Tag: muscle building

D-Aspartic Acid: Does It Boost Testosterone?

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Testosterone is a well-known hormone that’s responsible for muscle building and libido. Because of this, people of all ages are looking for natural ways to increase it. One popular method is to take the amino acid D-aspartic acid as in a dietary supplement. In this video we’re looking at what it is and whether it increases testosterone. Further reading: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/d-aspartic-acid-and-testosterone Follow Authority Nutrition: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorityNutrition/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthNutrition Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Authoritynutrition/posts Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/authynutrition/ —- Don’t forget ….  Read More

Light Weights Build Muscle!

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http://MrAmericaHeart.com Light Weights Build Muscle! 2013 Mr America John Heart discusses the use of light weights and higher repetitions for building muscle. Science has proven that both heavy/low rep training AND lighter/high rep training produce EQUAL amounts of muscle mass (hypertrophy) when performed in similar style! AND……there’s one common denominator, necessary for triggering that muscle growth! John thanks and credits long-time bodybuilder Jerry Brainum for his great research in finding the proof on this subject. ….  Read More

WHERE TO RESEARCH SUPPLEMENTS – THE SCIENCE – DO THEY WORK

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There are plenty of people who will give you their opinion on a supplement. You can always search Google or Bing. But there is a better place to go to see actual science about supplements. It’s free, and easy to use as well. www.WebMD.com can be helpful, but I find it is more for common uses for supplements, like allergies, over-all health, ect… The Jerry Brainum Applied Metabolics Newsletter is a great resource, but you ….  Read More

Ketogenic Dieting in Bodybuilding for Fat Loss and Muscle Gain?

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http://tinyurl.com/MI40University – click to enroll (FREE) and get a FULL list of ALL the other #MI40University muscle building videos. Ketogenic Dieting in Bodybuilding for Fat Loss and Muscle Gain? Ketogenic Diet, Fat Loss, Gain Muscle, How to Ketogenic Diet. If you are looking for bodybuilding guidance, videos, workouts, the proper training split to build muscle, see how IFBB PRO Ben Pakulski builds big muscle through the best online program here www.mi40nation.com – For Students Of ….  Read More

Is Chromium The Muscle Building Mineral You’re Missing Out On? | Straight Facts

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While it’s often assumed that all pro bodybuilders use steroids to get freakishly massive – that is far from the case. While it would be foolish to say steroids doesn’t exist in the sport, there are still many professionals who want to stay drug free. Because of this, athletes are constantly on the search for natural ways to obtain the anabolic effect. One controversial nutrient that studies claim could provide anabolic growth is chromium… but ….  Read More

Caffeine Effects on Cortisol and Burning Fat

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Jerry Brainum answers weight-training and nutrition questions: I’ve heard the caffeine can raise cortisol, which burns muscle, and it also constricts blood vessels. I need the energy it provides before I train. Should I still use it preworkout? I’ve also heard that it helps burn fat. Is that true? For more info: www.jerrybrainum.com