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Testosterone is the key male sex hormone, but is also important for women. It plays a crucial role in muscle growth, fat loss, and optimal health (1Trusted Source). However, testosterone levels in men are now lower than ever, partly caused by the unhealthy modern-day lifestyle (2Trusted Source, 3Trusted Source). Testosterone boosters are natural supplements that can...
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Protein is a macronutrient necessary for the proper growth and function of the human body. A deficiency in protein leads to muscle atrophy and impaired functioning of the human body in general. (1) How much protein do you need? The recommended daily intake of protein is between 46-63 grams for most adults, with pregnant and...
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Bodybuilding has gotten out of control with the sheer notion that “bigger is better” when it comes to the most impressive physiques of bodybuilders. Back in the day, it wasn’t about size. It was about aesthetics and proportionality. There wasn’t nearly as a reliance on mass to win bodybuilding titles and the drugs to do so....
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It’s still a pretty good read, but if you don’t have the time or inclination to wade through two pretty long articles today, I’ll save you some effort. Here was the conclusion: “At this point you may be saying, ‘Holy crap, dude. You’re basically saying that there’s no good way to predict how much I’ll...
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Abstract Context: Fatigue and underperformance are common in athletes. Understanding overtraining syndrome (OTS) is helpful in the evaluation, management, and education of athletes. Evidence Acquisition: Relevant articles in English were searched with OVID (1948-2011) and PubMed using the following keywords: overtraining syndrome, overtraining, overreaching, unexplained underperformance, staleness, pathophysiology, management, treatment, evaluation. Bibliographies were reviewed for additional resources. Results: OTS appears to be a maladapted...
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Anabolism and catabolism are the sets of metabolic processes, which are collectively identified as metabolism. Anabolism is the set of reactions involved in the synthesis of complex molecules, starting from the small molecules inside the body. Catabolism is the set of reactions involved in the breakdown of complex molecules like proteins, glycogen, and triglycerides into...
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What you need to know about supplements There’s an alarming increase in the number of supplements resulting in harmful side-effects (medical problems and fatalities) as well as positive drug tests in youth and adults alike (locally and globally). Proper scientific analysis of products often reveal the extent of false claims of efficacy, presence of harmful...
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Yoga: A Beginner’s Guide to Practice, Meditation, and the Sutras New to yoga? We’ve got answers for you. These 10 common questions for yoga beginners should get you on your way to a deeper practice and mindful meditation. What Is Yoga? The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or bind, and...
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10 Ways to Lose Weight Without Dieting Sure, you can lose weight quickly. There are plenty of fad diets that work to shed pounds rapidly — while leaving you feeling hungry and deprived. But what good is losing weight only to regain it? To keep pounds off permanently, it’s best to lose weight slowly. And...
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