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  • 5 Ways To Increase Endurance

    By Shelby Knowles | In Training | on July 27, 2015

    Endurance is the key to your body lasting longer through any physical activity or training – it’s what you need in order to outlast your opponent: whether that opponent is a competitor, or your own mind. Unfortunately, many people aren’t exactly sure how to train for an increase in endurance. When they hear endurance, their […]

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  • Weekly Meal Prep | Your Simple How-To Guide

    By Kyle Piscioniere | In Nutrition | on July 26, 2015

    A functional, balanced diet needs to be convenient, consistent, and more than anything, fun and satisfying to eat. We can blame the tub of ice cream for the destroyed calorie count, but it’s the bland steamed chicken that drives you there. High-protein, nutritionally dense, good food helps reach fitness goals, and you know that daily […]

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  • The Benefits of Acetyl L-Carnitine & Dosage

    By Tyler Stark | In Supplements | on July 25, 2015

    You may be asking yourself, “What is Acetyl L-Carnitine?”. Also known as ALCAR, carnitine and L-carnitine, acetyl L-carnitine is a supplement the body uses for two main functions: To use for energy To assimilate throughout the body to improve brain and mental function. So if you’ve been dragging in general throughout a given day or […]

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  • IIFYM | Calculating Macros

    By Jasmine Solder | In Nutrition | on July 25, 2015

    IIFYM = If It Fits Your Macros. What IIFYM means is that you can have your cake and eat it too, while simultaneously working towards your body goals. IIFYM is a sustainable diet – something you can do for your entire life. The reason for this is that IIFYM advocates for “moderation” and not discounting […]

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  • Harrison Twins | Three Shoulder Exercises For Mass

    By Tyler Stark | In Training | on July 24, 2015

    Every gymrat wants big shoulders – those big, bulky caps on the end of our clavicles that make us have to turn sideways to get through a doorway! Achieving this goal will not come without hard work and proper exercises done correctly to get those puny delts into cannonballs. Myprotein ambassadors the Harrison Twins have […]

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  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Recipe

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on July 23, 2015

    This rich moist gluten-free chocolate cake recipe is a real must-try for anyone who loves cake.. Which is everyone, right? As an added bonus, it’s low in sugar. Made with quinoa it has a delicate texture and the frosting on top really gives it a luxury feel. Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Ingredients Frosting Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake […]

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  • The Best No-Squat Glute Workouts

    By Jared Mullendore | In Training, Womens | on July 22, 2015

    There’s a huge hype over squats right now, especially on social media: pictures of girls posing from the back with headlines like want this booty? Better squat! There’s no doubt that squatting is one of the best glute workouts, but if you have joint or mobility problems that prevent you from performing this compound move, […]

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  • Creatine is a hot topic in the field of sports & nutrition sciences. Creatine is a performance enhancer and is widely consumed by athletes to give them that extra edge. Where does Creatine originate from? Creatine is produced from amino acids naturally in the body, with 95% of creatine being stored in the skeleton and […]

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