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10 MASSBUILDER High Calorie Foods For Skinny Guys
10 MASSBUILDER High Calorie Foods For Skinny Guys

If your main goal is to get bigger and stronger, then it really doesn’t matter how much effort you’re putting in at the gym, which specific types of foods you’re eating, which supplements you’re taking. If your daily calorie intake is not landing in the proper range, you’re just not going to make any real Read More…

‘Diet’ Foods That Aren’t Really ‘Diet Foods’
‘Diet’ Foods That Aren’t Really ‘Diet Foods’

When we think of low-calorie cereal bars or diet soda, we think that they are a healthier alternative for people looking to lose weight or are watching their daily calorie count. While we know these are not foods that are going to help us build muscle or bulk up, we are given the impression by Read More…

FAT MAN’S 10 STEPS FOR WEIGHT LOSS THAT WORKS
FAT MAN’S 10 STEPS FOR WEIGHT LOSS THAT WORKS

    To lose weight is one thing but to continually lose weight week in and week out is a different feeling. Benjamin Wachenje is no stranger to losing weight, he used to be quite large. In the course of 18 months he was able to lose 56 pounds. Benjamin also discuss how to manage Read More…

WORKOUT FOOD Infographic – What to eat and when
WORKOUT FOOD Infographic – What to eat and when

Taking part in some kind of fitness regime is obviously good for the body but it’s also good for the mind too and helps to keep things in focus. Our body requires fuel in the form of food and liquids to exist but it definitely needs a specific diet if you are serious about your Read More…

What 300 Calories of Different Foods Looks Like Graphic
What 300 Calories of Different Foods Looks Like Graphic

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average adults needs to consume about 2000 – 2500 Calories to maintain their weight. In other words, you have a fixed amount of Calories to “spend” each day. Counting calories can be overwhelming, if you’re trying to lose weight. Unless you’re weighing or measuring the food you Read More…

The Amazing Benefits of Water You Probably Didn’t Know
The Amazing Benefits of Water You Probably Didn’t Know

Many people don’t realize the importance of drinking enough water each day. So here’s a good infographics from master-of-health-administration.com to help you understand it better. Water helps you build muscle in addition to sustaining you through your workout. Our muscles are about 75 percent water which acts as an electrolyte in our body and water Read More…

The Diet of Champions Infographic
The Diet of Champions Infographic

Did you know some athletes are eating over 100% more than their recommended calorie intake, and over 200% more of protein? Neither did I until we did the research. In order for athletes to perform at the top of their game, they must train appropriately. With that, they must also consume a large amount of Read More…

$70 A Week Low Budget Bodybuilding Bulking Diet Plan
$70 A Week Low Budget Bodybuilding Bulking Diet Plan

    Inspired by brother brand Animal’s “Big on a Budget” series, Universal presents the new “Size for Seventy” series. The inaugural episode features the French-Canadian IFBB Pro and Universal athlete Antoine Vaillant who is given $70 to buy a week’s worth of bodybuilding food at supermarket in New Jersey.Which equals $10 a day, you Read More…

6 Natural Ways to Increase Testosterone Levels For Bodybuilders
6 Natural Ways to Increase Testosterone Levels For Bodybuilders

  What are the best foods out there that will naturally increase testosterone level? Well, the truth is that optimizing your natural testosterone levels is not going to be determined by whether you specifically eat oysters, nuts, or avocado. Instead it’s going to be determined by your overall diet and your overall lifestyle as a Read More…

Zero Calorie Foods that Help You Lose Weight While Satisfying Hunger
Zero Calorie Foods that Help You Lose Weight While Satisfying Hunger

Diets based on negative-calorie food do not work as advertised on the internet but can lead to weight loss because they satisfy hunger by filling the stomach with food that is not calorically dense. Calories is an approximately amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celcius. Read More…