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.

I bought some creatine, put it in the cupboard and forgot about it. It’s now passed the expiry date. Is it still safe to use?

Moisture and heat are your real enemies here.

How Do You Decide Which Protein Powder To Use?

How do you decide which to buy? That’s a hard question. Let’s first answer an easier one.

I want to give up dairy but worry about where to get my calcium requirement. Have any suggestions?

So you’ve decided milk is for babies…and beer is for men, eh?

Is it ok to continue lifting with heavy weights after age 50, or would it be better to go lighter?

getting to grips of what is really at stake here…

Am I a Non-Responder to Creatine?

Creatine is not just for putting on the beef.

What are the risks of consuming expired protein powder?

It’s a question that all gym rats have asked themselves at least once…and today…we answer it!

What are the safest 2 supplements for muscle building?

As long as you exercise sensible expectations and realise that very few miracles that get you fit in a week come along in pill form…

The 5 Top Supplements For Not Growing Old Gracefully

Ok, so here’s the BodyWorks’ Hit List.

Are Supplements Necessary For BodyBuilding?

You will have more than a few know-it-alls telling you that “supplements don’t work”. It’s a bit like saying that cars don’t work. Some do, some don’t.