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You Are Gaining 56 Pounds a Year Because Your Sleep Sucks!

When looking for something to help you achieve your potential I encourage you to do your due diligence. Look for products like Stasis, Our own all natural sleep aid that will help your body produce the factors and hormones it needs to get deep, restorative sleep. Look for products that are upfront about the ingredients and doses. Look for products that can help you reach the point that your sleep is recovered, and can then be used on an as-needed basis.  

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Smoke Versus The competition of pre-workouts

What are you doing to get that extra bounce in your step? The use of pre-workouts to improve performance and augment training adaptations is becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s world of sports and fitness.   But most are labeled a 'Propriety blend' Where there is no specific amounts of key ingredients that are labeled. So...You honestly do not know what you are getting or how much of the key ingredient you are getting for LONG term effects. Here is what is in a pre-workout and what most have not enough of. Caffeine- Caffeine appears to be the primary ingredient responsible for several of the acute ergogenic effects of MIPS, as it is rapidly absorbed and typically peaks in the bloodstream...

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What Does Supplementing with β-Alanine Do?

Beta-Alanine is one of the most popular workout supplements out there.  Most people know it as the ingredient that gives them "the tingles", but there is a lot more to beta-alanine than that.  As a precursor to Carnosine, beta-alanine does amazing things.

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What You Need To Know About Creatine

Let’s Talk Creatine If you have spent any time in the fitness industry you have heard about the benefits of supplementing with creatine.  That’s for good reason, given that creatine supplementation has been scientifically studied for over 100 years, and the research indicates that it delivers powerful results.  However, despite all the scientific and anecdotal evidence available, there is a ton of misinformation and fear associated with creatine. Here is a brief guide to creatine supplementation that will clear up some of the most common misconceptions. What is Creatine? Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid that occurs naturally in the human body.  It is primarily responsible for facilitating ATP recycling in the brain and muscles.  Its secondary responsibility is to...

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