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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.

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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.

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  1. Greg, a little comment for the guys with big strong quads. As a hockey player I can tell that most of us got very strong wide base with big quads, big asses and fairly small waist. This makes buying jeans that fit our figure very tough.

    I would imagine that a lot of powerlifters and other power athletes would have the same problem.

    Fortunately there is a company that recognizes this need and created a special product line for us.
    Alexander recently posted..Whitney Reid Workout Program and Deadline Diet

  2. Sebastian

    Another great article!
    You should do one for those of us who have a little acne on their shoulders and back!!

  3. Isaac J

    I’m a bit disappointed Greg didn’t show off his own style. He’s in better shape than most of the guys in these pictures who only get fit for roles.

    Besides, Greg probably has tastes closer to his readers than these celebrities.

  4. Joe

    Trying to find stylish clothes when your 5’4″ (162.5 cm) is definitely a challenge especially if you don’t have a big budget. Smalls at most places are quite a bit to big. Sometimes even extra Smalls can be a tad bigger than I would like and not everywhere even sells extra Smalls. Although for tank tops I can get away with some Hurley and other brands in the large to extra large size for children ( my wife hates that I can fit them but that’s the way God made me).

  5. Paul

    The Kinowear Bible is a great book! I bought it over a year ago and it has helped me improve my wardrobe. I often pull it up on my phone while shopping for clothes.

  6. Andreas

    Any tough about writing a article about how to take care of skin? i know that nutrition is a big part in keeping the skin healthy. Do you use any products like face wash/scrub, or moisturizer?

        • Interesting, I used to have a lot of acne but once I started fasting, with coffee, my skin cleared up. So coffee never caused acne for me! It helped my skin because it allowed me to fast longer. But I suppose certain people are different.

          • I guess it depend what you put in your coffee too. Black coffee is full of antioxidant but the problems is in the fat from the cream and the sugar that most people add to their morning coffee.

            Where you fasting following daylights?

  7. bje

    While zinc and vitamin C help with skin, I’ve recently stumbled upon the absolute, single killer healthy skin supp – just plain ol’ vitamin d3.

    At first I was taking the Ostelin style they recommend for old women (for frail bones considering it aids calcium absorption… nothing crazy here) in 250IU (or 5oo doubled). Now I’m on 1000IU in chewy form – purely just for the taste and having to take one less actual tab a day.

    I do feel the real tab worked better but my point is – I found this on the net myself and thought I’d give it a go. And holy moly, the success!!!!!

    I’ve always had OK skin, but my back was a real pain, despite scrubs and cleansers etc. But I’m not sure of the exact science of how Vit D works (although hey… the sun is good for your skin anyway), but it works incredibly well. Cleared my back amazingly and although it’s still human for the odd one to show here and there, my skin is clearer than a sunny day sky now. My sister, who is a skin/makeup artist, could not even believe the results when I showed her.

    Give it a go peeps, trust!

  8. Seamus Wall

    @Andreas re skincare products.
    The best in my opinion are Trilogy & La Roche Posay.
    You can get free samples from Pharmacies and department stores to see what suits you best.
    It’s best to get soap free products for your face – La Roche Posay.
    Trilogy make great moisturisers from Organic plant based ingredients.

  9. Man, sounds like this could turn into an entirely different blog post lol. I’d also be interested in learning about skin care. Pimples and shit aren’t fun.

    Nicholas – great post! Well thought out, and awesome examples to demonstrate your points.

    This strikes a chord for me as well… I’ve always been a huge fan of Express and last summer I leaned down and decided to get some new clothes. $500 later, I got some of their fitted 1MX shirts (Mediums) that fit really well.

    Since then, I have been doing more of Greg’s muscle building program – which has been awesome – but those 1MX shirts aren’t meant for muscled guys haha (they’re more for the “lean” look, which is what they advertise any way). Sucks though – the shirts are tight and strained across the chest making them uncomfortable.

    This article gives me plenty of great ideas that I can use now though.. Thanks a lot!