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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…

Post Workout Meal Easy To Understand Infographic
Post Workout Meal Easy To Understand Infographic

These post workout meal tips will put you on the right track to help maximize your recovery. Post workout meal has become like a religion in bodybuilding circles, usually called, “The window of opportunity.” The 2 to 4 hour period immediately following a workout session is considered a critical time to provide your body with Read More…

Lose Weight with Only 1500 Calorie Diet Infographics
Lose Weight with Only 1500 Calorie Diet Infographics

Lose Weight with Only 1500 Calorie Diet Infographics. A lot people will lose weight on a daily diet of 1,500 calories, which is the total calorie count for all the food pictured here. For example, for grains to be white all of the nutrients have been stripped out. Swap your regular sandwich for an open Read More…

Top 7 Wonder Foods that Reduce Bloating
Top 7 Wonder Foods that Reduce Bloating

  Bloating is any abnormal general swelling, or increase in diameter of the abdominal area. As a symptom, the patient feels a full and tight abdomen, which may cause abdominal pain, and sometimes accompanied by increased stomach growling, or more seriously, the total lack of it. Symptoms The most common symptom associated with bloating is Read More…

Best Muscle Building Foods and Nutrition CHART
Best Muscle Building Foods and Nutrition CHART

A high-protein diet is often recommended by bodybuilders and nutritionists to help efforts to build muscle and lose fat. Foods that build muscle should not be confused with low-carb diets such as the Atkins Diet, which are not calorie-controlled and which often contain large amounts of fat. It is suggested that bodybuilder should consume a Read More…

11 Top Food To Eat Before Working Out
11 Top Food To Eat Before Working Out

DON’T exercise on an empty stomach. For a standard hour-long workout — lifting, running, cycling — “you need to make sure you have a combination of carbs and protein” to provide a stream of energy during strenuous exercise and nutrients to repair muscle afterward, according to Manuel Villacorta, registered dietician and author of Peruvian Power Read More…