Men want to be physically strong, carry a good amount of muscle, and feel energetic and vital. The hormone testosterone contributes a great deal to possessing these attributes. Unfortunately, testosterone levels often peak in a male’s early 20s, begin making a steady decline in their 30s, and plummet after the age of 40.
Guys and girls; pull up a chair and take a seat. I’m about to tell you about THE sports supplement that has been the subject of more studies than probably any other sports supplement in the history OF sports supplements.
Scrolling through the online store or browsing the supplement aisle, the options of products seem endless. If you are a research nerd like me, it takes forever to choose as I don’t want to make the wrong one. Or maybe you are whimsical and grab the first thing that has some flashy packaging. Either way I want to simplify this process for you, especially for picking the right pre-workout.
What if I told you there’s a supplement that has been studied hundreds of times? One that has been proven effective for building muscle, improving performance, speeding muscle growth, and even helping your brain? Sounds too good to be true, I know. But yet, it does exist!
Creatine is such an old supplement it can get glazed over and forgotten about. Personally, I took creatine for the first time in 6th grade. The joke was “look at John’s biceps, it's only a big ball of creatine and water”. At the time it pissed me off like I wasn’t working hard and was cheating, but looking back now it’s pretty darn funny.
In recent years I’ve noticed more and more women interested in gaining muscle. Some with the intention to compete in physique sports and others because they feel a sense of empowerment or want to improve the way they feel in their bodies. Whatever your reason for gaining muscle, I think it’s awesome. No matter your reasoning, you’re here because you’re most likely looking for information to help you build muscle. In this article, I outline my most important top five muscle gain tips for women. So hop on board the gain train to learn more!
We'll tell you what—having crappy joint health and lubrication is going to suck when you're trying to get anything done physically, let alone train at the highest of levels. Get Animal Flex in your program...for real. This will keep you moving and performing how you should. Facts.
There are ways to make gains and continue to progress in bodybuilding as you age. Albeit, you may need to make adjustments and work around ailments due to age but you can still do it. How? John Jewett throws some pointers here.