Can you get lean and build muscle at the same time? Some folks say no.
Struggling to shed body fat and lean out? You might need to focus more on your nutrition, specifically your protein intake.
The new year is here, and you know what that means. It’s time to start working toward new health and fitness goals.
When they think about supplements for weight loss, most people think of fat burners or caffeine-containing pre-workout products. But what about Protein?
Approximately 54 percent of adults in the United States want to lose weight. As you know, though, there’s a big difference between shedding a few pounds for health reasons and losing weight so you can be ready to step on stage for a bodybuilding competition.
Summer’s right around the corner and lots of us are looking to drop a little weight before we hit the beach or swimming pool. Could you use some extra help reaching your fat loss goals?
Most gym-goers are aware of the supplements that can help them build muscle and increase strength (creatine, protein, etc.). When it comes to supplements meant for leaning out and boosting the metabolism, though, there’s a lot of confusion regarding what works and what doesn’t.
Carbohydrates, proteins and fat. In short, by counting our protein and carbs (4 calories per gram) and our fat (9 calories per gram) we are essentially also tracking our calories. Why not just count calories? If we aren’t at least aware of the general ratios of macronutrients in our daily intake, it’s going to be a whole hell of a lot harder to preserve lean body mass during a cut.