Creatine supplements (10 grams per day for three weeks) reduced arterial stiffness and blood pressure responses to weight training.]
If your goal is to build muscle and drop body fat, then you need to start eating right. For a lot of guys, that’s easier said than done. Here are 20 healthy, muscle-building foods that are a must for every fitness-minded guy’s grocery list.
In a recent study leg by Jacob Wilson from the University of Tampa in Florida, researchers found that supplementing with a combination of HMB and ATP plus weight training increased muscle size, strength and power and reduced a marker of overtraining.
Getting quality lean-muscle gains can be a challenge if you’re not sure how to go about it – you can’t just eat anything! If you’re not careful, you could end up packing on too much fat and not enough lean muscle. If you’re not sure where to start, here are four tips to help you have a cleaner better, mass-gaining season!
A review of literature by scientists from the University of Manitoba in Canada concluded that wild rice, when consumed as part of a healthy diet, contributes to health by supplying antioxidants, reducing blood fats and supplying a good source of fiber.
Fifty years ago, sports nutrition knowledge was disseminated by champion athletes, coaches and a few producers of athletic products. Athletes were advised to eat plenty of protein, including beef and raw eggs, and drink lots of juice. Since then, sports nutrition has become a sophisticated, developed science.
There are some silly diets out there. Heck, some aren’t even diets per se; they’re ways of eating that are conducive to getting fat and jacking up serum triglycerides. If you don’t believe me, give the USDA Food Guide Pyramid a shot
A 2010 report by the International Olympic Committee concluded that carbohydrate intake should match the demands of training and competition and may vary considerably during different times of the year.
A study on well-trained strength athletes, showed that supplementing arginine and ornithine for three weeks resulted in a nearly 50 percent increase in growth hormone and IGF-1 levels, following an intense weight training workout.
A sophisticated study, led by Martin Gibala from McMaster University in Canada, showed that exercising with low muscle glycogen levels caused an increased use of protein as fuel, and reduced the capacity for protein synthesis after exercise.
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