Strength Training For Children and Adolescents: Benefits, Risks, and Practical Recommendations

Strength Training For Children and Adolescents

Humans are meant to move, and children are no exceptions. Children need 60 minutes of physical activity every day. This is a minimum recommendation, and increasing this amount offers additional benefits. Daily moderate to vigorous physical activity helps build the child’s bones and muscles, promotes psychological well-being, and lays the foundation for positive habits as … Read more

Training to Failure: Implications for Recovery, Strength and Muscle Gains

training to failure

Resistance training is the primary form of exercise to promote muscular strength and hypertrophy. One of the main methods to increase the hypertrophic potential of resistance training is to manipulate various training variables. These include adapting training volume to match the recovery ability of an athlete, and tailor set- and repetition schemes to suit individual … Read more

Protein for Strength Athletes and Bodybuilders – How Much, How Often, and What Kind

Protein strength training

The term “protein” is derived from the Greek word for primary. This meaning is true especially for athletes, bodybuilders and strength athletes with the goal to increase performance, muscle size and strength. Protein is the primary dietary driver for anabolism. This article will make sure you know everything you need to know about how protein … Read more

Artificial and Non-sugar Sweeteners: the Good, the Bad, and the Science

artificial sweeteners

We like sweet things. We are born with a sweet tooth. For thousands of years we satisfied that sweet tooth as soon as we were able to. This was never a problem, since sugar was not something readily available. Today, sugar-sweetened products surround us in every grocery store, and advertisements for candy and soft drinks … Read more