protein synthesis

Is protein intake or protein distribution a more significant determining factor in developing new muscle mass?
In the third part of our series on exercise recovery, we look at how to maximize recovery and build more lean muscle with the two most overlooked tools in your arsenal.
You mustn't get stuck in a dogmatic routine following an arbitrary rep count simply because that's what you've always thought was best.
The guidelines to follow to optimize performance by structuring workouts and nutrition for the best results.
Fixing low estrogen in women enhances muscle recovery, strength, and performance.
Biceps don't get much isolation time in functional fitness workouts but it's cool to show them some love. Nothing wrong with well-developed arms and they do look good, there's always that.
To maximize muscle gain, make sure you get the right amount and frequency of protein throughout the day.
High-load resistance training has always been linked to greater muscular power and strength, while low-load training can lead to greater muscular endurance.
It's time to dispel a lot of the media hype currently forming around protein.
How much protein do you really need to maintain or put on muscle mass?
A new research review found alcohol can inhibit muscle growth by as much as thirty percent.
In a new study, researchers found a dramatic increase in protein intake didn't have much of an effect.
Researchers looked at carnitine supplementation in rats and confirmed it's ability to reduce body fat and suppress muscle loss. It just might be one of the supplements worth taking.