Unless you’ve been spending your free time studying neuroscience – and I’m going to go out on a limb and imagine that you haven’t – then you probably aren’t familiar with the acronym BDNF.
In the body building world, dedication is everything. That is because any lifter worth his or her salt knows that it takes continuous hard work to remain steadfast to a particular low-carb diet, to work through some of the pain, to show up at the gym whenever your schedule dictates, and to continually work on form, breathing technique, and concentration.
Being new to the bodybuilding community can be quite daunting. There is so much information out there to read and absorb. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming. Here are some helpful and informative tips, and reminders that will help you bulk up fast, without gaining fat.
When you’re training to lose weight or build muscle mass, every piece of food you consume counts. It goes way beyond the number of calories eaten.
Fitness is big business. The International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) puts the number at over $21B.
Throughout my wife’s career as a figure competitor, she managed to walk away from each competition self-assured and self-confident regardless of her placing
When I first began competing I would typically diet anywhere from 17 to 25 weeks. Back in those days there weren’t many coaches or so called “gurus”
There’s a reason every gym has first aid supplies. Some even have a defibrillation machine on site.
Many people know the hardest part of addiction is acknowledging that you have a problem. A very close second is the initial recovery.
It’s easy to get excited when you go into the gym, your mind still fueled up by the images of herculean men pushing through brutal workouts in a video you watched on your smartphone.