The Best of Kinobody “Quick Start” Guide

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Over the past several years, this site has grown into an amazing resource.

With posts ranging from dieting to lifting to lifestyle (and more), I felt like I should provide a place to "start" for new visitors to the site.

Because here's the thing...

You can transform your physique with the proper workout and nutrition strategies. This collection of posts from Kinobody are the "best of the best" that will teach you how to do just that.

I have organized them all into an easy to browse section based on topic so you can find exactly what you need when you need it. Bookmark it.

Come back here for them whenever you need help with any of these topics.

(Note: If you know of a post on the site that’s awesome, but isn’t listed here, leave it in the comment section and I’ll include it.)

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  1. Rafael

    Even at 16 years old I can absolutely attest to the value of the topics in this article. However, I would like to share a little more. High-power poses, and reassuring words work magically, but you need to believe in what you tell yourself, and you must couple these with action. Believing in your self-worth is important, and if you do, these tricks will make your confidence sky high! Self value, man…

  2. Nishan

    Great article man! Loved it! :) I have a question bro… I’m thinking of adding isometrics to my workouts.. I’ve read that majority of Bruce lee’s training were isometrics… My question is can isometrics help with myofibrilar hypertrophy?

  3. Julian

    In a club:

    Person A–> ‘I love this tune!’ (Jumps wildly and grins with the sheer glee of life, hugs his group)
    Person B–> ‘Shit, did I remember to put deodorant on? Yeah I think I did, calm down.’ (smells armpit slyly)

    Person A–> (Returns from the bar with 4 jaeger bombs, his group beaming at him)
    Person B–> (Goes to the toilets to take a break away from his group, looks at himself in the mirror, adjusts his hair 8 times, sneers at the toilet attendant)

    Person A–> (Spots a cute blonde looking at him, smiles back but returns attention to his group and continues to have fun, as if his presence is taking up the whole club)
    Person B–> (Spots a cute brunette looking at him, nervously and sharply turns head away, looks back at her 12 times to see if she is looking again, she is not)

    Person A–> (Thinks about that blonde again, moves in closer to her, in the centre of the dance floor, taps her on the shoulder, smiles, pulls her against his body, closes with a kiss)
    Person B–> (Can’t spot anymore nice girls looking his way, starts to feel sad, has no life energy, withdraws further into himself, his mind is not in the room, he has lost all presence and wants to go home)

    Person A–> Takes the girl home
    Person B–> Takes a taxi home alone

    This is about presence versus non-presence! Person A was dependent on the present to have fun. Person B was dependent on whether or not he looked good and what girls were looking at him to have fun- ego driven. Person A was loving life with his friends. Person B was pre-occupied with Self and finding a girl, his confidence on the night was so dependent on this, whereas person A just went head first into life. Everyone ask yourself if are you guilty of being person B too many times?


  4. Ryan

    Hey Greg, great post. This is random, but I am having difficulties purchasing the Greek god program and the lifetime membership. Can’t get past membership info/coupon code screen. Where could I go for tech support?