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  • Testosterone Boosting Exercise | Two Killer Leg Workouts

    By Kevin Dickson | In Training | on August 23, 2016

    There was a study published recently in the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition (1), where 41 obese and overweight men were split into two groups and put on a 12-week lifestyle modification program to see which of the two approaches was better at increasing serum testosterone levels; increased physical activity or reduced caloric intake. […]

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  • What is the Glycemic Index & What Foods Should I Be Eating?

    By Billy Galipeault | In Nutrition | on August 22, 2016

    It was 1981, and David J.A. Jenkins who is a British-born University Professor in the department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto, along with his student Thomas Wolever, published research showing the effects of various carbohydrates on the body’s blood sugar levels. This research was compiled into a list, and as you might’ve […]

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  • Football Weight Training: Full 7 Day Split, 12 Week Plan

    By Joshua Levesque CSCS | In Training | on August 21, 2016

    Save With the football season fast approaching, now is the time to get yourself conditioned, strong and game ready. An excellent way to do this is through high frequency training, although it does need to be programmed right to be effective. Football Training In The Off-Season The off season is prime time to work some […]

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  • Leucine | What Is It & How Do I Take It?

    By Matt Dustin | In Supplements | on August 20, 2016

    If you’ve done research into supplements, you would have heard of leucine by now, sometimes referred to as l-leucine. Leucine is one of the three branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) and it is fast becoming the most popular form of amino acid supplementation on the market. They are essential amino acids, which means we need them, but […]

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  • Building muscle is something that requires intense dedication, both in and out of the kitchen. Everybody knows to build muscle you need to lift some weight, but a lot of people might think that’s it. The most important part about building muscle, however, lies in the foods you eat, and not just what you eat, […]

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  • 5 Exercises to Develop the Posterior Chain

    By Kevin Dickson | In Training | on August 18, 2016

    Most of us go to the gym to become stronger and build muscle so that in turn we look and feel better. In order to do this on the most basic level we need to build a strong base and this all starts with our posterior chain. The posterior chain consists of muscles and tendons on […]

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  • Homemade Chilli & Lime Turkey Burgers

    By Myprotein | In Recipes | on August 17, 2016

    Ingredients – 400g 2-7% Fat Turkey Mince – 50g Rolled oats – 1 Tsp Coconut Oil – Salt & Pepper – 1/2 Fresh Chilli (red/yellow) – 50g Red onion – 1/2 Lime Method 1) Line baking tray. 2) Add burger mince to a bowl. 3) Add in chopped onion, chilli and lime. 4) Add salt / pepper […]

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  • Going Gluten-Free | What Are The Benefits + Why Do It?

    By Sam Lapcevic | In Nutrition | on August 17, 2016

    You’ll no doubt notice after a quick trip around the grocery store that almost everything you pick up has a ‘Gluten Free’ label on it. Crackers, cereals, pizzas and restaurant menus all now regularly have gluten-free products. Why? What is gluten and why do people not want it? What Is Gluten? A scientific definition – […]

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