Quantum Physiques 2016
Episode 2

Quantum Physiques - Episode 2

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Jeff The Producer and Brian Cunningham are back for Episode 2 of Quantum Physiques!  You asked for it, you got it: What is the flow state?  Brian and Jeff discuss what it means to be in "The Flow" and each share their ideas on what it means to be in the Flow State, and give suggestions on how you can get there yourself!  Plus: What are you doing what you do?  Are you following your passion or just spinning the wheel?  Learn how to identify what makes you tick in Episode 2 of Quantum Physiques!  Find Jeff The Producer at JeffTheProducer.Com and Brian Cunningham at RXStress.Com!

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  • World of Mouse Guard

    The mind muscle connection is %100 the difference between basically increasing grip strength and actually building muscle. I totally agree with the brain being completing necessary to make real gains, but come on... Both of you are not natural, or at the very least were not at some point in your life. I know from experience and being in this industry. Why not just be honest and come clean? I have always respected the people who can just honestly say to you: "Hell yeah. I'm cycling deca, test cyp and sust right now. 8 weeks in baby! How do I look?" It leads so many young kids into false hope. And then these 13-19 years olds get on gear by hanging out with these yoked up monsters when their balls haven't even dropped yet AND even worse don't build a good foundation on muscle and good form. At the gym Jeff and I go to I'm watching some young kid go through this exact situation. Sad, really. All because people can't come clean.

  • MuscleTalkRadio .

    Being in the industry for over 10 years, having seen what people take, how they train, who really is natural and who isn't, there's only one truth to bodybuilding: If you put in the work, you'll get results.

    As for the substances you mentioned, that's all internet talk.

    I've been speaking the truth for years, but I can't convince anyone to listen. Come train with me for a week. Now multiply that by about 20 years and you'll know exactly how much work it takes to look the way I do. -JeffTheProducer