Articles - Mind And Muscle

Emily Beers – Coach Vancouver, Canada We love to rip on stereotypes, but sometimes they’re quite accurate. In 10 years of being a fitness coach at MadLab School of Fitness in Vancouver, the stereotype that says women are scared to bulk up and men want to gain muscle mass has proven itself to be true […]

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If you believe in doing cardio training on an empty stomach as a way of losing fat, then you’ll be interested in the human study that sports scientists at Charles Darwin University in Australia published in Nutrients. According to their study, the amount of fat that you burn during and after a short interval training […]

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The often embraced ‘cheat day’ is a common theme in many diets and the popular ketogenic diet is no exception. But new research from UBC’s Okanagan campus says that just one 75-gram dose of glucose — the equivalent a large bottle of soda or a plate of fries — while on a high fat, low […]

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It is not easy to stay slim after losing a lot of pounds of excess fat. American researchers, affiliated with the de University of Colorado Anschutz, studied a group of former fat guys who had managed to do this – and discovered that the ex-fatties had started to exercise more. More physical activity might be […]

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SCFAs are produced when microorganisms that live in the gut ferment dietary fibers. According to fundamental research, short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) protect muscles against the aging process, we wrote a few months ago. If this fundamental research is correct, then people over 50 who eat a lot of dietary fiber should be stronger than their peers in […]

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A few days ago, we published a post about the aromatase inhibiting properties of methoxyisoflavone. An attentive reader sent us a study from a distant past. From 2001, to be precise. In that study, the same methoxyisoflavone emerged as a body-recompositioning drug. The compound reduced the fat mass of recreational bodybuilders, while increasing their fat-free mass. Study […]

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Some supplements that should raise testosterone levels contain the synthetic isoflavones methoxyisoflavone and ipriflavone. Those products might work, suggests an in vitro study that Italian doping hunters, associated with the Federazione Medico Sportiva Italiana, published in Drug Testing & Analysis. According to the Italians, both methoxyisoflavone and ipriflavone inhibit aromatase, the enzyme that converts testosterone […]

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Strength athletes who want to develop the muscles of their lower body muscles optimally, don’t have to choose between the barbell-deadlift and the hip-thrust. Instead, they may consider to give both exercises a place in their training routines. According to a Norwegian study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, the barbell-deadlift is […]

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