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Last Repetition
13Apr

Last Repetition

The Last Rep: the 10% of your workout that makes 90% of the difference It was Arnold Schwarzenegger who first coined the concept that the last rep you do is when you make all the gains. Although scientifically speaking this isn't 100% true, it still hits the nail on the mark. The vast majority of your gains come from really

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Is Gluten Free a healthier way to eat?
30Sep

Is Gluten Free a healthier way to eat?

Gluten free diets started as a vital treatment for diagnosed Coeliac disease and gluten intolerance/sensitivity, and quickly became a trend diet amongst many health conscious people in the belief that gluten free is a healthier way to eat. But is it? Gluten is a type of protein found in wheat, rye, barley and some other grains. Trace amounts are also

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A Healthy Gut is Key to a Healthy Body
09Sep

A Healthy Gut is Key to a Healthy Body

Gut health has been a hot topic of discussion for quite some time now, and for good reason. Our digestive system digests and absorbs the nutrients that are vital for maintaining the health of our whole body and contains hundreds of trillions of microorganisms, known as our gut microbiome (i.e. the living bacteria in our digestive tract). Experts have only

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Post workout foods you should eat for recovery
13Apr

Post workout foods you should eat for recovery

Post workout foods you should eat for recovery After an intense workout, it’s inevitable that your body will crave calories. During these times, it is important to remember that although you may want to eat a big slice of pizza, there are definitely better options that you won’t regret later. I know that after I have completed a long workout,

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Protein: how much is really needed for muscle growth?
30Sep

Protein: how much is really needed for muscle growth?

There have been many debates over protein consumption and differing opinions over how much we really need, causing confusion over the topic: - How much protein should one consume? Does our body only absorb a certain amount? What about individuals seeking to gain muscle? The Recommended Dietary Intake (RDI) for Australians set by the National Health and Medical Research Council

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Improve your health
13Apr

Improve your health

Often it really is as simple as getting these 4 things in check: Drinking plenty of water, regular exercise, enough sleep (rest too!) and a healthy diet. If any of these are lacking or obsolete, this is when your results & overall health will suffer. The most commonly overlooked would probably be rest/getting enough sleep~ SO many people overtrain. Overtraining

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Complete Plant Based Protein Sources You Should Know About
30Sep

Complete Plant Based Protein Sources You Should Know About

The health benefits of a vegan or vegetarian diet are plentiful. Plant-based meals can be cheaper, nutrient-rich, environmentally sustainable and better for animal welfare. Despite that many people worry that they won’t get enough protein on a plant-based diet, and this is far from the truth. Whether you are solely vegan, vegetarian, transitioning into either of these, or simply choose

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Building lean muscle
13Apr

Building lean muscle

The best foods for building lean muscle Apart from your workout, what you eat is the most important aspect of building muscle. If you're giving your body the nutrients it needs, you'll lose fat and build muscle much faster. On the other hand, if your body doesn't get what it needs, it won't be able to build the muscles you

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Vegetarian compared to RAW Foods
13Apr

Vegetarian compared to RAW Foods

Vegetarian compared to RAW Is there a difference between vegetarian and raw food diets? A raw foodist is a vegetarian, but one who generally is not going to cook his vegetables or fruits. A vegetarian is someone who simply doesn’t eat meat, fish or poultry, but only consumes vegetables, pasta, and rice. A vegetarian might eat meatless spaghetti sauce or

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Gluten Free Diet
13Apr

Gluten Free Diet

Gluten Free Diet I’ve noticed something new in the aisles of my grocery store. Whole rows once occupied exclusively by breads, grains, cookies, and crackers have slowly been taken over by products proclaiming themselves to be "gluten free." Gluten, the agent found in wheat that’s responsible for binding it together, has come under intense scrutiny as the number of people

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Don’t obsess over counting calories
13Apr

Don’t obsess over counting calories

Don’t obsess over counting calories It’s too hard to maintain! You will have a far better chance of sticking to “clean eating” if you keep it as simple as possible. If it’s too hard & time consuming you won’t want to do it. Everybody is different and what works for one person might not be ideal for another. Learn what

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Your Health is the first Priority
13Apr

Your Health is the first Priority

Your Health – Priority #1 You might think that making your health your number one priority in life is impossible, what with work, family, friends, religion, and whatever else you have going on. Trust me, now is the time to start putting yourself and your health first. Why, you might ask – because when you are healthy, every other aspect

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