The following list used to only be shown to those who became official S-curve members.
Mostly to avoid confusion. As ‘confusion’ is one reason why those who have been failing to see improved (physical) results… Actually improve.
Today… We focus on more lifestyle fixing, than ‘just’ on body fixing. And the following meal structures are a part of that.
And every newsletter that goes out… Goes out, to continuously educate you on how we do that.
So… One of these meal structures will apply to your life. And it should be pretty easy for you to chose which one, based on what your daily lifestyle looks like today.
What I do advise… Is that you seek further guidance via the ‘Skin in the game’ S-curve program.
Well… The following ‘helps’ improve your 7-45 day noticeable results. And your long term results too.
1. Your plan will likely change, as you start to progress.
2. The meal structure is only a ‘part’ of what will boost your results. Which is why we have always had a program in place for people to start.
Because the no.1 thing that people realise. Is that there’s something they wasn’t doing. Or was… But was doing wrong.
1. Very early morning workout 6.00 – 7.00pm
If you are going to workout at this time of the day, then make sure that you have eaten one of the late night meals from the meal plans provided (Casein, fish oil, left over chicken/fish from your dinner meal).
As you awake, you can consume fibrous carbs such as vegetables (How much isn’t important as they are not calorie dense. The complete opposite in fact) or fruits. Fruits wouldn’t usually be a good food source to consume due to their sugary nature.
However, this is ideal for a pre workout meal and especially a morning meal. The reason for this is because you have just slept for several hours and have put your body through a ‘starvation period’. Starvation periods are what you want to avoid as they can lead to fat gain over time.
It is at this time of day where your insulin levels will be craving to be spiked and this time of day along with any other pre-workout time period is the ONLY time of day where you should purposely spike your insulin levels. This is because your body will require the extra energy for the depletion that will occur during your intense workout.
If you are going to workout this early in the morning, then avoid the slow digesting A rated carb meals, such as Oatmeal or Potatoes. These carbs can take anywhere between 8 -10 hours to completely digest. So it’s clearly not ideal in this scenario.
In general, you’ll want to fill your body with a minimum of 10 grams of fast digesting carbs (Vegetables, fruits) before you workout.
In regards to protein, avoid the slow digesting proteins such as chicken, turkey and meats. Opt for fast digesting proteins such as almond milk, whey protein powder and semi- skimmed milk (If you want to reduce calories even further you can avoid semi-skimmed milk and combine Almond milk and whey protein together, to avoid the fat). Again, around 10 grams.
What ever your calorie in take goal is, just simply reduce the meal plan content e.g
2. Early morning workout 10.00pm – 12.00pm
If you decide to workout at this time of the day, then you can follow the above scenario. However, if you decide to wake up much earlier, then it would be in your favor to consume one of the slow digesting carb/protein meals provided, such as Oatmeal with flaxseeds. Then ensure that you consume fruits, whey protein or vegetables 1 hour before and after you workout.
3. Early evening workout 5.00pm – 7.00pm
The meal plans provided contain meals to be eaten between 2.00pm – 5.00pm. As long as you have eaten a full lunch as provided (And required) then again you only need to ensure that you consume fruits, whey protein or vegetables 1 hour before and after you workout.
This will of course be followed up with a slow digesting dinner meal 2 hours after this period. The reason for the consumption of fast digesting food sources is so that your body can fully absorb the nutrients that it very much requires following an intense workout session. Consuming any other
food sources during these periods will only slow down digestion.
4. Late evening workout 7.00pm – 10.00pm
After a full lunch and an afternoon snack., simply consume one more afternoon snack after 5.00pm. Another heavy slow digesting meal may not be needed. This is because it takes at least 8-10 hours for a heavy slow digesting meal to completely digest. Eating one more snack will ensure that you are not putting your body through a starvation period and to ensure that you keep your energy levels up throughout the day.
Consume fruits, whey protein or vegetables 1 hour before and after you workout, followed by the dinner meal provided. Unless you decide to go to bed shortly after your workout, in which case, a late night snack will suffice. You can also taper your carbs, since you don’t want to be eating too many heavy carbs before bed. But you don’t need to do that eternally as carbs are not the enemy. You’ll need them for energy. Especially if you perform early morning workouts.
All of the above is all good and great. And over time, will become a protocol part of your life.
It’s a process that you learn once. And never forget!
It should all kick into gear within 1-3 months of embracing it. At which point. We start having fun with ‘food’. Just like we have fun throughout everything else that goes on within the S-curve Xperience.
