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      Published on 11-18-2014 10:28 PM

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      History of Strength Sport
      Before powerlifting, there were just the “odd lifts”; which included, but were ...
      Published on 11-06-2013 02:31 AM  Number of Views: 11737 

      Written by: Mike Tuchscherer & Sol Orwell

      Sol Orwell of Examine.com has put together a list of some supplements that can be useful for Iron Sport athletes like us. This information comes from their newly released Supplement Reference Guide that you can get on Examine.com. The conclusions here are based on actual science and not supplement industry ...
      Published on 02-26-2013 07:16 PM

      by Borge Fagerli

      The source of this misunderstanding that permeates both the nutrition literature and the fitness community probably originates from a study conducted in 1997 (1). Here, they compared two groups of women on a moderate diet with exercise, where one group had 70% of the carbs early in the day (AM) while the other ...
      Published on 02-26-2013 07:16 PM
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      by Borge Fagerli
      More muscle and less fat by doing the complete opposite
      If you look at a typical Western meal pattern, it’s carb-loaded cereals and breads as the first meals of the day, while later meals for supper are calorie-dense fat-heavy meals. This is also prevalent in fitness and bodybuilding culture, we eat carbs early in the day to fuel up for our workouts, then drop carbs and add fats for our later meals. Recent research has shown that not only light and dark cycles regulate our circadian and biological clock – it is also controlled by nutrients. I’m going to show you how the typical Western eating pattern can actually