Here's some info you may want to read to help you build muscle mass. Lifestyle, workout programs, calorie intake and rest are all factors to watch closely.
Full body workout comes in handy when you want to save time and still train all muscle groups. With 3 sessions a week you can keep building muscle!
Consuming enough protein is one of the requirements to build muscle, but consuming too much can develop some of the known whey protein side effects.
A normal person requires something like 0.5 grams of protein per pound of his or her body weight. [...]
First things first, I am not aware of any Tribulus side effects even though I've been using it several times and I've been on a few cycles.
It's a natural product to increase libido and testosterone, but some worry about possible side effects, so I've investigated a little bit to find out the truth. [...]
I recently came across an article that talked about whey protein baldness related problems, especially when making use of whey protein isolate instead of concentrate.
I have to admit that it sounded quite convincing...
You know, you read about some apparently popular universities doing all these kinds of researches, claiming that they conducted tests on hundreds of people taking whey protein isolate supplements and discovering that a certain high percentage of them experienced whey protein baldness. [...]
When it comes to testosterone boosters I bet you start to be confused.First things first, if you decided to try some boosters you must have one of these three reasons:
- You have been diagnosed with Low T
- You have the symptoms of Low T
- You just want more...let's say...energy
To understand why zinc and testosterone are highly related I want to recall a lesson from a popular italian doctor, which is also an ex professional bodybuilder that used to know and train with our heroes Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger back in the '80s. [...]
Supplements to lose fat are not the first thing you consider when you start a plan to lose weight.
We said that the initial approach should always be a correct diet (low carbs, low sugars, low bad fats) and some good cardio exercises combined with a proper weight lifting program. [...]
I know many people that use a weight gainer to help gain some weight.
People like me, with a fast metabolism, that burn calories like crazy!
And people like....me, that just can't seat at the table and eat big portions all the time.
Man...I've tried to eat more and more, trying to force myself to get used to it hoping that one day it'll be natural to just "crave" more food and eat more without having to "fight" my stomach. [...]