Tag Archives: ergogenic aids

The anti-protein movement: More bullshit “evidence”

Look, I get it. Some people have an agenda. Maybe they’re naive or gullible, or maybe they believe something so much they have to dig up anything they can to prove their point (i.e., confirmation bias). As Mark Twain once said: “What gets us into trouble is not what we don’t...
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Supplements that work: Creatine

In part 3 of my Supplements that work series I am going to cover probably the most maligned and misunderstood supplements on the market, creatine. However, with the exception of caffeine, few, if any supplements have been more studied across populations than creatine. For the sake of brevity, I am going to only...
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Supplements that work: Caffeine, the ergogenic aid

The following article was previously published by myself through Active.com. I have made several updates to the article, however, that relate to the current body of knowledge on caffeine and endurance performance. If you’d like to listen to original Tipcast on this topic click here. Caffeine is the most widely...
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Supplements that work: How to beet the competition.

Featured on Tipcast 34 In our final podcast of 2013, @cgjones91 mentioned beet juice as the big supplement of the year. Since then I’ve had a few questions regarding my comments on both the efficacy and dosage. In addition, @billyjmacdonald wanted to know what supplements have a proven track record....
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