If you have a question regarding a supplement I highly recommend checking out Examine.com. It is an independent compendium on supplements and aims to be the number one go to source for all your supplement questions. “This site is user generated. Everyone can contribute – both in terms of information, and in ranking how useful a supplement […]
Here is a nifty little trick on how to quickly cut peppers. Now for time 3…2…1 GO!
Charles Poliquin has 10 quick tips and detailed research regarding the benefits of BCAAs “I started using branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) in high amounts in 1994 after meeting with one of brightest minds in exercise physiology and medicine, Dr. Mauro DiPasquale, who wrote Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge. His contention […]
Tour de France cyclist Andy Schleck posted this pic of the food each rider in their team eats a day during a day in the TDF. Carbs anyone?
Here is some gym talk for your commute. Just listened to an entertaining episode of The FitCast with guest John Romaniello. They talk about the fitness industry, dieting (intermittent fasting), supplements, post workout nutrition and his latest products.
Ectomorph? Hardgainer? Try the Epic Meal Time approach. Bonus Tip “Don’t run when you can walk, don’t stand when you can sit, don’t sit when you can lay down”
Iron Radio Podcast Episode 113 (direct link to mp3) focuses on fats, hormones and supplements. This weeks guest is exercise physiologist Dr. Tim Ziegenfuss. Topics new understandings of body fat’s active role in metabolism as an organ that releases hormones like leptines. supplemental concentrates from curry powder, blueberries and more pharmaceutical-like effects are being clarified […]
Thought I’d make you hungry… Just had lots of cod with of broccoli. Simple to make. Just what my body craves on a rest day.
Interesting article on Scientific American: Can We Be Trained to Like Healthy Foods? Scientists and physicians wonder if our lust for unhealthy, obesity-inducing eating might be tied to the food choices made during our first weeks and months of life. “‘Our hypothesis is that flavors associated with various vegetables, could be influenced by early exposure,’” In […]