Supplements for your brain, an ambiguous topic. Sports supplements are fairly common now although still confusing. This post will give you a greater understanding of which are scientifically proven to help cognitive function when put under stress. Advertisements
There comes a time in every athlete’s career when they need to take a break. It might be the offseason, they might be injured or maybe they just need a rest to recover after a long stint of training. Whether you’re a professional athlete, regular gym goer or just play a lot of sport, rest is important, sometimes it may even be forced upon us through injury. Here are some tips on how to maintain muscle and fitness levels when you’re on a break.
Looking to get bigger and stronger? Jim Stoppani PhD gives you all the help and advice you’ll need when it comes to choosing the best supplements for strength and size.
Professional athletes like football (Soccer) players are exposed to large amounts of physiological and psychological stress, which can increase infection susceptibility and threaten availability for training and competition. A new journal article investigates what effect diet and lifestyle choices have on those at increased risk.
With the Olympics just around the corner and drugs/doping getting most of the ‘pre-Olympics’ headlines we had a look into the process of how dopers are caught and how the illegal substances are detected.
Everyone in the UK should consider taking vitamin D supplements to counter the lack of sunshine.
There was no significant difference in glycogen recovery when cyclists ate fast food after a workout compared to when they ingested traditional sports supplements such as Gatorade.
The Athlete’s Guide to Sports Supplements separates fact from fiction, provides quick answers to the most common questions and concerns and offers trustworthy advice on the use of 120 of today’s most popular supplements