supplements

If I were to tell you that you could include things in your diet to markedly augment your performance and the only side effect would be to smell a little like maple syrup, would you do it?
If we know we will be indulging in some less than perfect eating habits, it makes it even more important to take control of the other aspects of our health.
I am not planning on stopping the things I do for my workouts, but I am willing to use deliberate recovery measures and supplementation to battle the resulting inflammation.
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.
Curcumin has some amazing benefits when it comes to inflammation, joint pain, and disease prevention. But it's important you get the right kind and take it in the right amounts.
Neogenis BeetElite NeoShot uses the power of beets to boost NO levels. If you don't get a lot of leafy greens and beets in your diet, this one's for you.
Baking soda might be one of the most versatile items in your kitchen cabinet. In a recent study, ingesting baking soda improved squat numbers.
If you're a vegan athlete , you will want to check out About Time Ve Vegan Protein Formula. This product tastes good and contains a variety of high-quality ingredients.
Combine a good protein powder with a solid pre-workout supplement and you have the recipe for athletic success. If you're looking for solid products, APS has two items you should try.
Carnitine is a popular sports supplement, but not a lot research has been done on the best dosage for performance. A new study suggests that more may not necessarily be better.
Echinacea is well-known as a supplement for the immune system, but does it have other benefits as well? A recent study suggests when it comes to VO2 max, the answer is no.
Betaine plays a critical role in general health and seem to be a supplement that holds potential value to athletes - especially those looking to improve their appearance and reduce fat.
Sally Fallon Morell discusses some of the common supplements taken by athletes and why they might not be the best options.
We all know caffeine provides an energy boost, but a new study reveals yet another perk you get from your cup of joe: decreased muscle soreness.
Finding a recovery drink that is convenient, tasty, and relatively healthy can be a challenge. I recently got to try two products by Kill Cliff and found they provide all three.
Creatine monohydrate is well known as a beneficial supplement, but there are other forms of creatine available. A new study suggests PEG creatine improves performance even if you don't exercise.
We recently discussed how training and a bad diet can really kill your sex drive. So, I am going to give you three recommendations for natural supplements that can light the fire under your libido.