Should I cycle off of protein and other muscle building/workout supplements every other month to protect organs?
if you decide to completely ‘’cycle-off’’ protein for long enough, it is quite likely to result in rather dire consequences.
In circumstances like a Ketogenic Diet, an ”all-in-one” might just work out to your advantage.
What is protein powder really good for, other than to drink it?
Sometimes even I get a little fed up with the day-to-day intake of the same old whey protein, eggs and tunafish.
How do you decide which to buy? That’s a hard question. Let’s first answer an easier one.
An interesting question. To keep my answer as simple and manageable as possible, I’ll need to ignore the contribution of genetics, training history and age, along with a whole host of relevant factors, hoping that the result will contain enough meat on the bone for a decent meal (i.e. answer). Let’s think about it a little. Other than their usefulness in locomotion (movement), your muscles serve as easily accessible pools of reserve amino acids in times of food scarcity (the other source of easily accessible energy, about 1/2 kg. of stored glycogen,… Read More
It’s a question that all gym rats have asked themselves at least once…and today…we answer it!
As long as you don’t mind slurping down nature’s most intelligent and closest cephalopod relative to an amphibious human being…
Ok, so here’s the BodyWorks’ Hit List.