Fitness for Hackers – Code, Lift, Repeat[pdf, epub, azw3]
pdf, epub, azw3 | 9.22 MB | English | Isbn:B084SVT7QP |
Author: Kulp, Ryan | PAge: 144 | Year: 2020
After years of struggling with his weight, Ryan Kulp finally cracked the code to achieving a high level of personal fitness – and it had nothing to do with science, working out every day, or cardio.
In this book, told through the lens of a software developer’s approach to health, you’ll learn simple strategies that build the habits required to look great, without giving up.
In classic hacker fashion there are data models, if/given/when charts, before and after benchmarks, and even a Trello board (kanban) strategy to keep your new fitness routine organized.
If you’ve never (seriously) worked out before, the photo annotated chapter on the A/B gym routine and accompanying videos will help you master every lift. If you travel full-time and don’t have access to a gym, there are workarounds for that too. And if you can’t figure out what to eat, Ryan will share his exact diet, down to calories and scheduling, to show you what’s possible.
"Fitness for Hackers” is the fitness book for analytical-minded men who have tried (and failed) other programs. It’s for engineers, developers, and coders. And it’s for anyone who read “Four Hour Body” and didn’t see results (don’t worry, you’re not alone).
Inside "Fitness for Hackers” you’ll find:
– lazy-proof workout plans that will give you more energy throughout the day
– idiot-proof nutrition advice that you can stick to (and won’t leave you feeling sluggish)
– a complete data model and everything you need to troubleshoot yourself, your mindset, and your fitness results.
(reminder: this is a book for hackers)
Category:Aerobics, Aerobics, Nutrition