Fasted Cardio (updated July 2019)

What is Fasted Cardio? More than likely, you’ve heard of someone performing fasted cardio. Simply put, fasted cardio is performing cardiovascular exercise without eating first. Studies show that this type of morning cardio burns up to 20% more fat than performing cardio after eating. Because of this, fasted cardio is considered the king of cardiovascular exercises. … Read more Fasted Cardio (updated July 2019)

ZMA Review 2018 -Benefits & Side Effects (Updated July 2019)

How and Why of ZMA

What is ZMA? ZMA is a supplement composed of zinc, magnesium, and aspartate. It also contains some amounts of Vitamin B6. When taken in the correct dosages, ZMA is mainly used as a sleep aid. In addition, it has also been linked to increasing zinc and magnesium levels in deficient peoples. However, the product is mainly … Read more ZMA Review 2018 -Benefits & Side Effects (Updated July 2019)

How to Improve Your Big Lifts (updated July 2019)

What Are the “Big Lifts”? The Big Four The “big four lifts” refer to compound movements. These exercises are generally accepted to be the deadlift, squat, bench press, and overhead press (OHP) because they recruit the most muscle groups. While other lifts are also considered compound movements, they do not recruit as many muscle groups … Read more How to Improve Your Big Lifts (updated July 2019)

Best Workouts for Abs To Get A Six Pack (Updated July 2019)

Best Workout for Abs

Abs are Shown in the Kitchen but Made in the Gym Abdominals are shown in the kitchen but made in the gym. Against popular belief, the abdominals are like any other muscle group. Therefore, they need to be trained, rested and recovered like any other muscle. Training your abdominals every day will not get you abs … Read more Best Workouts for Abs To Get A Six Pack (Updated July 2019)

Creatine Supplements: The Hows and Whys (Updated July 2019)

Creatine Supplements

What is Creatine? Creatine is a chemical that is naturally produced by the body. For short bursts of bodily stresses, such as exercise, the ATP-PCr Pathway is recruited. In this case, “PCr” stands for phosphocreatine (creatine phosphate). More specifically, the ingredient is released to help aid cellular function. The more creatine available to the muscles, the more can … Read more Creatine Supplements: The Hows and Whys (Updated July 2019)