On that note. I’ll leave you with some related posts and videos…
– This website (Bottom right corner of any page you’re on)
– The official S-curve Xperience > shopping page (Bottom right corner of any page you’re on)
– The > Shaun Sinclair FB profile
– This > ‘stand alone’ page
Opening up a chat is the best thing you can do, once you arrive here. And once you do. You’ll be auto-subscribed to the newsletter. Which itself… Is a part of the S-curve formula.
This year (2019)…
We’ve met the most ‘unhappy’ people. More so than any other year.
It could be that a lot of people have been forced to show what their actual daily life looks like. As the internet as a whole, calls out BS more quickly these days (Folks having had enough of ‘fake’ most likely…).
Or it could be the fact that some of these ‘unhappy’ people, are constantly comparing themselves to other peoples ‘highlight reel’ on social media.
That’s also a reason why we kept our LIVE training material raw and slightly edited.
(It kinda reminded the same… Like in the earlier days)
Because everything gets recorded. Exactly as if we were to work together in person.
The solution for ‘unhappy’ people
Our job today… Involves more ‘lifestyle’ fixing, than ‘body’ fixing. Aka building an S-curve (Turn your body to the left… See the letter ‘S’).
With the end/continued goal. To earn, live, travel, workout wherever/whenever the fudge you want… At some level (Fudge is OUR F word :D).
We’ve created several posts that explain how we achieve that. But let’s highlight the most relevant ones to-date.
Today… We’re going to recap all of the public social media posts that went out.
Because a lot of important ones were created this week. Namely via the Insta mini blog posts.
Let’s highlight and relive…
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How we feed the #monster @ home @domiwaffles
Tis the S-curve Xperience Which is what we have evolved into… From all that we have done over the years.
To the non followers. It’s a platform for all the stuff we’ve organically created over time.
And today… Part of that evolution. Is for everyone who is featured here. To benefit from the continued growth of the platform.
If you end up here. Wether through a long term mutual relationship, scouted or requesting to be posted. It’s because you’re living a variation of the S-curve Xperience.
We can’t predict the future entirely. But one goal… Is for all of us involved. To come together, in some way, shape or form. So to everyone here… Watch this space. Great things are coming.
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S-curve #belfie #selfie @miss__heather_jo
As usual… Any time you see a post go up here. Goes up… To reflect the things that actually happen at that point in the week/or day.
Workouts… Out for the night… Travel.
All are pretty common activities. Just… We add a little spice to ’em and make them more fun than the norm.
Wednesday is when S-curve workouts get a little more chilled out, as we approach the weekend.
Also… FB is where you get to see what daily life looks like for ‘us’. We have done… And are very much so, living the S-curve Xperience. And that is what today’s newsletter is all about @ NEW LINK IN BIO!
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#swimsuit-curvishly seated on a #hammock @iamraewilson
Hello Wednesday… Let’s just take a minute to acknowledge the wonderful lifestyle that we help everyone here live… Which is… The S-curve Xperience.
- You look good dammit! @ 60-100% S-curvish (Which you likely reached within 1-3-6 months).
- If we want to.. We can live and work wherever the fudge we want (At least for a time period).
– And for many of us (Especially S-curve members/partners). We’re able to take TC2.0 trips… On a Wednesday… Because of our ability to work remotely ‘more often’). Which may look a little something like…^^^.
Just remember… It’s all about living a variation of the S-curve Xperience. Which we see explained weekly, via the LINKS THAT APPEAR IN THE BIO.
EVERYONE here should dig into them. As that’s where share everything we know, do, practice, learn.
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#Travel-curvish 2.0 destination = ‘Coming up for air’ in #Zakynthos #Island @priscillatrindadeofficial
S-curve Xperience weekend shenanigans (PART 1 of 2)
ENTER: Travel-curvish 2.0 destinations
Part 1… Because it’s the most fun.
Sooo… We’ve been doing all this S-curve world shit for a while (Circa 2009).
And the actual concept of the S-curve. First blew up.. Right here on Instagram (Circa 2012).
Some of you are still here, because of the events that happened then. But we have evolved since then. The world has too. And we’ve evolved into many different areas, outside of Insta. Which is why you must hit those LINKS THAT APPEAR IN THE BIO).
Most campers can agree that summer is the best season to go camping. The flowers are blooming, the sky is clear, and there’s no snow impeding outdoor walks and hikes. But there’s one problem: the weather can get a bit too hot.
