Diet & Nutrition

Diet & Nutrition

Breast Workout

Breasts area is one of the most problematic zones in female body. Many women are mistaken by believing that weight trainings boost the breasts size (i.e. mammary glands). Unfortunately this is not so since mammary glands mainly consist of fatty tissues. On the other hand, you can develop chest muscles[…]

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Nutritional Tips for Bodybuilders

Your nutrition should be one of your major priorities when your goal is to raise your muscular development. What you eat and how you eat has greater importance than the training scheme itself. Gym takes about an hour of your life a day, while the other 23 hours have much[…]

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Good Muscle Definition Means Bad Sight

As you train in the gym, keep in mind that excessive exercise can lead to a considerable loss of sight. And in some cases, it may cause complete blindness. Brazilian eye specialists have recently discovered the relationship between intensive workouts and loss of sight. They measured the eye pressure in[…]

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Myths about Sports Food

Most people believe sports food is unhealthy. These beliefs could be explained by different reasons which, however, have little to do with the facts. Here are top 4 myths about sports food: sports food is unnatural, it overburdens the digestive system, it can be replaced with natural foods, it is[…]

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Cherry to Treat Muscle Pain

Intensive workouts often lead to muscle pain, or myalgia. It can make one exercise less or less intensive and some – even give up exercising. It’s not easy to make a bodybuilder give up working out in the gym,but anyway myalgia makes this process quite uncomfortable. There are different ways[…]

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Coffee Takes off the Muscle Weariness

Australian scientists believe that coffee helps restore muscles after physical activity. The scientists conducted an experiment on professional cyclists and discovered a complex mechanism which restores the muscles much faster due to the coffee effect. The results of the study apply to other sports as well, particularly to bodybuilding. As[…]

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Sleep and Bodybuilding

Sleep is one of the most valuable factors in bodybuilding. Overtraining is simply a lack of rest, said Joe Weider long time ago before we were even born. Rest, sleep in particular, is essential for successful muscle building. While you are sleeping the cortisol level stabilizes and the growth hormone[…]

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Energy Drinks in Bodybuilding

Sport drinks get more and more popular those days. The market is filled with different drinks of this kind, while each manufacturer announces his product to be the best one out there. It does not matter what brand you prefer to drink, what matters is how you drink it. Energy[…]

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Myths about Female Bodybuilding

Many women believe in fallacies about gym workouts, such as the following one: once a woman starts doing some weight lifting, she immediately turns into a competition standard bodybuilder. Such image scares the females away from the gyms long before they get a chance to experience the beauty of those[…]

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