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Unlocking Your Inner Strength

Unlocking Your Inner Strength is about finding your inner and outer strengths. Learn how you can step into your greatness. This show blends Mind Mapping, philosophy and a lifetime of being a strength coach and bodybuilder.
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Apr 25, 2017

On today’s episode, the human strength expert Kyle Newell discusses the myth of breakfast and frequent meals. Too often people are led to thinking that eating more is good for the body. Tune in to learn why it isn’t so and how fasting can help you become better!

Business as Usual

Kyle bought the myth of having to eat often. He used to eat eight meals a day during the height of his bodybuilding career. He followed advices from magazines and coaches.

But as he advanced, he realized the the lessons he learned weren’t based on science. They were based off the ideas founded by the supplement industry.

From a perspective, the food and supplement industries are on for business. They are set to make profit just like other businesses. For that, they need people to consume more of their products.

Away with Stubborn Fat

Kyle did a comeback show in 2014. He had a patellar tendon rupture before that. And, he just focused on lowering his body fat as much as possible.

As he discusses in this episode, there are different fat receptors in the body. There are areas that hold stubborn fat. They are characterized by poor blood flow, and feel colder to touch.

To lose fat, blood has to get in the area to get rid of the fatty acids. If you can’t get in blood, you can’t get the fat out.

A Manageable Appetite

Kyle shares the lessons he learned from Lyle McDonald about fasting. According to him, fasting increases blood flow in areas with stubborn fat.

When he read that, he started to diet hard when doing bodybuilding shows. And, it worked. Kyle observed how his appetite became more manageable.

To hear about The Myth of Breakfast and Frequent Meals, download and listen to the entire episode! An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.

Check these awesome resources for today’s episode:

Unlocking Your Inner Strength website

Time Mastery manual


If you have any suggestions or other interesting ideas, please contact Kyle at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Apr 18, 2017

In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell gives an exciting talk about understanding body language and nonverbal cues. It’s good to determine what people are really trying to express in order to give room for positivity and success in life. Tune in and learn how to be a mind magician!  

Sensing the Negativity

The brain and the body are tied to the nervous system. This is why it’s important to understand the nervous system on a basic level. If we aren’t familiar with it, we cannot make the best out with our brain and body.

Think about the time when you sat across someone, and felt the negativity in the air. It’s like you didn’t like to be around that person. Your nervous system took in what your body or brain perceived, and the system doesn’t lie.

The Friend Equation

Kyle shares a book about body language and human relationship. You can use the lessons it has to create or pull out of friendship. In any type of relationship, there are basically four factors: proximity, frequency, duration, and intensity.

Consider being in a long distance relationship. Both frequency and proximity are low. You’d need to increase the intensity and duration to make up for the loss.

You can figure the equation on paper. It’s fun when you figure things out.

Building A Sphere of Positivity

The more familiar you are with human relationships, the more able you are to build a great sphere of influence. Kyle reminds that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.

He admits that there were times when he had to pull people out of his life. He still considers them as friends, but their philosophy in life just didn’t match. There are times when you need to take out the negative to give more place to the positive things in your life.

As Kyle discusses, you don’t have to be mean when cutting someone off. It’s completely normal to bond with others. This is why the brain does not pick up what happens in the process.

To hear about How to Be a Mind Magician, download and listen to the entire episode! An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.

Check these awesome resources for today’s episode:

Unlocking Your Inner Strength website

Time Mastery manual


If you have any suggestions or other interesting ideas, please contact Kyle at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Apr 11, 2017

In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell shares his nutrition principles. Listen to know how he developed it, and learn how it could work for you too!

Here are the show highlights of The Truth of the Newell Strength Nutrition Principles:

  • A great appetite (1:22)
  • Weight gain journey (5:31)
  • Scott Abel and The Cycle Diet (9:31)
  • John Meadows and meal training (10:29)
  • Super compensation mode (12:02)
  • Lyle McDonald and fasting (12:44)
  • Effects of fasting (14:12)
  • Principles of nutrition (15:14)
  • Who you are when you eat matters (16:23)

A Great Appetite

Kyle can consume lots of food. Back in 2014, few months after a bodybuilding competition, he spent some time off with his family and friends. Once he consumed lots of donuts, and ate a quart of rice pudding an hour after.

On their way to the next town, he and his wife stopped at a waffle house. There he ate some eggs and three peanut butter waffles. Everyone was amazed how he was able to consume that much amount of food.

Weight Gain Journey

His appetite started in 1997 when he was still in high school. That was the time he started lifting. His approach was to eat as much as he could to gain weight.

He’d go to Burger King with his friend, and order two triple cheese burgers. He continued to consume as much calories until he reached 210 lbs in his high school graduation.

Kyle was lean back then. He continued to do the same in college, and was allowed by his fraternity to workout every day and to eat when he wanted to.

Free Days and Cheat Days

By junior year, Kyle realized the need to change his approach. He decided to diet down. That’s when he got the idea of free days and cheat days.

He began to monitor the food he’d eat. He wanted to make sure they were good for him. Kyle continued to do so until he heard about Scott Abel and his Cycle Diet.

To hear about The Truth of the Newell Strength Nutrition Principles, download and listen to the entire episode! An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.

Check these awesome resources for today’s episode:

Unlocking Your Inner Strength website

Time Mastery manual

If you have any suggestions or other interesting ideas, please contact Kyle at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Apr 4, 2017

In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell shares the principles he learned in strength training and how he developed them. Tune in and learn how you can apply them as well!

Here are the show highlights of How I Came Up With the Newell Strength Training Principles:

  • Big beyond belief (00:59)
  • When stress is applied to the body (2:14)
  • Ranking different types of exercise (2:48)
  • Kyle’s bodybuilding background (3:41)
  • Scott Abel as greatest influence (6:13)
  • The value of having a great coach (7:26)
  • Full range of emotion (11:46)
  • Peripheral hard action (12:44)
  • Progressive overload (14:02)
  • Mind stimulation (15:20)

Big Beyond Belief

Leo Costa and Tom Platz’s Big Beyond Belief inspired Kyle early in life. He wanted to grow muscles and be stronger. He wanted to boost his confidence and attract people.

 

Kyle read the book in just two days, and reread it a couple times over. It taught him about full body training and the body system.

Ranking Different Types of Exercise

Kyle also learned about ranking different types of exercise. According to Leo and Tom, the highest type of exercise allows the body to move through space.

 

An example is the idea of pull up vs pull down. Pulling up ranks higher. It also stimulates the brain more.

Background in Bodybuilding

Full body training was life changing for Kyle. With it, he had shorter workouts and was able to train more frequently.

 

He understood the body’s system even while in college, and continued to put on muscles and strength. After graduation, he worked for a football strengthening program. Kyle is very much interested in his field.

 

To hear about How I Came Up With the Newell Strength Training Principles, download and listen to the entire episode! An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.

 

Check these awesome resources for today’s episode:

Unlocking Your Inner Strength website

Time Mastery manual


If you have any suggestions or other interesting ideas, please contact Kyle at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

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