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Aspartame was originally invented in 1965, but the restrictions on it’s use weren’t lifted by the FDA until 1996. Even though the EU ..read more

The long and short of it is, if you’re not doing compound lifts, you’re missing out on gains. For decades, body builders have been ..read more
If you’d like to read more and learn on your own about fitness, diet, and how your body works, check out the links below. These are the ..read more
I’ve written about a similar topic recently, in my article Why You Stopped Losing Weight. I realized though, that this article isn’t ..read more

This topic took me a long time to grasp, despite how easy it can be to describe. I also think that progression is something that we can ..read more

I don’t think anyone will argue that sleep is good for you, but despite it’s obvious good, we still seem to live in a society that is ..read more
Many of us get into fitness in order to lose weight, and focus on dieting to do so. I’ll be writing more about weight loss in the future ..read more
As with most things with fitness, this is kind of a gray area. Probably more black and white than other topics, but there is still some ..read more

If you’ve been lifting for long enough, even in isolation, you’ve probably come across people talking about hypertrophy. If you ..read more

Training splits provide you a framework to being to program your own training. At the end of the day, splits are just a way to organize ..read more

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