Scientists studied the effects of weight training while fasting by observing Muslim bodybuilders during Ramadan. It turns out not eating after your workout might not matter.
Intermittent fasting might be all the rage, but it's just bad news for women. I talked to a number of female fitness experts and they all agreed - IF is not for women.
The first rule of intermittent fasting is: you do not talk about intermittent fasting. If you want to have a social life AND practice intermittent fasting, these are the rules you need to follow.
If you're following a nutrition plan, you know how you count down to your cheat days. But is there a way to both enjoy and effectively use those cheat meals to build muscle and lean out?
In this article, the two forms of fasting I will breakdown for you are Full day fasts (FDF) and daily fasts. I will discuss the pros and cons of each, and how it can be directly applied to athletes.
You want to build muscle, you're intrigued by intermittent fasting, and you keep hearing everyone talk about BCAAs. How can all these things work together? Find out from Clint of CrudeFitness.com.
As a lifetime athlete, I’m more interested with people’s hands on experiences than I am with expert opinion. My own experience doing this fast was as eye-opening as it was unpleasant.
Today is day eight. “Day eight of what?” you ask. Great question. Well folks, for the past eight days, I have lived (primarily) off of the ingestion of juiced fruits and vegetables.
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