cut and how long should I bulk. And should I include cardio? (Really hate it). Also, do you really even bulk like you do when you lift weights? Go into a caloric surplus and work out intensivly? I am just really curious about bulking/cutting/staying lean when doing calisthenics. Please do enlight me.

    Regarding pull ups and muscle ups, as mentioned above I hit my 2 first “muscle ups”. I did them today again, and did some more. But it came to my realization that it is mostly just me using momentum and kipping to get over the bar and then dipping up. How should I progress into an actual muscle up with least momentum? As my pull up count is low (10) I can’t really do chest high pull ups. I want to be able to, but my pull ups are really lacking, feels like I cant get by 10. Any tips? When should I stop doing the Barstarzz pull up routine and come back to the 6 month routine?

    Also another question, if I would like to represent my area by creating a Bar Brothers Sweden youtube channel, would I have to have permission from anyone to use logo, name, etc. And if so, how do I get into a collaboration with Bar Brothers DC?

    Hope you can answer my questions above, there were quite a lot of them. Sorry if I am asking to much but I am kinda new to calisthenics and there are so so many question marks around it.

    Until next time, Istabrak.
    Beast mode ON!

    1. Hey Ista,

      Good question, I just wrote a blog about this.

      Here is a simple set up:

      Cut until you have a well defined six pack.

      Bulk until you start losing that definition (4-6 weeks).

      Then cut again (2-3 weeks).

      This way you stay lean, while at the same time gaining muscle and if you combine this with intermittent fasting you become even more insulin sensitive and stay more insulin sensitive even while bulking.

      Which will help you in gaining muscle more effectively.

      Read this post:

      I’ll write a blog post about ‘micro bulking and cutting’ this month (I’m currently experimenting with this and the results are promising).

      That’s the way it’s going to be with the muscle up. You can’t expect yourself to do a perfect one at the first few tries. Give yourself time bro ;).

      You have to slowly decrease momentum and get your strength purely from your shoulders (I’ll make a tutorial about this when the weather gets better) and you’ll get more strength by…doing more muscle ups ;).

      That’s up to you, it’s your training bro. I’d say you are ready to start the 6 month plan again.

      Basically there is no real ‘certifiation’ for it. You just set it up and notify the official bar brothers, they are usually really positive about it, because it’s in their benefit to have more people on the movement!

      Beast mode ON!

  11. Hi Rich,

    After finishing reading of Regeneration diet i am considering what is the best time for training. i saw in some your tutorial that the best time for training is Morning but book recomends to train before overeating part of the day. therefore what is your consideration to have training in morning during fasting period.

    Based on your diet tutorial I am guessing that you keep undereating and overeating period. or not?

    second question is regarding atlethic Green – is it same like macha tea? reasons for using is detox? do you use it? or how do you supplemnet it?


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