BCAAs have come under fire in recent years with many questioning their usefulness. What factors need to be considered to make these claims?
Have you ever gone “beast mode” in the gym? Let’s think about that for a second – how beastly are you? Let’s compare ourselves to the animal kingdom and see how we stack up.
Broscience is a term we often hear thrown around, but what does it actually mean? How is a broscientist different from an evidence-based practitioner? Let’s discuss.
Many often advocate for using a full range of motion when lifting weights. How important is this? Does science agree with this advice, or is there more to it?
Most folks know that just about any diet plan can support your goals. However, that sentiment is based on diet adherence; how can you improve diet adherence?
Many folks ask the age-old question – is a bigger muscle a stronger muscle? In this piece we dive into the nitty gritty science of getting stronger in order to find out.
The calves consistently seem to be the most stubborn muscle group when it comes to muscle growth. What’s the best way to go about training the calves?
Coaches and trainers often preach the importance of the lowering portion of resistance training exercises. Is this really the most important part of a lift?
How different are men and women when considering exercise performance and training adaptations? Let’s dive into what the science says about this topic.
Writing a solid training program is one of the most nuanced tasks in the fitness field. How can you go about creating your own program? We’ll get into the nitty gritty in this series.