supplements

Two studies confirmed two things: first, supplement use is common in athletes, and second, the effects aren't always significant.
In the short term, inexpensive fast food appears to suffice as a viable glycogen replenishment choice following high-effort training sessions.
Stress and low energy are recipes for ruining a workout. A new study suggests the amino acid ornithine might help.
Multivitamins have come under fire lately, but new research suggests they may have redeeming qualities.
CrossFit affiliates are a multilevel marketing (MLM) dream come true. But MLM is not something that will benefit most affiliates or most people.
After completing a fourteen-kilometer run, subjects who took carnitine fared much better than those who did not.
A new study found the flavonol quercetin has several benefits, particularly when combined with exercise.
In a new study, phosphatidic acid worked, both in petri dishes and in humans.
We all know that coconut water is a great way to rehydrate after training. Add some protein powder, and it's even better.
Nitric oxide is growing in popularity, and this product makes it easy to reap the benefits during your workouts.
CLA didn't perform so well in the latest study. After an eight-week trial there was no difference in any performance markers.
In my never-ending search for convenient, high-quality, nutritious snack foods for athletes, this product was a gold mine.
Caffeine and carbs are both popular pre-workout aids. What happens if you put them together?
There are a lot of missing links in the modern diet, and collagen from animal sources is one of them. These supplements are an easy fix.
The latest finding on HMB supplementation could be more about profit than performance.
If you're like 99% of the people who read part one of this series, you probably learned some stuff. So here are ten more tidbits.
Athletic Greens has a well-rounded ingredients list that might fill some of the gaps in your diet.