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Published on January 29, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Scoop of Powder

There are hundreds of dietary supplements that claim to aid muscle gains or strength gains. Of these hundreds of supplements, only a select few actually provide significant muscle and strength benefits and have sufficient evidence to prove it. We will give you the results of the analysis of these hundreds of supplements, so you know where to focus your money for maximum tangible benefits.
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Published on January 28, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Intra Workout Supplement

There are a couple of different goals people have from their intra workout supplement: to improve endurance, or to improve muscle gains. In this article we will check the effectiveness of intra workout supplements on both of these goals, so read on to find out the results.
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Published on January 16, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Sleeping and Testosterone

In this article we look at the effect of good and bad quality sleep on testosterone levels. We then look at ways of improving sleep quality. Read on to see the results.
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Published on January 7, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Small Biceps

If you suspect you have low testosterone, the easiest way to know for sure is to have a blood test. From 300-600 ng/dl is average, below 300 is low. If you have no idea whether your testosterone is low, medium or high, then check yourself against the following symptoms of low testosterone.
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Published on January 3, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Usain Bolt World Record

Olympic athletes are urine tested for testosterone and epitestosterone. The testosterone limit for athletes is a ratio rather than an absolute figure, a 4:1 ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone is the limit. The human body naturally produces the two at close to a 1:1 ratio, so supplementing testosterone very close to the allowable 4:1 ratio is almost a given for Olympic athletes. This ratio applies to male athletes, while females have to stay under the low end of the average testosterone range of a male. Read on for further details.
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Published on January 2, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements

This article will outline the most effective ways to increase your testosterone naturally (without injecting it). People who inject 600mg per week of testosterone have triple the muscle gains of regular trainees. While natural methods will bring your testosterone nowhere close to levels seen in injecting trainees, you can still improve your testosterone significantly and in turn your results, through natural methods. Read on to see the most effective ways.
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Published on January 2, 2013 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
Testosterone Vial

This article studies the effects of 600mg testosterone injections weekly for 10 weeks compared to a placebo. It also studies the effect of testosterone injections on exercising and non-exercising individuals. Read on to see the amazing results.
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Published on December 5, 2012 by Daniel Brady in Supplements
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ZMA (Zinc Magnesium Aspartate) claims to improve strength, body composition and testosterone. We will look at the evidence to see which of these claims, if any, are true. Read on for the results.
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Published on November 27, 2012 by Daniel Brady in Supplements

I am happy with my $13 Smart Shake. It’s great for separating powders from water, and even 2 powders at a time, like a pre-workout and post-workout. The blender in the lid of the cup works fine, and I have had no issue cleaning it. Since I can’t think of anything that needs improvement, I guess that means it deserves a 9 or 10 out of 10. I even like the black and gold color.
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Published on November 19, 2012 by Daniel Brady in Supplements

Creatine is a very famous fitness supplement, because it works. But do you know exactly what it does and how much to take? Lets start with the benefits.
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Recommended Supplements
Micronized Creatine
Good for: Strength & Muscle Gains
Best taken: Daily
Cost per week: ~$0.70
Karbolyn High-Performance Carbs
Good for: Energy / Endurance
Best taken: Pre-Workout
Cost per week: ~$4.00
HMB Capsules
Good for: Strength & Muscle Gains
Best taken: Daily
Cost per week: ~$7.00
Protein, Creatine, Betaine Blend
Good for: Strength, Growth & Power
Best taken: Post-Workout / Daily
Cost per week: ~$10.00
Green Tea Extract
Good for: Fat Loss
Best taken: Daily
Cost per week: ~$0.70