Category: Training

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5 Methods to Maximize Your Muscle Pump

5 Methods to Maximize Your Muscle Pump

by Vince Del Monte Discover 5 advanced techniques to maximize your muscle pump and promote faster muscle gains! The nuts and bolts of what you [...]
Choosing a Personal Trainer

Choosing a Personal Trainer

by Matt Weik Are you ready to kick things up a notch and hire a personal trainer to put you through the ringer? Or, maybe you’re just starting [...]
Should You Eat Before Exercise?

Should You Eat Before Exercise?

by Matt Weik There has been a debate for quite some time on whether you should eat before you exercise or if you should exercise when in a fast [...]
Why Do We Need Fancy Gyms?

Why Do We Need Fancy Gyms?

by Matt Weik Are we now a society of special snowflakes? I mean seriously. Look at some of the new gyms out there today like Equinox. Do we [...]
Experienced strength athletes lose fat by intermittent fasting, not muscle mass or strength

Experienced strength athletes lose fat by intermittent fasting, not muscle mass or strength

Strength athletes perform no better or worse if they do time-restricted feeding we wrote yesterday, based on an American study in which the partic [...]
Weightlifters recover faster with pomegranate juice

Weightlifters recover faster with pomegranate juice

The polyphenols and nitrates in fresh pomegranate juice make it an interesting supplement for weightlifters - and probably for other strength athl [...]
Calf muscle size genetic?

Calf muscle size genetic?

Most men and women who do weight training complain that they can't get their calf muscles to grow. It's not just their imagination, American sport [...]
H.I.I.T. Training: New Research

H.I.I.T. Training: New Research

by Matt Weik We live in a society that believes if a little yields a good result, then more would yield an even better result. But more times [...]
How many times a week should strength athletes train their muscle groups?

How many times a week should strength athletes train their muscle groups?

As far as American sports scientist Brad Schoenfeld can tell from the literature, bodybuilders and fitness fanatics make more progression by trainin [...]
Inflammation and the Effect on your Gains

Inflammation and the Effect on your Gains

by Josh Hodnik The human body is a complex machine that has an amazing ability to heal itself. When an injury occurs, the body responds immedia [...]
Don’t do cardio and strength training the same day

Don’t do cardio and strength training the same day

There are 1001 arguments to do both strength training and cardio training, but it's also crystal clear that the types of training can compromise eac [...]
End of day training results in increased endurance capacity and muscle growth

End of day training results in increased endurance capacity and muscle growth

If you do strength training because you want to build muscle, then working out early in the evening is a better time than in the morning. We've po [...]
Is it better to combine a low-carb diet or a traditional slimming diet with strength training?

Is it better to combine a low-carb diet or a traditional slimming diet with strength training?

When you combine a traditional weight-loss diet with strength training you lose just as much fat and retain just as much muscle mass as you would on [...]
Are squats or leg press better for legs?

Are squats or leg press better for legs?

If you do strength training to improve your sports performance or your general physical functioning in every day life, you can forget about leg-pre [...]
Bodybuilders manage twenty percent more reps with beetroot juice

Bodybuilders manage twenty percent more reps with beetroot juice

Beetroot juice is not only a good supplement for endurance athletes. Bodybuilders and other strength athletes can train more intensively by adding b [...]
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