Your metabolism is your 'right hand man' (or woman) when it comes to determining what results you get from your nutrition and exercise efforts. Our free guide gives you 8 simple ways to boost your metabolism.
Carbohydrates are essential for the body to be able to recover from the exercise itself. This is particularly important if you are looking to grow new muscle, though as you’d expect, building muscle would also require the consumption of a post-workout protein.
Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) relate to three of the most important amino acids, namely: isoleucine, leucine and valine. However, BCAAs are probably one of the most misunderstood sports supplements on the market. This article explores why and explains why supplements are so important for vegans and vegetarians.
Cutting fat is tough, but what’s harder still is trying to cut the fat while holding on to your hard-earned muscle. There’s not really any way around the fact that if you want to lose fat efficiently, you need to consume fewer calories than your body’s energy expenditure. This creates a calorie deficit. Ideally, this should be a daily process. As you’ll likely be aware, you can’t expect to build much quality muscle when you don’t have the calories to support it. So how can you burn fat effectively, while sacrificing as little muscle mass as possible? This is...