Build muscle and strength with Grind-Style Calisthenics training and stay lean and healthy with satisfying Healthy Eating Strategies. The Red Delta Project Podcast is all about putting you back in control of your fitness and escaping the diet & exercise rat race.
How to Escape the Confusion of Diet & Exercise Debates
Debates abound in our fitness culture. Paleo vs vegan. Lifting to failure vs saving a few reps in the tank. Fasting vs frequent meals. HIIT vs long slow distance cardio. There’s never an end to the parade of experts telling you that one side is best while the other is the worst, even though you get that message on both ...
How to Break Out of the Diet and Exercise Rat Race
The modern rat race doesn’t just involve slaving away in a job you dislike while living paycheck to paycheck. It also involves struggling to stick to impossible diet and exercise habits while feeling like you can’t get ahead no matter how hard you work. Getting caught in the fitness rat race is no fun. On one hand you’re working as ...
Calisthenics Periodization for Beginners
Periodization is great for calisthenics, and can really help you reach higher levels of performance once you’re past the honeymoon period of your training career. It’s easy to get lost in the weeds when looking into how to make periodization work which is why I’m making it really simple and easy to understand in this week’s episode of the Red ...
Intuitive Training for Beginners
Intuitive training (or adaptive training as I’m starting to call it) is something I’ve been practicing for several months now to great success. It allows you to have a much more flexible approach to working out so your workouts fit your daily circumstances. Benefits include less stress on mind, body and lifestyle, plus a much more consistent ability to experience ...
Never Have a Boring Workout Ever Again
Workout boredom is a serious issue. It can compromise your consistency, focus and all around intensity thus jeopardizing your results. In this week’s Podcast I share how I keep the flame of interest alive even with so-called “boring” workout routines that focus on the basics. Q&A Time stamp questions: What is your diet like: 16:16 What time of day is ...
How to Overcome Perfectionism and Other Toxic Fitness Beliefs
Perfectionism and self-depreciation are just a few of the toxic limiting beliefs that plague our fitness culture. Most of these beliefs stem from low self-esteem which I covered in last week’s episode, and they can lead to self sabotage while robbing you of control of your health and fitness. In this episode I tackle these toxic beliefs and then follow ...
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Both This guys podcast, YouTube channel are a must, looking to get the book, but not sure which one. So I’m a thin guy, always doing Bodyweight training, and staying in shape but not growing (bulking) guess I’m just not dedicated enough. Nah, this guy makes you realise you don’t have to be a saint just be better. What he also adds is the science behind why and how the body works/reacts to working out. I first found him on you tube after I injured my shoulder and had to start again, back to basics kinda thing, but didn’t want to not be gaining. This gent keeps it simple, and that works for me. Hearing podcast once a week keeps me motivated.
Oh, and I like that he’s not trying to sell me stuff every two mins...
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If you're really serious about your fitness, strength & physique goals you absolutely must listen (and subscribe) to Matt's podcast. Don't just listen though... You need to really HEAR what he is saying, learn from it and embed the principles into your daily life. I've made more progress in the last three months by following his advice regarding bodyweight exercise and nutrition than I have in the last few years. It flies in the face of most of the fitness 'advice' floating around, but is 100% on the money. Do yourself a big favour... This is six star stuff!
Just found out tonight this guy has a podcast. Man after my own heart. Iv struck podcast gold