#1 Choose a Well Shaded Location for the Tent
Campers know thatlocationmatters on any trip. During the summer, the exact site of your tent matters too. It’s tempting to set up a tent in an open area with plenty of space and a great view of the night sky. However, open areas also expose your tent to direct sunlight during daytime.
The synthetic fabrics modern tents are made from quickly absorb the UV rays of the sun. So if you stay inside the tent when the sun is high in the sky, you might feel as if you are inside a slowly warming oven. Don’t expect the heat to dissipate during the nighttime. The absorbed energy would stay well into the night, making it hot and uncomfortable.
Therefore, set up your tent in a shady area, such as under a tree to avoid this particular problem. The shade is great when you want to stay in your tent during daytime. Plus, it would give you more privacy too.
#2 Get an Air Conditioner for Your Tent
In case you are camping in a generally open area without much shade, resort to modern technology to avoid excess heat. Consider buying aportable AC for tentthat will keep you cool, even when the sun is at its zenith. There are plenty of options available with features like space efficiency and fan mode.
There are both battery and solar operated air conditioners you can consider. Some may come with rechargeable batteries. You can choose one depending on your preferences and the requirements of the campsite. If you are camping out in a particularly hot location like a desert, it’s highly recommended to take a gadget like this with you as the risk of hyperthermia is high.
#3 Try Sleeping in a Hammock
Summer camping offers many perks but one of the downsides is a stuffy tent at night. If your tent is hot no matter what you do, then the best option is to sleep outside. Try a hammock instead of the ground. Not only is it a new way to try sleeping, but it would also protect you from creepy-crawlies on the ground.
Hammocks can be surprisingly comfortable. In some cultures (especially in Southeast Asia), sleeping in a hammock is a summertime must. Hammocks let you feel the breeze at night, and you can even fall asleep gazing at the night sky (without clouds in the summer, it can be quite breathtaking).
#4 Choose a Tent with Lots of Mesh
Experienced campers pay a lot of attention to what tents are made of before going on a camping trip. They prefer to choose durable and waterproof fabrics. These qualities keep campers dry and protected during rainy and snowy seasons. However, for the summer, the best type of fabric might just be mesh.
Mesh fabrics offer multiple benefits. It can keep the bugs out, which is very important during the hot months. The perforated nature of the fabric also means it allows more air in, keeping the heat out. Mesh fabrics are more “breathable,” and thus suitable for the hot weather.
#5 Keep Your Tent Well Ventilated
Whether you use a mesh tent or an air conditioner, the interior of your tent should be well ventilated during the daytime. It’s the only way to prevent the inside from getting stuffy and hot. Leave the tent flap open whenever you can. Buy a tent with “windows” that you can keep open so the air flows freely in and out.
#6 Don’t Let Your Tent Sit in the Heat During Daytime
As mentioned above, your tent would get overheated if it’s left under direct sunlight during daytime. So it’s best to disassemble it when the sun is out. It might be slightly inconvenient to keep reassembling the tent, but you will stay cool.
Assembling may not be a problem if you have an easy set-up tent. However, it’s worth it to bear this minor inconvenience if the heat is extreme. Do everything you can to lower therisk of hyperthermiain at-risk areas.
#7 Consider Using a Sunshade
A sunshade is similar to a beach umbrella for your tent. However, most are made from special fabrics that reflect the UV rays of the sun away from your tent. If you don’t want to disassemble the tent during the daytime, a sunshade might help protect it from getting overheated.
A sunshade is highly recommended for those who prefer to stay in a tent during the midday sun. Don’t conflate a sunshade with a rain fly. The latter can cling to your tent to protect it from the onslaught of rain. Sunshades are set up slightly above the tent. They prevent hot air from getting trapped inside.
#8 Keep Your Drinks Cool
There’s nothing like a chilly drink on a hot day to make you happy. You will probably consume a lot of water and beverages on your camping trip, especially after those long hiking sessions. No sweaty camper wants to chug down warm water. Therefore, take steps to keep your drinks cool.
Keep your drinks in a cooler or a portable camping fridge during the trip, if electricity or fuel is available. Otherwise, you can try using ice to chill warm drinks.
Last but not least, don’t forget to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. If you are bringing pets with you, make sure to bring the appropriate items to give them water. Dehydration is a real risk during summer camping.
With all this in mind, you should be able to stay cool during your hot weather camping trip. Use the suggestions provided to stop the heat from ruining your camping trip.
This item type is definitely the most specific one on the list. But like it says in the title. It’s a ‘must have’ when living the S-curve Xperience.
– Working remotely
– Travel-curvish 2.0 shenanigans
It was easily the no.1 tool that I had in my arsenal in 2017. Which is the year where I travelled around the most.
