• What To Eat In A Sports Bar

    By Trevor Andresen | In Nutrition | on February 3, 2016

    Headed out with some friends to watch the big game? Whether it is the Super Bowl, March Madness, or whatever is in season, sports bars are a very popular venue. However, the “sports bar diet” can quickly derail your fitness and health goals if you aren’t careful. That is not to say that you cannot […]

  • Restorative Sleep For Muscle Growth

    By Brooke Goldstein | In Nutrition | on February 3, 2016

    Good sleep is an extremely important to perform at your best ability. Sleep stimulates the release of testosterone and growth hormone, triggering the body to burn fat and build muscle. Sleep serves for many functions in the body; for weightlifting some of the main features are growth and mental alertness. Sleep directly effects these areas, and a lack of sleep […]

  • Savory Sweet Potato & Smoked Salmon Pancake Recipe

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on February 2, 2016

    Don’t keep pancakes at the dessert menu, these delicious little savory pancakes are so soft and moreish. Impress any dining partner with this simple yet elegant dish!   Savory Pancakes Ingredients Savory Pancakes Recipe Mash the cooked sweet potato, whey protein, oats and egg together Add milk a drop at a time until a thick […]

  • No Pain, No Gain? Relieving Muscle Discomfort During Training

    By Logan Berman | In Training | on February 2, 2016

    Regardless of how you work out and what exercises you are performing, if you aren’t exercising correctly, you might be sacrificing any possible benefit from performing such exercises and instead, you could be providing your body with more harm than results. If you perform an exercise incorrectly, not only might you not be receiving the […]

  • What Supplements Should I Take, and How Much?

    By Joseph Hefferon | In Supplements | on February 1, 2016

    We’ve been told we need them and we’ve been told we might as well eat cardboard. Scattered within that simplistic dichotomy is a series of truths, half-truths, misread data and marketing gimmicks. Nutrition, in particular, fitness nutrition, is one of the most confusing and contradictory of subjects. The overriding question is; do we get optimal […]

  • How To Become A PT | Tanya’s ISSA Experience

    By Tanya Miller ISSA | In Training | on February 1, 2016

    I always try to give people all the insider tips and experience testimonies I can once I navigate something myself, because no one else seems to do that so I know how it feels to go into everything blind! And I’m sure this is a topic that is on the minds of many who spend […]

  • Build Massive Legs | Top Tips for Growth

    By Logan Berman | In Training | on January 30, 2016

    Legs can be bodybuilders’ and gym junkies’ favorite or least favorite body part to train. It’s a love/hate relationship! There is no in between. Many people skip training legs often because they feel it hurts too much or it’s too difficult to grow their legs. I have heard countless times people tell me, “I train […]

  • Fitness For Life | 5 Ways to Improve Gym Longevity

    By Tyler Stark | In Training | on January 29, 2016

    Many of us are becoming serious gym lovers and whether it be to get ready for upcoming shows or just to stay healthy for your friends and family, looking down the road is something most aren’t thinking about. To make fitness more of a lifetime movement rather than a mid-20’s fad, follow these 5 tips […]