Nutrition and Training Articles
I never knew I wanted to be physically strong, actually I wasn’t aware that it was even an option. I was a teenager in the time of Mary and Kate Olsen, Lindsay Lohen and Nicole Richie – for those not harking from that era, it was a time where skeletal, verging on eating disorder, thin was very m...
We’ve all had to lose some weight at some point or another. If you are anything like me, you probably just hop on the treadmill and do your best to find your “happy place” in this exhaustingly boring cardio session. However, there are better alternatives out there that can help you shed that extr...
Introduction We all know the importance of consistent hard training; however, motivated lifters often tend to undervalue proper rest and recovery, possibly shortchanging their results. If you are the type to think “I’ll sleep when I'm dead”, and that rest days are wasteful, then this article will...
Introduction. Tracking your calories is one of the most effective ways to set up a proper dieting phase, whether you want to gain weight or lose weight. However, if this is one of your first attempts, an easier way of approaching it is to track your macronutrients instead and let your calories fa...
Building and maintaining a great body composition is a slow and difficult process regardless of your age, but as we grow older, it seems that this process gets more difficult. Is this difficulty a physiological reality that we must accept, or is it a myth worth investigating? Although there is so...
Introduction Protein is undoubtedly the king of all macronutrients. Consistent daily consumption of this macro helps you improve your long-term performance, whether that’s for strength, size, or speed. However, considering the sheer amount of food that it implies, it is oftentimes easier to rely ...
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