The benefits and drawbacks of cheat days, a fantastic resource for supplement information, why a high fat diet may be good for you, the effects of fasting on muscle gain, and much more.
Below is a list of my fitness/health/nutrition books I consider as essential reading.
Some quick and easy (and healthy) recipes, Greek yogurt, a book recommendation, the truth about carbs, and much more.
Supplementation is an important part of any exercise/nutrition/fitness program. Proper supplementation can help you gain strength, size, speed, or muscle (depending on your goal), and it can also help you cut fat, too.
However, if not done right, supplementation is a waste of money (at the very least), and also potentially dangerous and damaging to the body.
Read on to find out which supplements you should take, which ones you should avoid, and which ones are a waste of money.
If you like to read fitness/nutrition magazines or websites, chances are you have come across the term ‘intermittent fasting.’ What does it mean, exactly? Can it really help you lose fat while maintaining muscle? Is fasting even safe?
Read on for more.
Tips to eating healthy while travelling, more reasons to drink coffee, how to fuel your brain and your muscles, and much more.
Being fit isn’t the only prerequisite to being a good hockey player. Over the years, many players have had long and productive careers while not working out or eating as well as they potentially could have.
And there have also been gym rats and fitness fanatics who haven’t been able to stick in the NHL. However, with the premium that is placed on fitness, strength, nutrition, and recovery in today’s professional sports world, players that don’t take great care of themselves are falling behind. NHL players need to work extremely hard both in the summer and during the season to not only stay in shape, but to keep up with the rest of the league.
Reporting to camp “in the best shape ever” is something that every player needs to do every single year.