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Breaking The Fast: What to Eat In The Morning

Breaking The Fast: What to Eat In The Morning

How many people have the same breakfast every morning?

Perhaps you are a coffee and muffin person, or maybe you go for a bagel with cream cheese - either way, this may not be the healthiest options to choose on a regular basis.

Before we get into what you should eat and why, it’s important to have an understanding of what breakfast is - from the perspective of human physiology.

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How You Can Control Your Metabolism

How You Can Control Your Metabolism

There are so many factors that come into play when anyone decides they want to start losing weight or building muscle. While some may focus strictly on their diet, others may focus on their exercise regime.

Whatever your area of focus, successful weight loss will always come down to one important idea (whether or not you know it) - your metabolism.

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Does Creatine Really Work?

Does Creatine Really Work?

We all know the struggles of weightlifting. Sore muscles, joint pain, constant fatigue - sometimes it’s not as fun as its made out to be, but the end goal - a near perfect physique - can make up for the pain you endure while training.

In every style of training, there is one supplement that will benefit you most.

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How To Naturally Boost Your Testosterone

How To Naturally Boost Your Testosterone

For many of us, performance is the most important aspect of training in the gym each day. Although some of us may have goals of losing weight, the glory of achieving rock hard abs and a chest of steel outweighs the benefits of cutting down five pounds.

Whatever your goal, there is one factor that plays a crucial importance when you are trianing day in and day out - but some some reason, it's largely avoided.

What are we referring to? Testosterone, of course.

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What is Movement-Based Exercise?

What is Movement-Based Exercise?

There is a new style of training that is emerging. Some may have seen popular trainers such as Ido Portal doing backflips and explaining the importance of human kinetics and freedom in movement, while others know the ever controversial Naudi Aguilar, who popularized Functional Patterns.

Whatever the method, we are starting to see a shift from free weight, strength based movements to freedom in movement - exercise that requires balance, precision and a complete control of all muscle.

This new style of training is being called movement exercise, and it could be your best bet at finding balance, strength and mobility in your training sessions.

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The Importance Of Prepping Your Meals

The Importance Of Prepping Your Meals

Bodybuilding and fitness is not just about the work you put in at the gym. There are several factors that will eventually influence how strong you are and how great you look. Above your training, one aspect of your lifestyle will take precedence over the amount of energy you have and how strong you can truly become - this is your diet.

Many lifters make the mistake of focussing solely on the amount of time they spend in the gym with little to no concern on the amount of calories they eat or the type of calories they eat.

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Why Form Is Important To Your Performance

Why Form Is Important To Your Performance

We all want to lift heavier, but if it comes at the cost of injury - is it really worth it?

Working out, eating healthier, these are all goals that will push you towards your destination for total fitness and optimal health. The difficulty comes when you are working too quickly, or not paying enough attention to your body.

There are several mechanisms that can lead to injury, but the most common is incorrect form.
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Mobile Apps That Will help You Train Harder

Mobile Apps That Will help You Train Harder

We are living in an ever evolving world of technology. Although this technology is taking over in some respects, there are a host of free and highly useful applications we can use to better our lives - both in nutrition and physical performance.

From calorie trackers to GPS maps for cycling routines - simple apps can make a huge difference.

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Boost Strength Through Body Type Analysis

Boost Strength Through Body Type Analysis

Many people struggle with training in the early days. Whether it be the new workouts putting stress on your muscle, or the cravings for sugar and salt rich foods - the first couple weeks are the most difficult, but also the most important.

Many people start training without a clear plan of attack. The basic premise is to lose weight, or build muscle but there is no specific route to the endpoint.

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Goal Setting: The Missing Link In Your Workout Program

Goal Setting: The Missing Link In Your Workout Program

We’ve all been through the struggle of starting a new workout program. The constant morning weigh-ins, meal planning and workouts each day are taxing enough without having to worry about if your workout program is complete - guiding you to the results you want.

Trouble is, if you don't have the proper goals - ones that are actionable, how do you know if you are truly making progress?

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How Carbohydrates Help You Grow Stronger

How Carbohydrates Help You Grow Stronger

Over the years there has been a massive sense of confusion when it comes to carbohydrates. Many people view them as an immediate source of weight gain and avoid them at all cost but this is simply not true.

The truth is, if you’re serious about your workout program, carbohydrates are completely essential.

 

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Power Snacks: Healthy Recipes for Maximum Strength

Power Snacks: Healthy Recipes for Maximum Strength

Eating fresh and healthy food on the go can be a difficult task - especially with a fast food joint on every corner. Finding snack foods to bring with you wherever you go can be one of the easiest and most effective ways to keep you on track - eating clean and fresh food all day long.

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