In a recent podcast, Lyle announced a collaborative book project with me, Alan Aragon and Borge Fagerli.
This book will precede the book I’m working with, but will include a little something on intermittent fasting and bodyrecomposition by yours truly.
For those not familiar with Alan Aragon, he’s a nutritional consultant, contributing editor to Men’s Health magazine and also maintains the excellent Research Review. I highly encourage anyone with an interest in this field to subscribe to RR, and I do so myself.
Borge Fagerli is a personal trainer and the founder of MyRevolution, a norwegian company which provides their own line of supplements and online based training. An alround smart guy, and creator of “Myo-Reps”, a rest-pause style of weight training (google it, there are thorough explanations/guides available).
I’m excited about this project, and it shouldn’t be too long before it’s out. At least not compared to the book I’ve been “working on” for two years or so. In reality, I spend more time thinking about writing than doing any actual writing. I’ve been getting some momentum recently, so I think my book will follow shortly after the collabo. But don’t ask me for a specific date.
I also urge you to check out the podcast with Lyle, as he brings a lot of good stuff to the table, and even touches on some topics pertaining to the intermittent fasting style of feeding. It’s quite long, but it’ll be well worth your time.
- HIIT and overtraining.
- Cortisol and water retention: why some people “can’t lose weight” on 1200 calories and 2 hrs of cardio every day.
- Protein: requirements, digestion and other issues.
Check out my reviews of Lyle’s books if you haven’t already.