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  • Before-Bed Pudding | Strawberry Casein with Nuts & Chia

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on August 30, 2015

    This deliciously silky smooth dessert is a healthy take on Jell-O pudding, and is perfect to eat just before bed, as casein is a source of slow-release protein. This will keep catabolism at bay during the night. This bedtime snack can be eaten as an indulgent treat without throwing your dietary guidelines out the window. […]

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  • Build A Booty | Glute Exercises For Women

    By Nicky Royle | In Training | on August 29, 2015

    Let’s face it – every girl who works out wants a good-looking butt. Not only is it a curve in the right place and a confidence boost, it is also one of the biggest muscles and used for much more than we think. The glutes work with the hamstrings and training both of these muscles […]

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  • How To Build A Strong and Full Chest | Beast By Nature

    By Sarah Harradine | In Training | on August 29, 2015

    Having a strong and well developed chest can transform anyone’s physique, but actually accomplishing this can be extremely difficult. Everyone online seems to be some sort of an expert on to how to achieve that highly sought after chest, but what will actually work? Everyone is different, and everyone will experience different results when doing […]

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  • L-Arginine | Benefits, Dosage, & When To Take

    By Jared Mullendore | In Supplements | on August 28, 2015

    L-Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid, which means that it is not required in a diet. Although it is qualified as a semi-essential because our bodies produce it, supplementation is sometimes beneficial for athletes and bodybuilders. Arginine can be obtained through food sources such as whole wheat, nuts, seeds, dairy products, poultry, red meat and […]

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  • Tips to Get Into The Fitness Industry & Up On Stage

    By Sarah Harradine | In Ambassadors, Training | on August 28, 2015

    Brittany Bennett is a Myprotein Ambassador, NPC Physique Competitor, head trainer at MetroFlex Denver – and Lupus sufferer. Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease, causing the body to attack its own healthy tissue. Brittany always dreamed of getting up on stage but felt like her illness was holding her back – check out her before […]

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  • Sugar High | Is Sugar Always Bad For You?

    By Matt Dustin | In Nutrition | on August 27, 2015

    Sugar gets a bad name in the world of fitness. One argument says that sugar is worse for you than many hardcore drugs due to its addictive effects on the brain, and that it will have all sorts of negative impacts on your health. On the other hand, flexible dieters all over social media seemingly […]

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  • Leg Day Twice A Week… You’re Kidding, Right?!

    By Robert Schinetsky | In Training | on August 27, 2015

    Are you sick and tired of looking in the mirror and seeing scrawny, chicken legs every time you don a pair of shorts? Are you of those guys who only wears sweatpants to the gym, especially on leg day?! If you’ve noticed that the bottom half doesn’t necessarily match the top half of your body […]

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  • Raisin Oatmeal Cookie Bites Recipe

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on August 26, 2015

    These healthy raw oatmeal raisin cookie bites are delicious take on raw cookies. The natural flavor of the raisins curb that sweet tooth and with the protein-rich peanut butter, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds give the bites a real depth of flavor. The slow-releasing carbs from rolled oats keeping you satisfied for longer. You will need: […]

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