AuthorAdam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki is a full time writer who spends most of his time in the coffee shops of London. Adam has a BSc in psychology and is an amateur bodybuilder with a couple of competition wins to his name. His other interests are self improvement, general health, transhumanism and brain training. As well as writing for websites and magazines, he also runs his own sites and has published several books and apps on these topics. He lives in London, England with his girlfriend and in his spare time he enjoys climbing, travelling, playing games, reading comics and eating sandwiches.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Weight Loss and Body Transformations

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If you’re someone who is interested in getting into shape, then you will likely have made attempts at starting a training regime or a new diet. If you are like 80% of the general population though, then you will have found that sticking to these new programs is something of a challenge and you end up quitting your new regime and reverting back to your old habits. In other words then, if you...

The Most Annoying Diet and Fitness Myths

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As someone who has spent a lot of time either researching into health and fitness or doing the workouts in person, I consider myself fairly knowledgeable on the subject. Despite that though I still respect the fact that nothing is ‘set in stone’ as it were when it comes to training because we’re making new discoveries all the time, and obviously what works for one person...

Personality Traits That Help You Succeed in Bodybuilding

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Bodybuilding is a fantastic sport that has more positive impacts on your body and mind than most people are aware of. Bodybuilding is such a psychological activity in fact that arguably you could say this is the main deciding factor that leads either to success or failure and the simple fact is that most people who don’t manage to get into shape just haven’t put in the same effort or tried for as...

Choosing the Sugar Substitute That’s Best for You

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According to the US Department of Agriculture, the average American adult should consume no more than 1.4 ounces of sugar per day. That adds up to 32 pounds per year which, if you’ve ever lifted a 32-pound bag of anything, is a considerable amount of food. The awful truth, though, is that the average American adult consumes 156 pounds of added sugar each year. With increasing warnings that...

Metabolism-Boosting Foods to Include in Diet After a “Cleanse”

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Cutting calories—that’s the first thing most weight-loss hopefuls put on top of their list when trying to reach their ideal goal. While it’s completely understandable—for years dietitians and nutritionists have said cutting 500 calories a day would result in losing at least one pound by the week’s end—a new study (1) suggests that this pioneering guideline is completely false...

How to Gauge If Working Out Is Working

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Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your work out is actually working or not, especially if you aren’t really losing any weight and your only looking at the number that appears when you step on the scale. The scale isn’t always the best indicator of how effective a workout is though, especially because muscle weighs more than fat, so those numbers can be deceptively discouraging if that’s all...

How to Know If You’re Being Lied To

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Nobody likes being lied to and it’s a horrible feeling to think that you can’t trust what someone is telling you. Sometimes this ultimately doesn’t matter though – whether or not your best friend really used to be a boxing champion is really immaterial, and it may be best if you never do find out how you looked in that jumper. But in other cases it is critical that we...

Why a Routine Is Crucial for Improving Your Health and Fitness

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If you want to improve your health and fitness, get a better physique, lose weight or improve any other aspect of your life, then the single most important factor to focus on is consistency. The best workout in the world is not going to make any kind of positive change to your physique if you only go a few times before giving up. Likewise, even a poorly designed training routine will still have...

What Are Steroidal Saponins?

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When you hear the word ‘steroidal’ being used to describe any food or supplement, it may well set off alarm bells. Of course a lot of guys would love to get many of the positive benefits of steroids in a safe and natural manner – but none of us want the increased body hair, the acne or the liver disease… Rest assured that saponins are not steroidal in that sense but that also means they aren’t...

How and Why You Should Create a Morning Routine

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In his book Tools of Titans, Tim Ferriss collects interviews he conducted with some of the most successful entrepreneurs, athletes and film stars on the web. His objective was to look for similarities and connections in their habits, strategies and philosophies in order to see if he could find useful common ground; the idea being that if we emulate some of those habits, we might get to share in a...

Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki is a full time writer who spends most of his time in the coffee shops of London. Adam has a BSc in psychology and is an amateur bodybuilder with a couple of competition wins to his name. His other interests are self improvement, general health, transhumanism and brain training. As well as writing for websites and magazines, he also runs his own sites and has published several books and apps on these topics. He lives in London, England with his girlfriend and in his spare time he enjoys climbing, travelling, playing games, reading comics and eating sandwiches.