Many of us will even spend countless hours pushing ourselves in the gym 5-7 days a week consistently throughout the year. Why do we do this? What is the real motivating force that gets us pumping weights day-after-day? Maybe the upcoming competitions, for many let’s be honest we just want to look good.
Not seeing the results you’re looking for in the gym? The problem could be too much cardio and not enough weight and resistance training. Luckily this is one problem with an easy fix. [captioned_image align=”right” caption=”Both cardio and weight-lifting are incredibly important for your overall fitness.”]https://www.esupplements.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/ESupp-Article_CardioVSweights_03.png[/captioned_image] For so many
Protein. You know it’s an important part of your diet, but do you know why? Sure, protein is necessary to grow those big, strong muscles that everyone is after, but it may surprise you to learn that protein does a lot more than simply help you get shredded. [captioned_image caption=”Protein offers a
NFL athletes are the pinnacle of athleticism. Regardless of what position they play, they’ve proven they have what it takes to compete at the highest level of their sport through their dedication and training both on and off the field. [captioned_image caption=”American football demands a great deal of strength and ability.”]https://www.esupplements.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/ESupp-Article_Football-Workouts-Everyone-Should-Do_03.jpg[/captioned_image]
The barbell bench press is the unquestioned king of upper-body exercises. It’s one of the three powerlifting movements, and “How much do you bench” is the golden question for most bodybuilders. [captioned_image caption=”Although the bench press may seem like a simple movement, there is a lot more to it.”]https://www.esupplements.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/ESupp-Article_Ditch-the-Bench_03.jpg[/captioned_image]
Protein is essential for aiding muscle growth and recovery. Consequently, it is often regarded among the fitness community as the life force for gym goers who want to build impressive muscles and improve strength. Getting enough protein can also help take the edge off post-workout soreness and help the muscles repair themselves, which leads to