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  • Top 5 Carb Sources For Bodybuilders

    By Jared Mullendore | In Nutrition | on May 17, 2016

    One of the most important nutrients when it comes to bodybuilding are carbohydrates. Carbohydrates provide energy, and are used by the muscles for contractions, recovery, and growth. Just like everything else though, there are bad carbs, as well as good carbs. Bad carbs are items like soda, ice cream, anything with sugar basically. Good carbs […]

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  • How To Measure Your Body Fat Percentage

    By Robbie Farlow | In Training | on May 16, 2016

    Most people gauge their weight loss success with the bathroom scale. Step up, stand still, and blam instant feedback. However, your common household scale is about as reliable as a drunk plastic surgeon at Lollapalooza. Countless variables can cause your scale weight to fluctuate throughout the day. The scale measures your total weight, but doesn’t […]

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  • Getting hungry is easy, but getting full does not have to be hard. When trying to stay healthy and watch what you are eating, everyone comes to that point in time where they feel the need to binge and eat everything in sight. Especially when dieting, it is hard to feel full when you have […]

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  • Reduce Muscle Breakdown… With Baking Soda?!

    By Sean Golden | In Nutrition | on May 16, 2016

    These days you hear a lot of talk about how to increase protein synthesis or the fractional synthetic rate. This is the rate at which your muscle cells are making new contractile proteins, and the general theory is that the higher this rate, the more muscle you will build. Leucine, BCAAs, whey protein, and lifting […]

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  • Stop Trying to Confuse Your Muscles… Here’s Why

    By Tanya Miller ISSA | In Training | on May 15, 2016

    We are all too familiar with the term “muscle confusion.” The concept of “confusing” our bodies by constantly switching exercises and training splits has been touted for years as an essential component to avoid plateaus and optimize results – the idea being that once a muscle “gets used to” a certain movement, it will suddenly […]

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  • Ever since trying spaghetti squash for the first time a few months ago and subsequently making it pretty much my main vegetable upon seeking out vegetables without fibery skins or seeds (my body actually hates any respectable daily intake of fiber in any form… I plan on writing about the topic of individual variance with […]

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  • How To Achieve The “Perfect” Body For Women

    By Myprotein | In Training | on May 13, 2016

    Before delving into any specifics allow me to preface this with the important caveat that not all women desire the same things. Everyone has their own goals and ideal image for their bodies and the qualities they deem admirable. Throughout the years, the body types that we seek to resemble fluctuate in trends; the views […]

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  • Can Specific Nutrition Help Heal ACL & Joint Injuries?

    By David Rynecki | In Nutrition | on May 12, 2016

    The main function of the knee joint is to bend and straighten the leg and to allow the body to change positions. Walking, running, jumping, sitting, and standing are all movements that occur with the help of the knee joint. The stabilization mechanism of the knee joint comes in the form of thick bands of […]

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