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  • Muscle building and fat burning


    In recent years, Arginine has been one of the most studied amino acids. Initially it garnered interest from the performance nutrition industry for its stimulating effects on the body's natural production of growth hormone. Then it became popular as an aid to metabolic nitric oxide synthesis. There is a growing body of scientific literature that indicates L-Arginine supplementation may help improve physical performance and decrease fatigue because of the vasodilating effects of increased nitric oxide production. More recent studies have indicated that Arginine may be able to enhance lean muscle mass and help reduce body fat.

  • Omega 3 - Good for your...

    One of the biggest selling supplements worldwide is fish oil containing Omega-3 fatty acids, because of a body of research indicating it is very beneficial for cardiovascular health. More recently, much research has focused on the role Omega-3 plays in cognitive function, as some Omega-3 fatty acids such as docosahexaenic acid (DHA) are key components of neural networks. A recently published study by the Oregon Health and Science University’s National Primate Research Center appears to provide additional evidence that Omega 3 is good for the brain.

  • Building muscle mass

    The goal of all bodybuilders, and many other performance athletes is to increase muscle mass. A recent article by nutritionist Stella Lucia Volpe reviewed previous research to present some of the basics for gaining muscle.

  • B. Warren signs with Gaspari


    In January it was announced that long time MuscleTech athlete Branch Warren has signed on with Gaspari Nutrition.

  • Arnold Classic Asia in 2014?

    It is hard to believe another year is upon us. For competitive bodybuilding, 2014 promises to be an exciting year, highlighted by the 50th anniversary of the Mr. Olympia in September. The competition for Olympia qualification spots will be especially intense as every pro bodybuilder on the planet would kill for a spot on the stage during that historic event.

  • Beta Alanine


    Beta Alanine (3-aminopropanoic acid) is a naturally-occurring form of the amino acid Alanine. It is considered to be one of the most significant recent advancements in muscular power output and stamina enhancement. In many ways, the effects of Beta Alanine supplementation are similar to that of creatine, although the two substances work via different pathways within the metabolism.

  • Arnold Classic 2014


    The world’s largest gathering of performance athletes competing at the same place and time is not the Olympic Games or the World Cup. It is the Arnold Classic Sports Festival held every year during the first weekend in March in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. Approximately 18,000 professional and amateur athletes will compete in 50 different events covering a wide spectrum of athletic endeavor. The event also includes a massive three day fitness expo with 700 booths and an estimated 200,000 visitors.

  • Bcaas with Taurine


    Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) get to muscle fibers faster than other forms of aminos, and this is why BCAAs are a popular post-workout muscular recovery aid. A recently published study by researchers at Tsukuba University in Japan, looked at the effect on delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS - a manifestation of muscle damage from training) of BCAAs combined with taurine. Taurine has been shown in some studies to have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects.

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