If you want bigger muscles then you will need to increase your calories, or ‘bulk‘.
For many people bulking is seen as a good excuse to eat loads and the inevitable increase in body fat is just something that comes with it.
But when done right, you can increase calories without getting too fat (though some body fat gain is likely) and use those extra calories to increase the size of your muscles. Continue reading →
Elevation masks, also known as Altitude masks are designed to simulate the effects of training at altitude. The reason for this is that training at altitude can improve your aerobic performance, and as a result many endurance athletes train at altitude or sleep in hypoxic tents. Continue reading →
Post-workout nutrition normally focuses on what protein to have and when it is best to have it.
This is because of the importance of muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and in fairness consuming protein is the most important thing to do after a workout. But there is another macronutrient that is required post-workout and that macro is carbohydrates. Continue reading →
Cutting is a crucial part of bodybuilding which a lot of lifters get wrong. They might get the results that they were looking for but it may take a lot longer than it should, and the lifter might suffer more than they need to. Continue reading →