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Olympic Weightlifting: Lifting Fast And Lifting Big

  With absolute strength being the physiological limit that defines the ability for an athlete to

High-intensity exercise boosts memory, new research suggests

  The health advantages of high-intensity exercise are widely known but new research from McMaster University

Is more protein better for muscle recovery? Not necessarily, researchers reveal

  Researchers in the UK compared high versus moderate protein intake on recovery after strength training

Leucine, Whey Concentrate, Hydro Whey or Soy – How do They Affect Beginner’s Early Muscle & Strength Gains?

  The headline of today’s SuppVersity article summarizes the research question of a recently published doctoral

Increased taxes on high fat and high sugar foods will help improve children’s diets

  Increasing the tax on high fat and high sugar foods will help improve children’s diets.

From Hero to Zero – HMB Doesn’t Work at All… in Athletes and Trained Individuals, Latest Meta-Analysis Suggests

  If we go by the results of this latest meta-analysis, athletes and experienced gymrats don’t