• Whey Protein For Women | Is It Any Different Than For Men?!

    By Apoorv Kumar Upadhyay | In Supplements | on August 26, 2015

    Protein is the building block for muscle development and growth, and even just for a healthy lifestyle. Living a healthy lifestyle is a growing trend – ditching bad food, incorporating workouts and seeing results. Even the female community has jumped into the fitness industry which has taken the world by storm. When it comes to […]

  • Create Your Own Strength Training Program

    By Dario Radecic | In Training | on August 25, 2015

    First of all, make sure to work out what types of muscle fibers you have – it’ll be of vital importance for creating your own strength training program. Make sure to have average percentages from five fiber tests for all muscle groups. Training Styles Once you have your average percentages from five tests, the fun […]

  • How To Do A Pull-Up

    By Jasmine Solder | In Training | on August 25, 2015

    Pull-ups are one of the most impressive exercises seen in the gym – any person who can jump up to the pull up bar and start busting out pull up after pull up is the envy of other people in the gym who aren’t there yet. But, fear not, because in this article I will […]

  • Develop Better Squat Technique | A 12-Week Program

    By Joshua Levesque | In Training | on August 24, 2015

    The back squat is held as the King of exercises; it is great mass builder and develops strength, power and overall athleticism. However, many people fail to develop the proper technique and mechanics that is necessary to have a solid back squat. There are many questions out there about the back squat as well as […]

  • What Is The Ketogenic Diet? | How To Start & Types

    By Apoorv Kumar Upadhyay | In Nutrition | on August 24, 2015

    Ketogenic diet was developed by the Charlie Foundation for the treatment of epilepsy patients. The treatment aimed at giving fewer carbohydrates and the results from the treatment were that there were very few epilepsy attacks on a low carbohydrate diet. It was concluded that the reduction is carbs minimizes the chances of epileptic seizures. What […]

  • The Truth About Abs

    By Eugene Tsai | In Training | on August 23, 2015

    Anyone can have a six-pack – or at least a four-pack. Metabolic abnormalities aside, this is true, but it requires immense dedication and consistency both inside and outside the gym. Keep in mind, though, that the overall shape of your six-pack is determined by genetics – but there are some misconceptions surrounding those coveted visible […]

  • 4 Supplements For Nighttime Recovery

    By Tyler Stark | In Supplements | on August 22, 2015

    With all the beating we put our body through, whether it be lifting heavy weights in the gym, the pounding on our joints from running or even the constant grind of going to work every day, the most important part about a fitness life is being able to recover properly. Not only do we want […]

  • How To Get Big Arms

    By Tyler Stark | In Training | on August 22, 2015

    Sleeve-busting arms is something just about everyone hitting the gym wishes to achieve. Sure, curls and pushdowns will build some great biceps and triceps, but there’s more to it than that. There is a science to it – knowing rep ranges for purely muscle gain is the name of the game. A strictly hypertrophy style […]