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. Clemens

    Hey Greg

    Very moving piece! Imagining my own (now 3yo) son saying something similar about me one day brings tears to my eyes right now. What a great inspiration to be (or become) a role model for him.

    Thank you for sharing this with us.


  2. Anthony

    This, my friend, is one of the most eye-opening article I’ve ever read. Thanks for all your wisdom. You are actually one of my greatest role model with your website. We have the same age, so I can easily connect with your thoughts. I know I couldn’t start my Monday with a better mindset.

    Bring on the Kinobody Transformation, my muscle building journey will be far deeper than only physical changes. Thanks again Greg!

  3. Thomas

    Holy shit.
    Had to read this through twice, just to be sure i got it all !
    Amazing, you’re knowledge is unbelievable, and your writing skills are amazing, you really understand how to keep it interesting!
    I have no real comment, just want you to know you’re doing an amazing work!
    Im always excited to read your words, especially this stuff about happiness and success. Thanks to you i’m reading the power of now, and really enjoying it!
    And ofcause everything about working out and nutrition, you have completely changed my physique for the better (:
    So keep up your work, and you’re gonna change more life’s than just mine !

  4. Patrick

    Best post yet Greg. Well written. Thanks for sharing your personal yet painful story. A very fitting message for a society increasingly gravitating towards finding identity in drama and being a “survivor”, constantly distracted by tech gadgets that lift them out of the present moment.

  5. Brad

    I completely agree with all these principles. Especially being in the present moment, and not looking towards the future for happiness. Ever since I learned these principles, life has been so much more enjoyable. It’s still a work in progress, but I’m finally coming close to learning that skill of being fully present. I have you to thank Greg! Just like your father was a role model to you, you have been a role model to me. Everything in my life is more enjoyable, wether it be work, school, time with family and friends, or even dealing with hardships and accepting the situation. Regards my friend, and thank you!

  6. Awesome post, Greg! I also recommend everyone to listen to the current Road To Ripped Episode, where Greg and Chris talk about exactly this topic in depth!

    Keep it up, chief.

  7. Seamus

    Great Post Greg – you have boiled it down incredibly well.
    Being from Ireland, I’m curious about the Photo with your Dad and brother – Was it taken in Killarney (Muckross house)?
    I’m so grateful for all your great work.
    Best wishes

  8. Dan Masey

    Greg – This was a well-written & a fantastic post to read. Thank you.

    I’ve saved it to my bookmarks & will definitely include this in my weekly ritual of good stuff to read. Principle #3 & #4 are two things that I need to work on.

  9. Gio Shepov

    Very nice article. I am a big fan of Mr. Tolle myself. If I may suggest another great man who speaks of the same thing for the past 30+ years – Dr. Wayne Dyer. His last book “wishes fulfilled” and many prior ones will resonate with you strongly. This is great what you are doing. I am very thankful that I kept reading Rusty’s blog and was introduced to you. Thank you for what you are doing man! Thank you! God bless you!

  10. Aaron V

    Greg this post is phenomenal! As a huge believer in the power of mindfulness I totally agree with the perspective and attitude that you display here. You’ve honored your father’s legacy well and I know you’ve made him proud.
    As we continue to learn from the past, plan for the future, and live in the present, we will live our best life. :)
    Thank you for the inspirational post that I can share with others. I enjoy teaching and helping others and it makes it so much easier to recommend a single reliable source to my friends and acquaintances. Keep up the great work and continue to enjoy the journey my friend :)

  11. Great Post. Your younger brother is lucky to have you to look up to for advice on life in general. Thanks for sharing your thoughtful advice and sharing your life experiences. Too many people give up and lose sight of their ultimate goals. You provide the best nutritional and exercising advice and more importantly, advice on life. Keep up the good work!

  12. Kelly

    Gregory what a lovely, thoughtful and inspirational post. It has been a joy and a pleasure to watch you grow up into such an insightful person sharing and helping so many people. Your Dad would be very proud of you.

  13. Incredible article Greg! Even though I am around 10 years older than you, I really look up to you in terms of how your mind is so strong and all the achievements you have achieved in your life!

  14. Laurence

    Just walking back from the gym and tried RPT for the first time and focussed on acceptance and personal power. It worked a treat! No need for you to reply to this. I just wanted to let you know that you are boss, you are king and an actual role model for me!

  15. Chet

    You’re my role model. I thank you for this post!

    You often talk about minimalism when body building so to not neurally exhaust yourself.

    I was wondering, does this also apply to running? Two months out of track season do you think I will have better gains in endurance and speed if I jog every other day, and sprint train on the days I’m not jogging? Or if I do less than that? More than that? I run 100 m and 200m.

    I’m stopping other lifting to devote myself to simply the hang clean, box jumps, and some other explosive exercises a few times a week.

    It’s my senior year in high school, I’m willing to take on the more brutal workouts to be able to dominate come the season.

    Let me know what you think.

    Again, thank you.

    • Greg

      Thanks Chet, means a lot!

      First of all, you shouldn’t be jogging. That will hinder your sprint times. Focus on doing sprint/track work 2x per week. Plus strength training days 2x per week.


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