supplements

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.
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.
A lot of energy drinks claim to contain magic ingredients that boost performance.Do they really work? A recent study suggests the only real magic bullet is caffeine.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: shoulder injuries, strongman, nutrition, supplements, and more!
For various reasons, a lot of people use rice protein as a substitute for whey protein. A new study suggests rice-based products might be as effective as whey if the dosage is right.
I’ve been in fitness for a long time now and have seen many trends come and go but none as prevalent and as harmful as that of the current multi-level marketing product craze.
With all the protein powders out there it can be hard to find one that tastes good and also works. Recently I had the opportunity to try out a few of EAS products and was happy with both.
It really irks me when I here of so many trainees and young athletes falling prey to the marketing lures of the countless supplement propaganda on the market.
About Time's Auxiliary Energy Pre Workout Formula provides a good dose of aminos, herbal ingredients, vitamins, and of course, caffeine for a nice pre-workout energy boost.
CoQ10, magnesium, phosphatidylserine, vitamin D, and protein - are you taking them? Here's why you need ignore the bad press and start taking these supplements.
I’ve tried other greens products that smelled and tasted awful, but it turns out drinking Warrior Green is like having a treat. A super nutritious treat.
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.
Scientists looked at pre- and post-workout drinks and examined their impact on cardiovascular health. In addition, they discovered the benefit of increased lean body mass.
CoQ10 has been talked about a lot recently, but researchers recently conducted a study in which it increased the power output of elite athletes by 2.5%.