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  1. The Benefits of Leucine

    For many bodybuilders, leucine is vital. In fact, this essential amino acid (EAA) has been shown to deliver many health benefits. Now, let’s take a look at some of the key questions about leucine.

  2. Low Glycemic Carbs vs. High Glycemic Carbs

    In the world of healthy eating, diets, and weight loss, carbohydrates are often singled out as the root cause of bad health. However, not all carbohydrates are created equal, especially when it comes to their glycemic index. Let’s take a closer look at carbohydrates and how you can choose the right carbs to fit into…

  3. 16:8 Intermittent Fasting: Does It Work?

    Fasting has quickly become a popular health trend, but 16:8 intermittent fasting has gained the most traction recently for its claims of weight loss and other potential health benefits. Let’s take a closer look at intermittent fasting and figure out if it actually works.   What is Fasting?   Fasting has since been modified for…

  4. Do Testosterone Boosters Work?

    For many weightlifters, sports stars, and athletes, testosterone boosters have become a popular supplement for increasing muscle mass and strength and creating a leaner, more chiseled physique. Let’s take a closer look at testosterone, testosterone boosters, and figure out if they truly work.   What is Testosterone?   Testosterone and estrogen are your body’s two…

  5. Building Muscle with Isoleucine and Valine

    Isoleucine and valine represent two branded-chain amino acids (BCAAS) that contain structures that have been shown to impact the muscles. They commonly are found in eggs, meat and other foods that contain protein and may benefit the body in several ways.   To better understand isoleucine and valine, let’s examine both of these BCAAS and…

  6. Natural Ways to Increase Testosterone

    Testosterone is a natural chemical necessary for proper health and functions in both men and women.While it is best known for its role in puberty, testosterone is necessary for general health and wellbeing, contributing to higher energy levels, healthy bone density, muscle mass and weight.

  7. How to Boost Muscle Recovery

      Working out naturally leads to the breakdown of muscles and protein strands called myofibrils. Damaged muscle tissues are fused and repaired, creating thicker, more abundant myofibrils, which ultimately means larger, stronger muscles. However, this process of repairing muscles requires periods of rest. While resting may not seem ideal when you want to gain strength…

  8. Understanding the Basics of Building Muscle and Losing Fat

    The process of building muscle while losing fat is known as body recomposition or recomp. While not impossible, body recomp is difficult because of caloric intake. Losing fat often means consuming fewer calories, while building muscle requires a caloric surplus.


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