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Muscle Fibers – Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch

Muscle Fibers The body has several types of muscle or muscle fibers. The one we are talking about here is the skeletal muscle. These are the muscles connected to the skeleton and are part of the mechanical system that moves the body. These are the muscles we want to grow and get ripped. These muscles…


Fat Loss

Proteins contribute to weight loss of excess fat If you support the intake of dietary fat with higher intake of protein, you have nothing to worry about. Protein contributes to burning fat, if large amounts of carbs are not ingested. This backed up with proper weight training, will activate hormones which directly contribute to burning…


5×5 Strength-Training Program

The 5×5 Strength-Training Routine StrongLifts 5×5 is a very simple and effective muscle- and strength-training routine. It is one of the most popular muscle-building programs. This program has three workouts a week. It uses only 5 exercises. Each workout you do three exercises with a barbell, 5 sets of each, with 5 reps. Hence 5×5.…

Glucagon - fat burning hormone -

Glucagon – Important Fat-Burning Hormone

Glucagon – The Key to Burning Fat What is glucagon? Glucagon is a hormone that opens fat stores to release fat for the body’s energy needs. This is the process of burning fat for energy and loss of excess fat. Glucagon is a key player in the keto diet. Without it, there’s no keto. This…

Increase Growth Hormone

Increasing the Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone, definition and role Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a vital hormone in the human endocrine system. The endocrine system is a system of glands that secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream. The Human Growth Hormone is secreted by the pituitary gland, a small gland located at the bottom of the brain. This…


Nutrition by body-form

Water Water is one of the main components of the body and one of the most, most vital nutrients. It is used to transport the different chemicals and enables the biochemical processes in the body. Muscles are composed of more than 70% water. The body is an adaptive mechanism, so if you don’t drink enough…



Supplements are an addition to diet. They can significantly influence your progress in developing the body you want. Not all supplements are same and not all of them produce the advertised results. Supplements are help, addition, not the most important thing in increasing your muscle mass or achieving aesthetic body. The most important thing is…


What to Do if You’re Getting Ill After Exercising

Getting Ill After Exercising? If you’re getting ill after exercising or experience weakened immune system, fever, cold, allergies, general fatigue, runny nose…, heed the following. There can be more reasons but mainly it comes about through one mechanism. Attack on the immune system. Resistance training is a shock and stress for the organism. It can…


How Do Muscles Grow?

How do muscles grow? The answer is mathematically precise. Protein is the basic building block of muscles and all other tissues in the body. When you consume protein, the body breaks it down into its component parts – amino acids. Then the amino acids are carried through the blood into different parts of the body…


Progressive Resistance Training

Progressive resistance training is the gradual increase of weights in exercises. It is also called progressive overload. This enables progress in the increase of muscle mass and strength. If you want constant growth and constant increase of muscle mass and strength, here are the principles that make this possible. The hormonal response that occurs as a…