There are loads of energy drinks on the market, including those energy “shots” you can get in small bottles. The … continue reading
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you know that the omega-3 fish oils—EPA and DHA—offer a number of health … continue reading
The word cancer scares the bejesus out of most of us. People don’t like hearing it, especially when it comes … continue reading
The branched-chain amino acids consist of three essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine. BCAAs are often referred to as … continue reading
Some studies presented at the seventh annual meeting of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, held in Clearwater, Florida, last … continue reading
Bodybuilding is the ultimate “show me” sport—it’s about getting huge and ripped and getting noticed. In bodybuilding one maxim holds … continue reading
Hornet larvae amino acids. I’m sure you’ve heard the trade name VAAM—it stands for Vespa Amino Acid Mixture. Packaged in … continue reading
Nitric oxide, also referred to as NO, is the body’s main vasodilator. Vasodilation is the physiological process in which the … continue reading
The data on whey are amazing. It truly is the protein of choice for any serious athlete or bodybuilder. There’s more to whey, though, than just pretty muscles.
Some users have stated in various surveys that they want to be “cut but not big.”
Depression and anxiety are common mental-health issues, and psychological disorders are among the most frequent conditions seen in medical offices. … continue reading
As a hardworking bodybuilder, you’re fully aware of what it takes to generate the energy you need to meet your … continue reading
Back in the day of Gironda, Pearl and Scott one of the more popular supplements was lecithin, a mix of … continue reading
S-adenosyl methionine—a.k.a. SAMe—is a compound the body produces from methionine, a sulfur-containing amino acid, and adenosine triphosphate , a.k.a. ATP, … continue reading
Glutathione is an immune-boosting antioxidant. It scavenges free radicals and helps protect cells but is very hard to absorb because … continue reading
Over the long haul, taking these anti-inflammatory fats not only will contribute to better health but may even improve body composition. Not many foods or supplements can claim that. So the omega-3s should be at the top of your supplement totem pole.
The free-radical theory states that aging is oxidative damage to the body—as if you’re rusting from the inside out due … continue reading
Recently a ton of scientific information has been presented concerning the antiaging attributes of the hormone dehydoepiandrosterone. Secreted by the … continue reading
CLA shares a property with testosterone in that it prevents the maturation of fat cells.
What kind of athlete are you? That’s the question you have to ask yourself when deciding on a preworkout product. … continue reading
Supernova occurs about once every 50 years in a galaxy the size of the Milky Way, playing a significant role … continue reading
Which is best: whey protein isolate, whey protein hydrolysate or whole intact whey? Well, it depends on what you want. As I always say, goals determine strategies. So what is your goal?
The branched-chain amino acids consist of three essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine. They are considered “essential” because they … continue reading
MuscleMeds Performance Technologies has spared no expense in making Code Red the most powerful workout amplifier ever developed. Each serving … continue reading
Getting enough potassium in your diet means better blood pressure and muscle function. Unfortunately, the Institute of Medicine of the … continue reading