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Good nutrition always comes first, but these three supplements may be what you need to gain an extra edge in your performance.
Find out how to avoid the detriment of overtraining, regardless of your athletic prowess.
Proper supplementation may be the key to boost your athletic performance and help you feel great.
HMB is a controversial supplement, so it’s hard to know what to think. Based on my experience, it works.
How much recovery do athletes need, and how do we figure that out? A new study has some answers.
Creatine is known for its benefits for weight lifting, but how does it affect performance on the soccer field?
A new study examined the use of HMB and ATP supplements, with promising results.
Some products only work in specific windows and some just work better at certain times of day. Let’s take a closer look at the timing of our supplements.
Creatine is a favorite tool for building more muscle. But did you know in the same way that creatine improves the level of energy for your muscles, it can enhance ATP synthesis for the mind as well?
Bioenergetics by definition means the flow of energy in a biological system. In the human body it refers primarily to the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into usable energy.
Nutrient timing is a hot topic in sports nutrition. A recent study investigates whether it's better to take creatine before or after your workout.
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.
When it comes to supplements, what is worth your time, consideration, and hard-earned money? These are the five I believe give you the best bang for your buck and have been proven to be effective.
Creatine is one of the best and most basic supplements you can take, but some worry about it's long-term effects on the kidneys. New research gives creatine the green light.
Creatine is a great and highly beneficial supplement, but have scientists finally found one drawback? Let's look at new research that shows creatine may have a negative impact on your antioxidants.
Lots of supplements companies offer mixes of pre- and post-workout supplements. Are these mixes effective? One recent study looked at NO-Shotgun and NO-Synthesize and said yes.
What happens when creatine companies go head to head? One of them commissions research on the other's product and we get a little potentially useful data about all the products involved.