For those of you who haven’t read the interviews with me over at Richard Nikoley’s site, head over there and check them out.
Here’s the first part: “Martin Berkhan Means It.”
Second part: “Martin Berkhan’s Workout Approach.”
Third part: “Leangains: The Dietary Approach.” This is the latest one where I talk about net metabolizable energy of protein, the benefits of post-workout carbs, insulin sensitivity and more.
You’ll also find a great deal of ideas for Paleo-friendly and Leangains-certified meals over at Richard’s site.
You’ll find more examples of Leangains meals here:
And let’s not forget the now worldwide famous “Protein fluff”-recipe.
Interviews and Resources
I’ve done quite a few interviews over the years. The most extensive one, which describes my approach and how it came to be, can be found here: “Intermittent Fasting with Martin Berkhan.”
I was recently asked to give some book and resource recommendations for trainers over at “Functional Fitness,” a Swedish site. Here’s what I recommended:
- “Beyond Brawn: The Insider’s Encyclopedia on How to Build Muscle and Might.”
- “Starting Strength (2nd edition).”
- “Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism.”
- “Näringslära för Högskolan.” (Swedish, nutrition.)
- “Eat Stop Eat Expanded Edition.” (Intermittent fasting, link goes to my review.)
Furthermore, I recommended a few good and information-packed websites for training and nutrition related information:
- Lyle McDonald’s Site. Lyle has a great deal of free information on his site. For someone who wants to dig deeper, see: “Book Reviews: Best of Lyle McDonald.”
- Alan Aragon’s Blog.
- James Krieger’s Site.