July 23, 2018
Struggling to gain weight can be a very difficult issue for some athletes and the fitness and health community does not pay a lot of attention to gaining weight because more people are trying to lose weight. Being a hardgainer is very hard because no matter how tough you work-out is you still remain skinny. Even though for some people getting the perfect physique is very easy, but for most, it requires a lot of hard work in achieving it. If you’re a hardgainer and you need to put on weight before pre-season starts then you will not only...
September 10, 2014
Look up what it takes to be a competition athlete, and you’ll learn that clean eating is often part of their training regimen. What is clean eating? Well, it involves removing certain food substances from your diet so that you eat mainly unprocessed, natural foods that are better for your body. What substances should you avoid if clean eating is on your agenda? Alcohol. When you consume alcoholic beverages, whether they are beer, wine, or other spirits, you’re essentially introducing toxins into your body. They contain no nutritional value and add empty calories to your diet. Not...
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April 03, 2014
If you’re looking for foods that will help you lose weight, keep you from getting overly hungry, enhance your digestive system, and enforce blood sugar stability as well as provide you with lower levels of cholesterol, you want to choose items high in fiber. That’s right; fiber-rich foods offer all of these benefits (and more) and can increase your overall health and wellness. Ideally, if you’re a man, you should get between 30 and 38 grams of fiber a day, whereas women only need 21-25. So, which foods will help you reach this goal? Here are seven: Prunes...
November 17, 2013
Recovery Protein and Energy Factors Protein, and Energy Recently, a mounting pool of research has appeared concerning the protein requirements of strength-trained individuals. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) values demand a protein ingestion of nearby 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight per day for individuals fifteen years and older (irrespective of gender). The RDA is based on the requirements of the average population, and the average individual is most likely sedentary. It has been recognised that any type of exercise augments the rate of metabolism in the muscle and also hastens the rate of muscle protein degradation and turnover. Protein...