Hitting the gym? Consuming a mountain of calories? Doing everything you have been told to increase muscle mass?
DNA and genetics are often to blame. The guys at DNActiv8 have written a blog for us explaining a little bit about genetics.
It’s here, a 3 day weekend (at least for us here in the UK)! The sun is shining, summer is on its way and for this weekend only you can get 50% off some of our new and key titles in this flash sale!
Head over to humankinetics.com and use code FLASH50 at the checkout to claim your discount on the 9 titles below.
After the recent tragic events in Manchester, Salford Red Devils have come up with a tremendous offer. They are allowing everyone into their upcoming game against Catalan Dragons completely free. The guys on the gates will not be taking tickets, instead, they will be replaced with a donations box for the victims of the Manchester attacks.
We would like to encourage everyone to get down to the AJ Bell Stadium whoever you support. If you’ve never been to a Rugby League game before why not make this your first and show your respect, please be generous with your donations.
What supplements should you be taking to get bigger and stronger and when should you take nutritional supplements?
In Jim Stoppani’s Encyclopaedia of Muscle & Strength, Second Edition Chapter 27 is all about nutrition for maximising muscle mass and strength, Stoppani states that there are 10 goals to achieve this, one of which is to supplement before and after workouts.
After a fun filled weekend at BodyPower UK, we have now had a week back in the office. And we are pleased to announce that we have now done our £100 voucher prize draw. As an added bonus we have decided to continue the 20% discount until 31st May for all books. Just enter the code BP20 at the checkout when purchasing from humankinetics.com.
The injury risks of youth rugby have received much attention in recent years, in particular, the risks of concussion have been widely discussed. In a bid to reduce injury in sport the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the University of Bath have conducted The School Injury Prevention Study.