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Refeed days, the thing every competitor wants to hear from their coach during contest prep. You can go out to eat with your friends, have some extra carbs during the day, and you get a sick pump. How do you maximize the benefits of your refeed days? This is a complex idea that can be...
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The infamous preworkout pump is something desired by all bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts during their workout. The pump can be attributed to many different things including the what you ate before you trained, the supplements you take, and what your training looks like. We are going to discuss all of these factors in detail so...
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You may be wondering why this article is titled “Mushroom Pump.” Mushroom is in reference to one of the ingredients found in the MYOPRE™ formula; not the psychedelic mushrooms your grandparents tried at Woodstock. MYOPRE™ contains a specialty ingredient called PEAK02®, which is a patented blend of ergogenic (performance enhancing) mushrooms. We included PEAK02® in...
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Caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world.  Many people consume caffeine daily in the form of coffee, tea, energy drinks, and pre-workout.  Caffeine is used because it has been shown to increase power, strength, time to exhaustion, and increase pain tolerance.  In fact, caffeine is so effective it has been shown to...
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As of right now we don’t really know.  So far all we have are theories of how BFR causes muscle growth.  One theory is the accumulation of metabolic stress.  Metabolic stress is the increase by-products from muscle contraction.  Typically, a training protocol using at least 12 reps will cause an increase in metabolic stress.  Pair...
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Blood flow restriction training (BFR) is a type of training protocol that can help increase muscle mass.  To perform BFR you must use a tourniquet or band to restrict blood flow during the exercise.  There are a few important things to consider.  First, BFR has been shown to work best when used on an isolation...
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This answer depends on your goals.  If you are trying to gain muscle and strength, then I would consume carbs intra-workout.  This is because if you are training hard and lifting heavy you need lots of fuel to get through your workout.  Having carbs during your workout is even more important if you are training...
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The answer is yes because single joint exercises can help prevent injury and maximize performance.  First let’s talk about how incorporating a single joint exercise into your training can prevent injuries.  In general, there are two different classifications of exercise: single joint and multi-joint.    A single joint exercise is an exercise that targets only...
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Most endurance athletes and trainees consume carbohydrates before endurance training.  But what happens if I consume a protein shake before my 10-mile run?  Well, some research has investigated this and found protein before an endurance event may decrease muscle soreness and help the body absorb more carbohydrates before a race.  Specifically, if you consume less...
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