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When you think of fitness and working out, what do you think of? A lot of beginners and intermediate gym-goers think about their current workouts and end goals, but forget a crucial part of the process.
How to Improve Fitness with Better Sleep
January 11 2019
It seems as if the number one issue many of us face when it comes to our productivity, motivation to work out and energy levels is sleep. Lack of adequate sleep is extremely common.
4 Keys to Successful Cold Weather Workouts
December 25 2018
Cold weather workouts are great for a couple of reasons. First, they’re a great way to burn the calories that we’re consuming while we spend more time inside during the frigid months. Second, the holidays bring great-tasting foods with extra calories, so there’s no doubt that you’ll have plenty of energy to burn.
How to Stay Fit Throughout Winter
December 12 2018
Burrowed under a cozy blanket with a warm cup of tea is how most of us would like to spend our winters. Unfortunately, no successful fitness program regularly swaps out workouts for couch-time.
Should You Try a LISS Cardio-Style Workout?
November 28 2018
It’s the mission of fitness professionals all around the world to promote workouts that are targeted, effective and efficient. And when motivation begins to dwindle, those workouts should be there to inspire you to keep going.
Can CLA Help with Muscle Growth?
November 21 2018
When it comes to losing weight and gaining muscle, many people go to the ends of the earth in search of solutions to make that process more efficiently attainable. In addition to maintaining a balanced diet, building a consistent exercise regime and keeping up with regular doctor visits, many believe that adding the supplement CLA can help.
The Health Benefits of Amino Acids
November 5 2018
Keeping yourself in the best possible health is one of most people’s main goals in life. To do that, you must understand some of the important elements and complex systems within your body. Amino acids, for example, help to create the protein that keeps your muscles healthy and strong. Let’s take a look at amino acids, what they do, and how you can keep your body in great shape without running yourself ragged!
The Case for Collagen As Part of A Recovery Formula
October 11 2018
Collagen consists of amino acids wound together to form tough and durable connective tissue (skin, cartilage, tendons, and bones) and comprises about one-third of total proteins in animals. Collagen is touted as being helpful for skin, gut and joint health, and improving exercise performance.
Ways to Replenish Electrolytes After a Workout
September 21 2018
Electrolytes are the minerals found in sweat and other bodily fluids. This includes sodium, chloride, potassium, magnesium and calcium. When we exercise and as we sweat, we lose electrolytes. The most common electrolyte is sodium followed by chloride, then potassium.
4 Benefits of MCT Oil
September 11 2018
MCT oil is a potent source of fatty acids. It may help with weight loss and digestive health.
Homemade BCAA Gummies
August 31 2018
Gummies are a popular snack. Homemade gummies made with BCAA provide the nutrients needed to help muscles recover faster after workouts or other physical activities. The amino acid compounds also provide an energy boost.
How to Count your Macros and Get More out of Your Meal Plan
August 21 2018
Knowing how to count macros will make it easier for a person to lose weight, gain muscle, or meet any other fitness goals. The key to proper macro counting is understanding how macronutrients work and getting into the habit of recording each meal.
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