At the gym you’ve probably seen the big, beefy guys and fully defined ladies lugging around jugs of water. You know the kind you usually only buy when you’re stocking up for a natural disaster? Well, it may look a little ridiculous, but these muscle heads might be on to something. Read more →
Category: Sports and Fitness
Not all pre-workouts are created equal. To get the most out of an energizing solution, it should complement your fitness goals and your body’s ability to stomach stimulating nutrients. Read more →
Q: What is L-arginine?
A: Before we discuss the benefits and functions of L-arginine, it’s important to understand the basics of amino acids (for our expert readers out there, feel free to skip ahead). Amino acids bond together to form proteins. They are the second largest component of human muscles, cells and various other tissues (main component being water). Each amino acid has a unique function on its own or in its “free-form.” Read more →
Sports and nutrition go together like peanut butter and jelly. When it comes to athletic performance, nutrition is just as important as putting in the hours of hard training. Don’t let it all go to waste by ignoring feelings of fatigue, constant upset stomachs or bed-confining coughs and congestion. With a few simple and satisfying food pairings, your body can (literally) run like a well-oiled machine.
Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, which means you’ve got plenty of time to start slimming down for swimsuit season (or even spring break). The key to getting lean is to combine cardio exercise with the right diet. First, you need to make sure you’re doing enough cardio to burn fat every day. Next, clean up your plate. When mapping out your weekly meal plans, consider including high-quality meal replacement shakes. Let me tell you why.
If there’s one body part a woman could change, 9 out of 10 of us will coyly admit to having issues with our lower body. Ladies, nothing is going to change until you can embrace your trouble zones. Not convinced you can live happily ever after with your lower half? Read on. Read more →
No matter how you slice it, a sandwich is still a carb-heavy meal—not what you want when you’re trying to sculpt a lean bod. Skip the bread and blend up an oldie but goodie, smoothie style, instead. Creamy peanut butter and sweet strawberry jam are whirled together with Greek yogurt, Six Star whey and a splash of milk for a frosty, drinkable lunch with extra protein punch.
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