Are vitamin supplements robbing all your gains? In previous weeks, we’ve looked at ways to ENHANCE your training adaptation so you can become bigger, stronger, fitter and faster. I.e. something that will make your training sessions MORE effective.
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We’ve all heard of the placebo effect right?
In this episode, we’re answering the question; Does having excess body fat reduce your ability to build muscle?
In this episode, I’m covering a NEW dieting approach for you to implement if you have long term fat loss goals.
In this episode, we’re going to school with some eggs. The unbelievably nutrient dense food that offers a massive bang for it’s buck.
Are BCAA’s important? YES. Are BCAA supplements important? NO. Let me explain.
The miserable life without carbs. For some reason, people actually like following this type of diet. Which is cool, because it definitely works for fat loss.
Q. Can I take creatine without gaining weight?
‘But I thought that eating more meals per day increases metabolic rate and would get me shredded quicker?’
For our second instalment, we’re looking at how your metabolic rate changes in response to your calorie intake.
In our first instalment of Dedication to Education, we’re looking at the calorie demands of getting smashed in rugby.
The human body consists of 50-70% water. Predictably, it would make sense that fluid intake is undoubtedly important, however is often very overlooked by both the athletic and general population.
BACKED BY SCIENCE: The Ultimate Nutrition Guide for Athletes to Shred Body Fat without Sacrificing Performance
If you’re an athlete who wants to shred body fat to become better at your sport, this article is just for you.
During a typical training week, a recreational athlete may train from five hours all the way to the elite of fifteen hours plus. Within that week, athletes will most likely consume on average 35 meals and snacks combined, totalling 1,820 eating occasions every single year.