Without Question, Nothing Is More Empowering Than A Skin-Splitting Pump. Often described as one of the greatest feelings that can be achieved in the gym; the pump engorges muscles with blood giving them an enlarged, rock hard appearance, makes every … continue reading
As a whole creatine monohydrate is the most researched and effective supplement available. It has been proven to enhance strength, power, and lean mass. One downside for some individuals though is it will cause increases in body weight. To avoid … continue reading
What is Creatine? Creatine Monohydrate is a naturally occurring organic acid. It is the original and likely the most effective form of supplemental creatine on a gram-for-gram basis compared to creatine malate, creatine hydrochloride, creatine ethyl-ester and others. Creatine is … continue reading
Comparing all macronutrients, fat has the highest calorie count per gram coming in at 9 followed by protein and carbohydrates at 4 calories per gram.
What do we think of when we think of “bad” food? No, not the tastes bad Fear Factor type foods, but the naughty foods we’re discouraged from eating. Desserts, potato chips, hot dogs, deep fried mayonnaise balls, and the list goes on. Generally … continue reading
Compared to whey proteins, Micellar Casein digests and absorbs more slowly. This property of casein leads to a sustained increase in amino acids and inhibits protein degradation to a greater extent. It also prolongs muscle protein synthesis (MPS) times up … continue reading
You’ve seen this motto since you were in high school. You may have even perfected the training and eating part, but what about sleep? How can it affect your body? How many hours do you need? In the past few … continue reading
Caffeine (1,3,7-trimethylxanthine) is the most widely consumed drug in the world and is commonly used by athletes, both recreational and professional, for performance enhancement. In the United States, over 70% of caffeine intake comes from coffee, followed by soft drinks … continue reading
In general, there are three reasons for athletes to decrease dietary fat. These are to increase carbohydrate intake to support training type, reduce caloric intake to achieve weight loss and to decrease elevated blood cholesterol levels.
What if you could teach your body to burn more fat and preserve carbohydrates stores to improve health, reduce body weight and body fat and improve athletic performance? Not surprisingly, this is possible with a few adjustments to your daily … continue reading