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Having more energy

Many people just don't have enough energy. They feel run down, tired, unable to do the things they really want. So many people, in fact, that they are the majority. You are probably one of these people.

Here are some tips on how to have more energy:

  • Get enough rest--if you do, you'll be a very unusual person. We sell a course on overcoming sleeplessness. Buying this may be the best investment you've ever made. Did you know that a person who is 20% sleep-deprived has the mental acuity of a person who is legally intoxicated? Did you also know the typical American does not get enough rest? For most people, this is easily fixable with the right information.
  • Smile. This helps keep energy-draining negativity away.
  • Stand up straight. Less than 3% of people have good posture. If you walk into a room full of people and notice someone just seems to have a commanding presence, look at that person's posture. Chest out, shoulders back, chin up.

    This posture maximizes circulation and breathing. It also maximizes the strength of the spine, and it just plain looks good.
  • Build those muscles. These are the engines that allow you to move. The stronger they are, the less of your personal energy you lose doing normal tasks--or even extraordinary ones. Don't just do curls and presses. Do a program that works each body part--on separate days.
  • Do front squats. This exercise builds the abdominals quite well. I have a six-pack, and when I do these squats I can feel those babies contract hard. Squats also work the rump--which is what both men and women "check out" on each other. Squats actually cause all off your muscles to grow, due to hormonal changes they create. In fact, if you do only squats, your arms will be larger than those of another person who does only curls.
  • Eat six small meals a day. Watch your portion size. Eating small meals maximizes nutritional absorption while keeping you from taking in too many calories.
  • Drink plenty of water. A lack of water will make you feel rundown.
  • Get enough of the essential fatty acids. These nourish the skin, hair, and nervous system.
  • Steer clear of cigarette smoke, alcohol, and sugary snacks. The smoke depletes your oxygen and loads you up with carbon monoxide. Alcohol is a depressant. Eating sugar causes an insulin overcharge that leaves you with less energy.
  • Stay active. This keeps your energy levels high.
  • Surround yourself with positive, energetic people--the attitude is contagious.
  • Avoid toxic, negative people--the attitude is contagious.
  • Avoid television, newspapers, and consumer magazines. These are full of disinformation, negativity, and tripe.
  • Read quality literature. This builds your mind, and it makes you more interesting to talk to. You will find it much easier to engage in conversation with positive, energetic people. Unsure what to read? Start by listening to audio books from your local library, then you'll find a genre you like. Make sure you get mostly nonfiction, so your literary diet has substance to it. Self-help books are often full of hyperbole and fluff, so read them only occasionally. Sometimes, that hyperbole and fluff is just what you need, so do include self-help books on your reading list!



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The articles on this site are authoritative, because:

  • Every contributor is an expert in his or her field.
  • The articles comply with the accepted principles of the bodybuilder literature.
  • The articles comply with the teachings of such luminaries as 8-time Mr. Olympia Lee Haney.

 Where an article is not bylined with a specific author's name, it was written by Mark Lamendola (see photos on home page and elsewhere on this site). Mark is a 4th degree blackbelt, has not been sick since 1971, and has not missed a workout since 1977. Just an example of how Mark knows what he's talking about: In his early 50s, Mark demonstrated a biceps curl using half his body weight. That's a Jack LaLanne level stunt. Few people can even come close. If you want to know how to build a strong, beautiful body, read the articles here.

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