What does the Israeli Army Know about Beta Alanine that You Don't?
If you were looking for that one last reason to start supplementing with Beta Alanine, then this just might be it. Take a look at this summary of the research results published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

The experiment was performed with 20 male soldiers. The subjects were given 6 g beta-alanine daily for four weeks, or a placebo. The soldiers had to complete a set of trials that involved 2.6 mile running, followed by five countermovement jumps, a 120-metre sprint, target shooting and finally mental arithmetic (Before and after the experiment period)...
3 Surprising Healthy Cheats Under 100 Calories
Summer is just around the corner and a lot of us are in the midst of our cut. And We all at some point get that craving, needing to get something sweet into your body! But you just can’t afford the calories or your macros can’t handle the fat?

If only you had something that is actually food (not powder), fills you up and tastes great.

We feel you bro and we are here to help you. Our team sat down and came up with these 3 surprisingly low calorie cheats. Yeah! A sweet cheat with less than 100 calories and a surprising macro profile.
Ok! Let the countdown begin...
The average Joe, will look at the sticker price and poundage (weight) and will run a simple math. Well, 5lb of protein powder for $34 at Costco is a great price compared to an Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard right? same 5lb but for $53. Easy right? Well, not so fast.

On the surface of things the Costco powder is a whooping $19 cheaper (35%)....well, not so fast. Comparing poundage is, and excuse my language, nothing but stupid. Why you ask? Well, because you are not getting 5lb of protein in any of the alternatives above. Yeah, I know the product says 5lb of protein powder..so what!

So, in order to help you get things right, here's a very simple way to understand what you are actually getting and how much are you paying for it.
In this Fitness Science Bit we bring you an experiment conducted by Deborah Rohm Young, Ph.D., from Kaiser Permanente. This experiment tests the effects of physical activity and sedentary on your heart in general, and the likelihood of heart failure as a result of each one of the two.
In this fitness science bit we will be examining the post workout effect of fast absorbing protein, aka whey protein, and slow absorbing protein, such as  whole foods and casein, on muscle synthesis and eventually muscle growth.