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macros for bodybuilding

WHAT’S YOUR MACRO? GET YOUR MACRONUTRIENT RATIOS RIGHT FOR BODYBUILDING

What's Your Macro? Get Your Macronutrient Ratios Right for Bodybuilding You've been training hard and taking the right sports supplements all with the stated goal of gaining muscle and improving your bodybuilding physique. And you have gotten bigger, but now you desire better results. In addition, you want a life outside the gym, so you want to keep your diet uncomplicated. You've calculated how may calories you eat on a regular basis, but now it's time to level up your ...
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HOW TO GET ABS: 5 EXERCISES THAT REALLY WORK

HOW TO GET ABS: 5 EXERCISES THAT REALLY WORK You may get big, you may get strong, but do you have abs? Everybody wants them, and you can find dozens of “fool-proof” programs telling you how to get abs. Because let’s face it, once you have abs, you’re the envy of almost everyone else in or outside the gym. So, today we’re going to talk abs. In addition to sports nutrition to help you get the most out of your ...
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muscle retention benefits of BCAA supplements

BCAA SUPPLEMENTS DELIVER BENEFITS: MUSCLE RETENTION AND FAT REDUCTION

BCAA SUPPLEMENTS DELIVER BENEFITS: MUSCLE RETENTION AND FAT REDUCTION Not surprisingly, BCAA supplements recently have come back in style. And for good reason – their usefulness for gaining mass is well documented. There is more research supporting the results available from BCAA supplementation than almost every other supplement on the market, except perhaps creatine supplement. BCAA supplements can help you maintain muscle mass when you are on a calorie-deficit diet, making them especially attractive to bodybuilding competitors. While dieting down ...
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paleo and bodybuilding

PALEO: IS IT RIGHT FOR BODYBUILDING AND STRENGTH TRAINING?

Paleo: Is It Right for Bodybuilding and Strength Training? This popular “not-a-diet” is based on mimicking what our ancient ancestors ate. The premise suggests that our genes haven’t changed since the Paleolithic era, so to obtain optimal health, we should eat a pre-agriculture diet that is free from grains, potatoes, legumes, dairy products, sugar, and any processed food and consume meals that consist of meat, vegetables, and nuts. Basically, eat like a caveman – and that includes no sports nutrition ...
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