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Body Science HydroxyBurn Pro Review

Posted on February 21, 2013

Body Science HydroxyBurn Pro is a great product for those that want to lose body fat using a quality product made specifically for fat loss and here is why...

Protein Powders Supplements

Posted on August 24, 2018

Protein powder supplements come in a huge variety these days. Is the protein powder you're taking going to deliver the greatest results?
Horleys Supplements are making a huge impact on the marketplace and here's why ...

Creatines ain't Creatines

Posted on September 9, 2018

Not all creatine is created equal. The creatine you're using may not be the best for you.
Using the right creatine and knowing when to use it to maximise its efficacy will go a long way to helping you recover and gain more lean muscle.

Famous Athletes Who Use Supplements

Posted on April 10, 2014

Athletes of today have the best training facilities and the best coaches, so getting the edge can come down to the supplements they choose. Check out which supplements elite athletes might use.
Creatine What's all the hype? Well if you want to perform better and grow bigger you need to read this article.
It's important to get good advice when it comes to the use of supplements. Timing your supplements right could mean the difference between a good workout or a great workout, good recovery or injury or poor mass gains. All due to when you take did or didn't take your supplements.
We've all heard about protein, creatine and amino acids, but do we really need to take them? What do they do? Hmm ...
Creatine has been proven in may research studies to improve repetitive maximal exercise. It resynthesizes ADP to ATP to create energy at a faster rate to improve power output and strength.
There are so many different types of protein powder to choose from. Fast release, slow release, whey, egg albumin, pea. Here we look at their main qualities and differences making understanding protein powders a little easier.

Do Endurance Athletes Need Protein?

Posted on April 15, 2014

Many endurance athletes concentrate solely on carbohydrates and forget about the benefits of protein which could be what your lacking when it comes to a great performance. Protein slows the release of carbs into the bloodstream for a more sustained energy, is essential for muscle repair and can prevent immune system breakdown....This is just a few advantage of protein intake.

The Role of Protein in Muscle Recovery.

Posted on April 15, 2014

Protein is probably the most important thing you can do for your muscles post-workout. Protein works to repair the damage that occurs with intense training which is necessary in order for the muscle to grow. If "the role of protein in muscle recovery" doesn't convince you, then your destined to be small.

How Does Protein Benefit Muscle Growth?

Posted on April 15, 2014

Protein is essential for every enzymatic process in the body, they provide structural support, play a role in immune system function and are essential for building muscle. Intense training causes muscle trauma which needs to be repaired and that's where protein comes in.

Do I Need A Night Time Protein Powder?

Posted on April 16, 2014

The building and repair of muscle tissue occurs when we are at rest. So wouldn't taking a night time protein powder maximise my muscle gains? Lets look at effects of night time protein on muscle growth and you decide for yourself.

Will Protein Powder Make Me Massive?

Posted on April 16, 2014

Protein powder is not a miracle worker. Muscle growth depends on hard work, correct timing of supplements and the particular training undertaken. Protein is essential to muscle repair and growth, but massive?

How Can I Use Protein To Lose Weight?

Posted on April 16, 2014

Many people use protein powders to maximise their muscle gains but few understand how effective the use of protein can be when trying to shed those extra kilos. Protein can definitely benefit a weight loss programme read on to see how.
Protein is essential to virtually all bodily functions so we know its intake is important. Well the same goes for building muscle we all know its worth in maximising muscle growth, but taking protein powder at the right time can make all the difference in maximising your growth potential.
Protein requirements vary for men and women and depend on how much activity we do. It stands to reason that a sedentary person would require much less protein than a bodybuilder. So how mush do you need?
One of the biggest myths about protein powders is they make you gain weight. Protein can actually do the opposite by having many positive effects to assist weight loss. One of these being the more lean muscle we have the more fat we can burn even at rest.