Supplements

Xyience Pre-Workout Booster (Product Review)

This supplement is a good choice for anyone looking to enhance their workout without a bunch of stimulants.

Antioxidants Have Mixed Effects on Performance

We know antioxidants are good for our health, but do they affect athletic performance? A new research review shows mixed results.

Nuzest Clean Lean Protein (Product Review)

If you’re on the lookout for a complete vegan protein supplement that’s also soy-free, look no further.

Thermogenic Aids: Do They Actually Work?

Can taking a pill actually increase metabolic rate? Many studies have said no, but recent research suggests a blend of caffeine and herbs might actually work.

Product Review: Mercola Protein Bars

A lot of companies add long lists of additives to their protein bars in an effort to make them taste better. These protein bars from Mercola are tasty and contain quality, organic ingredients.

Evidence Mounts Against Energy Drinks

One week energy drinks are an athlete's best friend, and the next week they're just a waste of money. A new study suggests they don't make a significant effect on performance.

Product Review: SEAL Multivitamin

Tired of paying tons of money for huge multivitamins that you can barely swallow? The SEAL Multi from Kill Cliff is full of high-quality ingredients to fuel performance, and it won't break the bank.

Product Review: PHISM Pre-Workout Energizer

This pre-workout energizer from Savin Nutrition avoids some of the common pitfalls of pre-workout drinks and gave me more energy even after my workout was over.

Product Review: ProBar Core

The Core bar from ProBar is a delicious post-workout snack packed with protein and high-quality ingredients.

Product Review: ProBar Bolt Fruit Chews

ProBar Bolt fruit chews provide a delicious, energy-boosting, organic pre-workout snack in four different flavors.

Supplement Face-Off: Baking Soda Versus Beta-Alanine

Beta-alanine supplements cost a heck of a lot more than plain old baking soda, but do they work any better? A new study suggests the answer is no.

More Protein Isn't Always Better

If you already get a lot of protein in your diet, a new study suggests you can keep your protein powder money in your piggy bank, because you probably don't need any more.

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