And for me… I’ve been using devices that have been developed for use, in the country that I’m in.
But for you. I’m putting forth an upgrade for you to use. Which I will too switch to, in the not to distant future.
Enter: The Huawei E5577Cs-321 4G LTE Mobile WiFi Hotspot
Of course… This is just a variation of the item you’ll need.
So I don’t have to have previously used it. Because just like me. That product ended up here, because of the research I did on it.
Either way. If you don’t already have something like this. And are interested in the lifestyle you see, via newsletters and social media posts. Then make it your no.1 priority. If you’re following my lead with this list of 5 items.
Because it’s often best, to start with the best of the best… When buying items.
Yes… I could include more items. But honestly. These are the ONLY items I ALWAYS use.
60-80% of them daily.
Now make sure you hit the blue Messenger button on this page and strike up a chat.
Because what we talk about will…
1. End up on these newsletters. Which helps everyone else.
2. Will help solve YOUR problems. Which is better than following a newsletter that helps ‘everyone’.
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Because of that… We only share and highlight items that have been of great use to us. Or to others within the S-curve Xperience.
1) Fixing your daily structure over a 28-45 day time period.
2) Experiencing the mental and physical benefits from doing.
Most people don’t even ‘start’ to fix this. But not you. You achieve that goal within 1-3 months. And beyond that goal, months/years later.
It’s OK to take your time getting there. The main goal, is to reach at least 60% S-curvish (As the post above explains).
That’s a point where we have all universally agreed, where you are happy… Physically.
And of course, you’re 90-100% mentally fixed after 1-3 months.
The year round rule, for how you need to eat on a daily basis, is this…
– Your breakfast, lunch an dinner meals will contain A-C rated foods (Aka Totally clean/A little processed).
– You add fruit and > certain supplements (Like whey on oats). To add flavor to these meals. As most A-C rated foods taste very bland. Which of course… Would cause you to crave for something sweet.
– You can eat D-F rated foods (Usually beyond 60% S-curvish levels). But only as ‘cheat snacks’.
A cheat snack is a small portion (Dark chocolate/Ice cream) of a D-F rated food. That you’ll eat right after an A-C rated main meal.
You WILL reach and keep your results, when you follow that simple formula for eating food!
Looking forward to the binge fest
The main reason why you can look forward to it. Is because the extra fat build up that you might gain from such events. Will be temporary.
It’s the type of fat that doesn’t stick around.
The type of fat you need to be worried about. Is the fat that builds up over time. From not eating S-curvishly, consistently.
Which of course won’t be the case, when following the rules above. And even more so, with the plans that we set on your ‘Skin in the game’ S-curve member page.
Another reason to look forward to the fall season binge fest. Is to help solve the issue of not being able to feed your body with the necessary nutrients, year round. Due to busy-ness. You know…
Yes… The ‘Skin in the game’ program will help re-structure all of those areas in your life. But that may take time. It’s different for everyone. Which is why tailored Paypal payment links are the norm, for those who intend to become members.
And it’s during these binge-fests. Where you’ll often fill your guts with foods, that contain a lot of the nutrients and ingredients that you miss/skip, on a day-to-day basis.
That’s the ‘on the surface’ explanation of how you will survive and thrive during every fall season, in regards to eating food.
But you must start following the S-curve formula, first. Otherwise, you’re just going to keep falling off the wagon.
This is one of the major areas in your life that you NEED to be able to push to the side and not think about so much (So you can start enjoying the S-curve Xperience to the max).
So if it’s currently a problem. And you’re starting to fear, as we get near. Then it’s all about getting some > ‘Skin in the game’.
However… Reaching at least > 60% S-curvish is a goal that we hit, in order to live an improved lifestyle.
A goal that affects you in all 4 parts of the S-curve Xperience.
Because of that. Becoming S-curvish will always be a protocol part of your existence here. Before and after you reach that goal.
Let’s dig into some of the things that aid your ‘back up plan’.
1) Being posted on our social media profiles
You’ll find all of them on the right side bar on this website…
And it usually starts on Instagram.
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NOW… Let’s repeat some butt #facts…
A) It’s all about the upper butt. However… It’s not the easiest part of the butt to grow. Which means that the folks who have a good one. Usually have it naturally @ genetics.
B) All is not lost however. Because building a strong ‘middle’ butt (An area of the butt that is easier to grow)… Will boost the appearance of a lacking upper butt Having you snapping shots of yourself like… ^^^
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