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  • The Basic Guide To Micro- & Macro-Nutrients

    By Paulina Gruselionyte | In Nutrition | on May 27, 2016

    Human nutritional needs are supplied by macronutrients and micronutrients. The best way to get good results is not counting calories but counting macronutrients and eat varied food for your micronutrients intake. There are a lot of macronutrient calculators and food diary apps to track it. What are macronutrients? We all know that macro means large, […]

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  • Weight Training For Swimmers | Benefits & Best Exercises

    By Joshua Levesque CSCS | In Training | on May 27, 2016

    Regular resistance training has many benefits especially for sport performance. However, all sports have a specific outcome or goal and training should be just as specific. For example competitive swimming has multiple races of varying distances and it is pertinent that training mimics the specific desired performance. Furthermore, resistance training is not a race and […]

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  • Strawberries & Cream Protein Smoothie Recipe

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on May 25, 2016

    This creamy iced protein drink is a big hit when the heat of summer makes you crave ice cream! It’s made in seconds, so you can easily whip it up for friends and family. Strawberries & Cream Ingredients 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein (Strawberries and Cream Flavour) 150ml Almond Milk 30g Frozen Strawberries 10g Whole […]

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  • How To Track Progress & Avoid Newbie Mistakes!

    By Mark Ludas | In Training | on May 25, 2016

    Virtually every fitness authority with an eye for muscular development agrees that the key to building your body is to consistently be making progress. This almost sounds like something Yogi Berra would say: “you get better at something mainly by improving at it.” Well, muscular development depends upon making specific types of improvements. I’ve seen […]

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  • What Is Organic Food? Is Organic REALLY Organic?

    By Joey Argento | In Nutrition | on May 24, 2016

    Organic is a word that seems to be thrown around a lot lately. It has almost become a cliché in the fitness industry raising the popularity and demand of these “organic” foods. People are willing to spend up to 400% more on organic foods than the regular mass produced food items. We associate the word […]

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  • How Deep Should I Squat.. And How Do I Squat Deeper?

    By Lucas Sige | In Training | on May 24, 2016

    If you’re on Myprotein’s website and looking through the training articles, I am just going to assume that you already squat and know the plethora of benefits that they provide (and if you don’t and this is the first time you’re hearing about them, you definitely should add them to your routine asap! Pending you […]

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  • In Defense of Fat Burners.. Are They Always Bad?

    By Billy Galipeault | In Supplements | on May 23, 2016

    A quite popular topic for the past decade and a half, fat burners have gotten a mixed reputation, from coming out as “a miracle weight loss pill” to “an overhyped useless waste of money”. Once companies could no longer use pure marketing to sell their products then they started to “make up” (quotations are intentional) […]

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  • Healthy Breakfast Idea | Banana Zoats Recipe

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on May 23, 2016

    Enjoying a good bowl of goodness for breakfast sets you up for the day and adding courgette to this dish bulks it out so you have a substantial portion size whilst keeping macros in check. Zoats Ingredients 1 scoop Banana Impact Whey Protein 25g porridge oats 50g Courgette (Grated) Sprinkle Cinnamon Zoats Recipe Make the […]

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