Nitric oxide regulation is one of the most studied problems in physiology and medicine, and it’s an issue with far-reaching implications for weight management, exercise performance and overall health.
It’s THE question that rolls from the tips of everyone’s tongue. What’s the best diet, training and supplementation plan for losing fat faster than a celebrity can confess to his or her latest transgression? OK, maybe it doesn’t work as fast as a contrived tear-filled bullsh@# confession, but there are scientifically valid ways to approach this problem.
Not seeing the results you are looking for in the gym? Are you training hard and consistently, is your nutrition on point, yet there is room for improvement? Perhaps some body recomposition is in order.
Consuming a protein supplement after weight training stimulates muscle protein synthesis more than weight training or a supplement alone. But how much protein is enough to stimulate protein synthesis and build muscle?
February 2016 FitnessRx For Men cover model and men’s physique pro Sergi Constance takes you through the ins and outs of his shoulder workout.
Protein bars are a way of life for fitness-minded people, who need quality fuel when they are on the go. While protein bars are quick and convenient, the taste and consistency of some protein bars leaves much to be desired, like a cross between Play-Doh and an unexpected gift from your pet.
Over the last decade, researchers have elucidated the fact that in order to speed up one’s metabolic rate, you must eat, not diet. Researchers have also discovered how certain individual foods and combinations can increase your fat-burning potential. One individual macronutrient, namely protein, has been found to substantially raise the metabolic rate and promote fat loss.
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