Anyone in the fitness industry—from beginner to pro—will have used supplements at least once. Even people who aren’t really “into fitness” have probably used supplements at least once in their lives. Perhaps the most asked question regarding supplements is “do you need supplements to build an attractive physique?” The answer, like always, is it depends. It depends on the individual; it [...]

Anyone in the fitness industry—from beginner to pro—will have used supplements at least once. Even people who aren’t really “into fitness” have probably used supplements at least once in their lives. Perhaps the most asked question regarding supplements is “do you need supplements to build an attractive physique?” The answer, like... Anyone in the fitness industry—from beginner to pro—will have used supplements at least once. Even people who aren’t really “into fitness” have probably used supplements at least once in their lives. Perhaps the most asked question regarding supplements is “do you need supplements to build an attractive physique?” The answer, like...

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When gym rats first discover the world of exercise and nutrition, it’s always because they are interested in losing weight and/or building a better physique. You will rarely find someone who lists down “have a bigger vertical jump” as a primary goal. While there is nothing wrong with training specifically for aesthetic purposes, there are [...]

When gym rats first discover the world of exercise and nutrition, it’s always because they are interested in losing weight and/or building a better physique. You will rarely find someone who lists down “have a bigger vertical jump” as a primary goal. While there is nothing wrong with training specifically... When gym rats first discover the world of exercise and nutrition, it’s always because they are interested in losing weight and/or building a better physique. You will rarely find someone who lists down “have a bigger vertical jump” as a primary goal. While there is nothing wrong with training specifically...

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Cravings are the antagonist to any diet because it has the potential to make or break you. That one chocolate bar you are craving for could be just that—one candy bar—or it could lead to an all-out binge. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we have the effect of restriction. By not eating the chocolate bar on that [...]

Cravings are the antagonist to any diet because it has the potential to make or break you. That one chocolate bar you are craving for could be just that—one candy bar—or it could lead to an all-out binge. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we have the effect of... Cravings are the antagonist to any diet because it has the potential to make or break you. That one chocolate bar you are craving for could be just that—one candy bar—or it could lead to an all-out binge. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we have the effect of...

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Everyone’s got a six-pack. The problem for most people is that it’s hidden under a layer of fat.A six-pack is arguably one of the most desirable body parts for men and there is an abundance of confusing & deceiving information out there about the best way to get them. Here, we outline 4 simple steps behind attaining the coveted [...]

Everyone’s got a six-pack. The problem for most people is that it’s hidden under a layer of fat.A six-pack is arguably one of the most desirable body parts for men and there is an abundance of confusing & deceiving information out there about the best way to get them. Here,... Everyone’s got a six-pack. The problem for most people is that it’s hidden under a layer of fat.A six-pack is arguably one of the most desirable body parts for men and there is an abundance of confusing & deceiving information out there about the best way to get them. Here,...

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Metabolism refers to the physical and chemical processes that occur in the body responsible for normal functioning, keeping us alive. Such functions include breathing, blood circulation and nerve function. To carry out these processes, our body converts energy from the food we eat. The total amount of energy your body burns is referred to as your metabolic [...]

Metabolism refers to the physical and chemical processes that occur in the body responsible for normal functioning, keeping us alive. Such functions include breathing, blood circulation and nerve function. To carry out these processes, our body converts energy from the food we eat. The total amount of energy your body burns is... Metabolism refers to the physical and chemical processes that occur in the body responsible for normal functioning, keeping us alive. Such functions include breathing, blood circulation and nerve function. To carry out these processes, our body converts energy from the food we eat. The total amount of energy your body burns is...

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