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Whichever way you slice the argument, protein will ALWAYS be the cornerstone upon which a healthy nutritional protocol is built; barring those that have pre-existing renal dysfunctions, there really is no such thing as “too much protein”.read more
If you’ve ever asked yourself whether or not getting your pre-workout fuck on will negatively affect your gains, wonder no more; today’s article will break down what the science has to say about this topic.read more
Should you let your kids train with weights? Will it hinder their growth?read more
Do you really need cardio to get jacked?read more
Scientific review on intermittent fasting and it’s effect on animal and human health, by Bojan Kostevski MD.read more
Don’t break, but don’t fucking cry as soon as it starts to hurt. Calves hurt. So does life. Don’t let your calves be as pathetic as your life.read more
lcohol and dieting, every trainee's favorite topic of discussion. God, even Stephen Hawking would lose his marbles trying to enumerate the times I've had to sit my clients down, look em' dead in the eye, and tell them that their...read more
ook, before the villagers come a knocking with their pitchforks and torches, let's get one thing straight: cheesecakes are awesome. So are burgers, chili cheese fries and 40 oz. chocolate milkshakes. Problem is, most people exercise, quite...read more
"No force, no firmness, the pale coward shows; He shifts his place: his color comes and goes: A dropping sweat creeps cold on every part; Against his bosom beats his quivering heart; "Not so the brave - still dauntless, still the same, Unchanged his color, and unmoved...read more
f you're reading the third and final installment of our series on chronic stress, I am going to assume that you've found it both useful and thought provoking. Reversing a condition that has been slowly bleeding into your...read more