This week, we’re answering the question, ‘Why Can’t I lose body fat on a 1,000kcal diet?’
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This week, we’re looking at why some protein sources are still anabolic, even at very low amounts.
We’ve covered the awesome effects of caffeine numerous times, but have you ever thought about spitting it back out once you’ve taken a sip?
This week, we do a deep dive into one of the MOST EFFECTIVE supplements available. But, for some reason, nobody knows about.
Today, we’re looking at how packing on muscle skyrockets your metabolic rate. I’m sure you’ve heard this quote, right? ‘For every pound of muscle you gain, you need to consume an extra 50-100 calories per day’
CBD oil: A very important update for PRO athletes.
I’m sure you’ve heard this saying at some point? ‘You shouldn’t diet hard and lose weight fast as you’ll rebound and regain all the weighty you’ve lost’
Today we answer the question; what exactly happens when we eat too much protein?
Sit back, grab a cold one because it’s story time. This week we’re winding back the clocks to feature the successful therapeutic fast of 382 days’ duration (Stewart and Fleming, 1973).
Today, we’re going deep into the enviro friendly way of gaining. With many athletes becoming ever so aware of the sustainability of the ecosystem, they’ve started looking at alternative ways to eat to minimise their impact.
Ep. 30 – Dedication to Education: Carb Cycling for Endurance Athletes. A case for superior adaptations?
This week, we’re looking at enhancing your cardio gains through carb cycling. In other words, can we manipulate when we restrict and eat our carbohydrates to skyrocket work capacity?
This week, we’re looking at a supplement that’s breaking into the sports nutrition scene as a tool to improve recovery.
How fast should I be losing body fat? We know that we need to restrict calories to shred body fat. We also know that calorie restrictions hosts a whole load of trade off and compromises
This week, we’re delving into the topic of ‘why your appetite is lying to you’. Within a training week, athletes will most likely consume on average 35 meals and snacks combined, totaling 1,820 eating occasions every single year.
Today, we’re jumping into bed with the science of sleep. More specifically, we’re looking at the likeliness of getting injured from not getting enough snoozes.