As if you needed another reason for that nightly glass of Cabernet. Oregon State University and Oklahoma State University recently teamed up to study the metabolic effects of chemicals in grape juice. They found that one compound, ellagic acid, dramatically ...Read More »
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You won`t believe what you see. Jujimufu "The Anabolic Acrobat" (Jon Call) is one of the coolest persons on the planet, end of story. Amazing flexibility, strength , muscle mass and an amazing personality combined to something unique. Iron Man ...Read More »
Studying what types of exercises most effectively and efficiently elicit gains, Paulo Gentil and colleagues aimed to examine the effects of adding two single-joint exercises (e.g., biceps curls and triceps extensions) to two multi-joint exercises (e.g., lat pulldowns and chest ...Read More »
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Is it optimal to perform full or partial range of motion (ROM) reps? In a study by Gerard McMahon and colleagues, the aim was to identify the differences between training with a full ROM compared to a partial ROM. Recreationally ...Read More »
People seem to root for diets the way they root for sports teams. You’ll never get someone on the Paleo Team to cheer for the Zone Team. And just like with crazed sports fans, it turns out that loyal adherence ...Read More »
It’s commonly believed that vegetarians have a harder time adding muscle to their frame since they do not have the benefit of animal protein. But a recent study shows that post-workout protein shakes made from pea protein are just as ...Read More »
Two of our favorite things have been proven to help get you shredded: hot sauce and protein. A Dutch study published in The Journal of Nutrition examined several groups of people who experimented with calorie intake, protein consumption, and supplementing ...Read More »
It’s not just athletes who need to worry about their performance suffering when they get dehydrated. A recent study published in the journal Physiology & Behavior examined the effect of mild dehydration on drivers who performed a simple but monotonous ...Read More »
If you’re returning to the gym after some time away, start drinking green tea right now. Epigallocatechin gallate, the active ingredient in green tea and better known as EGCG, provides a slew of health and fitness benefits to those who ...Read More »
I spent a lot of my life in “decent” shape. Throughout high school and college, I just coasted along. Like a lot of guys, ate all sorts of crap, drank too much, exercise too little. I’d spend my weekends with ...Read More »
At first glance, the study out of the University of Toronto that shows that exposure to fast food makes life less pleasurable might seem like the most obvious scientific discovery of all time. The surprising part is that the results ...Read More »
Maintaining muscle mass into your later years is a key factor in longevity and quality of life, and it seems that everyone’s favorite supplement can help this process. Muscle-promoting creatine, long thought to be the most effective bodybuilding supplement in ...Read More »
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Police and firefighters have a new reason to hit the gym: It saves their lives. New research shows that the number-one killer of firefighters isn’t heat or smoke, but stress and exertion. In fact, more than 50 firefighters a year pass ...Read More »