supplementation

Nutrition for Golfers

“Drive for show, putt for dough” is a common golf adage that you’ve undoubtedly heard at some point in your life. And while the phrase is certainly catchy, it actually happens to be pretty far from the truth when it comes to today’s game.

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Post-Workout Nutrition

Sometimes after a strength training session or a run you may find that you’re not really in the mood to eat after your workout. This post-workout feeling is actually a lot more common than you might think as exercise can actually suppress your appetite, according to research published in Health Psychology. That’s because your body prioritizes getting blood to the muscles that you just worked out. Therefore, digestion, which also requires blood flow, slows down.

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Why You Should Stack Your Supplements

We all know there’s no secret formula for gaining strength and muscle mass. It’s all about putting our time in at the gym and eating healthy outside of it. However, sometimes we can be doing everything right – lifting weights, consuming a healthy diet, staying hydrated, recovering properly

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Henry Cavill’s Supplement Stack

This is the MuscleTech supplement stack that Cavill takes every day to, in his own words, “make sure I’m alive and well and everything is running smoothly and I’m taking full advantage of my workouts”. Because if there’s one thing Cavill’s not, it’s someone who does things by halves.

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The Science Behind It: Clear Muscle

If you’re serious about your training and getting the best muscle-building and strength results, you’ve probably got a tub of whey protein and a container of creatine in your kitchen cupboard at home. With products like these, you’re off to a great start, as both whey protein and creatine have been extensively researched over the last two decades and they’ve been shown to be very effective supplements when it comes to supporting serious muscle gains.

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If I Could Go Back and Do it All Over Again: The Importance of Protein Intake for Distance Runners

Have you ever heard the nutritional rule that your body can only absorb 20 grams of protein per meal/snack? This is a rule that I have come across on multiple occasions and cost me dearly as a professional marathon runner. Let me tell you two stories from my professional running days with two different methods of protein intake and with two very different outcomes.

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