Bodybuilding is 80% nutrition and 20% training. And your calorie intake is by far the most important factor when it comes to your diet. For example, even if you eat super clean and are 100% disciplined with your diet, you’ll still gain … Read more
This article is by BruteForce from the Muscle and Brawn Forum.
How much protein a day do you need? I’m not asking what the government or some pencil necked nutritionist says. I’m asking what you, the athlete, the bodybuilder, the powerlifter,… Read more
5 Features of Healthy Weight Loss Programs
by Lea Jones
Healthy weight loss programs can be hard to find. Far too many mainstream diets appear to expect you to live on starvation rations, to cut out one or more of the major essential food groups,… Read more
Is it possible to gain strength while losing weight?
Yes. In fact it is possible to make impressive strength gains while losing an impressive amount of weight.
Last year I began experimenting with powerlifting. At this time I also dedicated… Read more
It’s tuna and water time
I throw fastballs, curves and a mean change of pace, but you haven’t seen my looptyloop. Get ready to duck.
The following technique is hardcore and doesn’t follow the rules. Athletes-bodybuilders,… Read more
1) Do you usually eat/drink a post-workout meal or supplement?
I like to eat six meals a day as consistently as I can and also keep the percentages of carbohydrates, protein, and fat at a balance of 50% carbohydrate, 40% protein and 10% fat.
At … Read more