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Rest, Recovery & Nutrition: How Muscle Growth Works

You probably know that muscle growth doesn’t happen while you train, it happens while you rest. Hard weight training actually has the opposite effec...

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The Prof Blog: ANABOLIC SLEEP

It’s a badge of honour to brag about how little sleep you can survive on. However chronic sleep deprivation can lead to many health issues. If you a...

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The Truth About Carbs

When you’re training to build size, strength and maximum muscle mass, carbs are an essential part of your nutritional plan. Quite simply, it’s ver...

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Is Sugar Bad For Bodybuilders?

Well, is it? - We all know that too much sugar is bad for us, and low carb diets are all the rage these days. So does this mean I should be reducing a...

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Grass Fed Vs Grain Fed – The Better Whey?

Grass fed Vs Grain fed? Many of you may have heard this question raised in regards to beef, but how many of you have taken this into account when it c...

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Stress, Muscle, and Getting Sick – How Glutamine Can Help

Don’t let the common cold steal away your gains… We're here to talk about Glutamine depletion and the importance of supplementation! WHAT IS GLU...

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Creatine: What It Is, What It Does, and How it Works

Creatine** is an organic compound made up of the three amino acids, glycine, arginine and methionine. The body produces it but it is also found in pro...

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Carb Basics: 6 Simple Rules On Carbohydrate Intake

For years now, numerous fad diets have led us to believe that Carbohydrates are the root of all evil. I’m sure you’ve all heard a few pearls of wi...

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Eating For Gains – A Guide To Pre and Post Workout Nutrition

When you first start in the gym you can get away with eating the wrong foods, eating them at the wrong time and you’ll still get some good gains. As...

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Top 10 Best Ways to Naturally Increase Testosterone Levels

If there is one substance that could be considered the “Holy Grail" of muscle growth, testosterone would be it. Quite simply, testosterone is the mo...

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