You know creatine is beneficial for strength and power output. But you probably aren’t familiar with the lesser-known benefits and effects covered in this article.
Nitric oxide is a bodybuilding supplement staple. But do nitric oxide precursors actually enhance strength or hypertrophy performance?
Going vegetarian or vegan and worried about losing your gains? In this longer article, we dive deep into the difference between vegetarian diets and non-vegetarian diets, the difference between plant and animal protein, and what to keep in mind when trying to make gains on a vegetarian or vegan diet.
Due to the significance of systematic reviews and meta-analyses, we’ve put together a list and short take-home message of many recent systematic reviews and meta-analyses so you can cut straight to the chase of the results.
In all but one fringe case, knowing about the labeling error on foods is fun trivia, but doesn’t actually affect the utility of tracking calorie intake in the real world.
This article looks at the protein intake habits of top athletes, evidence-based protein intake advice, and advanced hypotheses for maximizing results.
I’ve been an applied protein researcher since 2012. This article outlines my recommendations for protein intake based on the last 5 years of research.
There’s finally a study examining the effects of Leangains-style intermittent fasting. We have the results and a study breakdown for you here.
A couple recent studies have shown that HMB – a legal supplement – works better than moderate-dose steroids. Is it the next wonder-supplement or just hype?
Because your body is complex and redundant, training and nutrition can be simple.