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No matter what type of exercises you do, there’s nothing better than a good workout session that makes you sweat. But in order for you to make any gains, you need to fuel your body with protein. In this article, we’ll give you 21 high protein snacks that you can add to your meal plan and eat before or after you exercise.

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Many people don’t think it’s possible to make gains while being on a plant-based diet. That is so far from the truth. In this article, we will be breaking down the difference between plant-based and vegan diets while showing how you can get shredded without eating meat as the basis of your diet. Here we go!

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Going to the gym can be intimidating. Especially, when you want to train for a strongman competition and you have no idea where to start. Anyone can be a strongman, but not everyone has access to a gym specifically for strongman competitions. Here is some more information on strongman events and how to get started for beginners. 

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Whether you’re a gym enthusiast or a weekend warrior, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the argument for and against PROM (partial range of motion) training and whether or not it is superior to FROM (full range of motion) training. Regardless of which resistance exercise philosophy you subscribe to, it’s important to note that there are specific recommendations, which are backed by science, that suggest that employing measured intensity, volume, and time under tension will yield desirable results. In this article, we will detail some of the fundamental differences between full-range-of-motion versus partial-range-of-motion, enabling you to make an informed decision concerning your individual...

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In his blog post, “This is the Greatest Weightlifting Lesson I’ve Learned,” James Clear touts the benefits of slow and steady progress, or gains, over achievement with weightlifting. As a society, we want to know the end result immediately. We seldom are interested in the journey it takes to get there. We ask a weightlifter about how much weight he can lift rather than the daily training it took for him to reach that goal. We ask marathoners how far they’ve ever run. We see the end results with professional sports teams, but we never consider how they got there. ...

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