Simple Dietary Fixes for Low T by Erick Avila | 06/16/15 Here’s what you need to know… Low-calorie diets, like those athletes use to make weight, can lower testosterone levels. Environmental pollutants, like direct or indirect cigarette smoke, can also play havoc with your testosterone. Studies have shown that minor nutritional interventions can boost testosterone … More Boost Testosterone with Food
I like to enjoy my pancakes just like cookies; I make a ton, freeze them, and when ready- I pop them in the toaster and eat as is 🙂 Here’s 3 of my latest favs from my Breakfast Ebook! Oatmeal Banana Protein Pancake Makes 8 4″ little cakes 1 cake = Cal 118 Pro 8 Carb … More 3 Protein Pancakes
We will call this girl Germany for the sake of my story-telling and her wanting to remain nameless 😉 – and because she’s from Germany- how cool! Sooo rewind 3 weeks ago, Germany and I decide that I’m going to prep. her for a Figure show, after her bikini show. A natural progression for a … More Carbs in Competition Prep.
So a while back I wrote a blog on ATP, our bodies fuel for energy (here), and today I want to blog about what supplement you can take to give it a boost! So, here’s a little re-cap on ATP, which is energy stored in our muscles, once we start to lift: ATP-PCr is the … More ATP & Creatine
What is Bulletproof Coffee? In a nutshell, what makes this coffee “bulletproof” is putting butter in your morning cup of joe. Yes, I just said butter. In a cup of coffee. Putting butter in coffee recently became trendy when Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Asprey coined the term Bulletproof Coffee® after a trip to Tibet where he … More Bulletproof Coffee = Butter In Your Coffee
So the dust has settled from Hannah’s Figure Competition; an off-season plus a 20 week prep. and the day was amongst us last Sunday. I don’t live in Maine (United States), so I streamed the show from my living room for the entire day, as if I was there. It was a LONG day! Hannah and … More We Did Alright! 🥇
Is Your Thyroid Happy? When the thyroid is happy and functioning normally, it determines how your body uses energy (i.e., controls your metabolism), makes proteins affecting growth and development, plays a part in glucose consumption, helps regulate levels of blood lipids, and even controls body temperature. When you’re not giving it what it needs – … More Fix Your Metabolism w Table Salt
Are you training for bodybuilding purposes or for powerlifting purposes? Knowing the answer will make a world of difference in how you squat. Or at least it ought to. Here are the foundational differences between squatting for powerlifting purposes (increasing your 1 RM) and squatting for bodybuilding purposes (increasing muscle mass). Reps. Mix lower reps … More How Should YOU Squat?