Stop counting macros, eat more meat!
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Stop counting macros, eat more meat!

Stop counting macros sounds like anti-Keto approach but it doesn’t have to be! Before I start, I would like to point out that this article covers the subject of fat-loss. A therapeutic aspect of the Ketogenic diet for neurological or other health problems is another subject. Let’s talk about the most frequent reason people start…

Stitch is painful but can it be fixed?
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Stitch is painful but can it be fixed?

Why stitches occur and how to prevent them? Stitch is really annoying! If you are running or performing any kind of cardio, this could be one of the problems you encounter on a regular basis. Here at Greek Goes Keto we love solving things and offering help 😉 Therefore, here’s an article that will give…

Keto and powerlifting for strength and ultimate hypertrophy

Keto and powerlifting for strength and ultimate hypertrophy

Keto and powerlifting, or maybe it’s better to say powerlifting and hypertrophy is a subject that brings a lot of controversy and unanswered questions. As someone who has over 10 years of experience in training individuals and groups, studying sports science and rehabilitation, I felt that I really need to scratch deeper into these subjects. I…

Fat adapted endurance athletes – A matter of future
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Fat adapted endurance athletes – A matter of future

Fat adapted athletes around the globe keep achieving remarkable results. Nutrition is crucial for top results in any endurance sports. Although the main source for energy for endurance athletes for decades have been the carbohydrates, things are rapidly changing. In the past 10 years, more and more endurance athletes are adopting the Low-Carb High-Fat approach…

Fat adapted training – Basic exercise energy systems

Fat adapted training – Basic exercise energy systems

The 3 basic energy systems  Fat adapted training is a totally different approach to energy utilisation, both for professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. In this post, I wanted to talk a bit more about basic exercise energy systems. In fact, there are three different energy systems in which ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) production is possible. Different…

Energy on Keto diet  – The mystery of proper utilisation
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Energy on Keto diet – The mystery of proper utilisation

“How’s your Energy on Keto?” I hear this question way too many times. In fact, energy on Keto diet brought a lot of attention and raised some controversial debates. The utilisation of energy throughout the ketogenic diet is a wide and deep subject. Nevertheless, I would like to dive into this ocean of energy on…

Build muscles like a Spartan on Keto? Yes you can!

Build muscles like a Spartan on Keto? Yes you can!

To build muscles and generally positively grow your body on ketogenic diet sounds like a fairytale. Many people will tell you that such thing does not exist. They will claim that you need carbs and loads of protein to build muscles. The first thing you need to know when it comes to ketogenic diet is…

Fasted training: A myth or de facto?
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Fasted training: A myth or de facto?

A lot of people are not feeling friendly to cardio. Especially when it comes to fasted training. It sounds like a struggle or a marathon race. Is it something so difficult to perform? Maybe if you are in a classic metabolic state and your fuel is glucose. Let’s see fasted cardio from another perspective. Fasted…

All the forms of Creatine – myths and truths!

All the forms of Creatine – myths and truths!

The usage of creatine as a supplement is now widely spread throughout the fitness and bodybuilding industry. Historical data indicate that the first creatine users were the Swedish and Eastern German athletes in the 1960s. Other “Eastern Europeans” followed, as well as Italians whose football player used it during the 1982 World Cup. Since then,…

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