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Molecular Nutrition ACCelerant & Test Factor Advanced
Molecular Nutrition are arguably the kings of innovation - so when they announced that they had a new fat burner waiting in the wings to release to the supplement world, as well as a major update to their flagship testosterone booster…
SSIN Juice A Review of BioRhythms PreWorkout
Looking through the forum and working in the store over a long period of time I have noticed one subject create the most debate, yes everyone wants to know the best protein, the best mass gainer and best testosterone boosters but…
Fish Oil: Just the Facts
If you have a few years under your belt, then you can still remember what I call the “Fat-Free 80’s.” Think back to a time when dietary fat was the enemy. Ah, yes... A time when fat-free products lined the outer…
Advanced Sports Supplementation Strategies
Within the bodybuilding/athletic fraternity, the desire to dramatically improve gains and results is common. Many decide to embark on the path of PH's to achieve this.
The Truth Behind 5 Food Myths
It goes like this: A client looking to lead a healthier life hires me, a nutritionist, to help him improve his diet. I analyze what he's been eating, factor in his food preferences, and together we create an eating plan that…
Lean Mass or Total Weight to Set Calories?
Question: Should I use lean body mass or total weight to set my caloric intake? Or should I use goal weight? Answer: First off let me address the second question, using goal weight.
Should You Train Forearms Directly?
Question: Is direct forearm training really necessary if they're underdeveloped, or is this just one of those areas that's predominantly influenced by genetics like calves and no amount of training will make very much difference in improving them?
Steady State and Interval Training: Part 2
In the Steady State and Interval Training: Part 1, I defined some terms and examined various pros and cons of both interval and steady state training. In this issue, I want to look at which type of activity might be best…
Are Upright Rows Safe?
Question: Are upright rows safe? Googling yields tons of different results. What is your opinion on that?Answer: As always, the short answer is that it depends. Mainly on how they are done and the person doing them.
A Simple Tip for Extra Muscle Growth
I want to share with you all today a very simple strategy that has worked for countless individuals and won't necessarily take a lot of time to complete in terms of workload, re-evaluating your training, nutrition, etc. That's why you're going…
Beta-Ecdysterone Boosts Protein Synthesis Naturally
Beta-Ecdysterone is a naturally occurring phytochemical found in herbs such as Cyanotis vaga. It was first discovered in insects acting as an invertebrate polyhydroxylated sterolic growth hormone. However, it never received much attention
Steady State and Interval Training: Part 1
In recent years, there has been quite the over-popularization of the concept of interval training, along with a rather major backlash against traditional forms of aerobic training, for fat loss. It’s not uncommon to read how low intensity aerobics is useless…
Rival Boxing. Technical Range is Launched
Rival boxing is fast becoming one of the most recognised combat sports brands on the circuit today. But the question remains “what makes this range of products stand out amongst the wealth of combat sports brands on an already saturated market”?