Do you have questions about some of the finer points about protein intake, such as can you consume too much protein or do you need more or less protein when bulking. If so, this is the article for you. We answer those questions and more!
For strength training and weight loss, protein is the powdered equivalent of gold, often pitched as a magic bullet. But it’s important to remember that not all protein is created equal. Lifters should understand the science behind protein to maximize their body composition and performance.
If you’re like most people, the quarantine has hit hard. Gyms are closed, and most are stuck at home. With a new routine comes new challenges and unanswered questions about staying healthy. This article walks you through the process so that you can stay on track even without a gym!
If you’re like most, you look forward to the holidays with anticipation for the time spent with family, friends, and delicious meals. But it can be hard to make good food choices and stay on track with your fitness and health goals. Use these recipes to enjoy the best of both worlds!
While everyone thinks they know the benefits of protein, not all sources are created equal. Strap in because we’re going to dive deep down the rabbit hole to discover the top 10 high-protein foods for lifters.
Have you ever met a guy who claims he’s barely eating anything, yet can’t seem to lose weight? Well, it turns out he might be right. Or, he might be lying without realizing it. Find out if calories are the only thing at play when you are trying to lose weight.
Have you ever wondered why some people rely on daily Super Shakes? Well, for those who have low appetites, are short on time, struggle to eat enough, or lack time for meal prep, these snacks are liquid gold.
Counting calories can be boring, tedious, and confusing. However, a few simple food swaps allow you to use food science and biochemistry to trick your taste buds and brain into eating well while still saving calories.
As a personal trainer, understand that your role extends far beyond the gym. While barbells, dumbbells, and protein are your main tools during your coaching session, realize that your client’s environment largely dictates their lifestyle for the other 23 hours of the day.
What are micronutrients? Simply put, they are vitamins and minerals, and the body requires them to produce hormones and enzymes needed for growth and development. When our bodies don’t receive enough micronutrients, we experience symptoms ranging from hair loss and tooth decay to brain fog and muscle weakness.