Workout regimens come and go as fads, changing in popularity every year. The ancient practice of yoga, however, is just as popular now as it was years ago. The benefits of yoga reach far beyond improving flexibility and can significantly improve performance for the better.
Whether it’s an energy or espresso shot, a steaming cup of coffee, or the recently popular cold brew, they all have one thing in common – the right amount of caffeine to get individuals up and running for the day.
The nitrate-rich blend of fruits and vegetables found in AMPED™ NOx can help you power through any workout. Dr. Eric Gumpricht discusses how the benefits of AMPED NOx go beyond just athletic performance to support cardiovascular health, brain function, and general well-being. Dr. Gumpricht explains how the fruit and vegetable nitrates and polyphenols work together to produce nitric oxide.
If you’re an athlete, or someone who lifts weights, the amount of protein your body can use may be much more than the average daily requirements, a recent study reports (1).
In collaboration with Isagenix scientists, Arizona State University researchers have found that AMPED NOx increases nitric oxide bioavailability in healthy men.
Whether you’re driven by performance or trying to lose weight, building lean muscle mass can be a challenge. Alex Mohr simplifies the science behind muscle growth and explains what the most effective strategies are to get results in the gym. He explains how body size and workout intensity play a huge role in how much protein you need and how readily it’s absorbed.
Ever have trouble falling asleep on time after a hard workout? That lack of sleep – even for a single night – could slow your recovery from athletic training, a new study reports (1).
Your exercise playlist doesn’t just make training more enjoyable. It can also improve the quality of your workouts. Recent research has shown that the use of music during exercise can yield long-term benefits through greater frequency and quality of training sessions (1).
Haven’t been noticing any results from your exercise routine? New research suggests that you might just not be working out hard or often enough. While it’s true that some people don’t respond as well to exercise as compared to others, a recent study confirms that there’s really no such thing as an exercise “nonresponder.”
If you’ve ever seen cyclists chowing down on pastries or runners inhaling spaghetti, then you’ve noticed their preference for carbs. Sports nutrition has centered on carb-rich diets for decades with the intention of maximizing energy stores.