Resistance Training Is Proven To Burn Fat, Build Muscle

 |  29th Jun 2016  |  Filed under Basics of Training, Nutrition

In a recent article published by SELF magazine, they explore the benefits of resistance training. Weight loss is a primary goal for a large portion of the adult population in America and a resistance training program can achieve the results we are looking for.
MORE MUSCLE = HIGHER BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)

Your BMR translates to how much energy your body will expend at rest. The higher the…

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10 Rules of Eating To Win

 |  27th Jan 2016  |  Filed under Basics of Training, Nutrition

 Dr. Dan Benardot elaborates on some key points of nutrition that are vital to success in athletes. By doing the right things nutritionally athletes can improve performance and live a healthier lifestyle. We take a look at those rules below;

Reality 1: Humans are amazingly effective fat manufacturing machines. Eat too much food, you make fat. Eat too little food, you lose muscle and make…

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Quality Over Quantity Applies to Your Exercise, Diet Too

 |  2nd Jun 2014  |  Filed under Nutrition

Per a recent article in Science Daily, The clear benefits of a multi-dimensional exercise regimen that includes resistance exercise, interval sprint exercise, stretching (including yoga or pilates), endurance exercise, and moderate amounts of protein consumed regularly throughout the day have been demonstrated and reported by exercise scientists. If your goal is to lose weight and maintain…

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Energy Drinks: Not A Good Way to Get the Energy You Seek

 |  21st Apr 2014  |  Filed under Nutrition

Energy Drinks: What Are They?

“Energy Drinks” (ED) have seen increasing popularity, particularly among teens and young adults.  It has been noted that caffeine-containing drinks are now consumed regularly by children, with some marketed to attract children as young as 4 years of age.[1]  Sales in the United States now exceed $5 billion annually, and the sales continue to…

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