When you think of pre-workouts that provide unreal results, Evogen Nutrition is one of the first that comes to mind. Why? Because they WORK! Unlike some products, Hany Rambod meticulously hand-picks every ingredient that goes into his Evogen pre-workouts (as well as all of his supplements) and uses dosages that actually provide results and aren’t fairy-dusted.
- People seem to have a love/hate relationship with carbohydrates these days. They like to direct the blame on carbohydrates for putting on body fat, but it’s really only one piece of the equation when you look at the bigger picture. That said, when trying to build lagging body parts, using carbohydrates can come in incredibly handy.
- One of the most commonly purchased supplements today is whey protein. Why? Because it is used to help recover from intense training sessions and supports lean muscle tissue growth.
- Magnesium seems to be a supplement that unfortunately gets overlooked by many. When we think of vitamins and minerals, everyone seems to be concerned about vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, etc. Yet, magnesium plays several key roles in the body and should not be neglected or forgotten about.
- If you were looking to enhance your physique by stripping away some body fat and revealing the hard, dense muscle you’ve built in the gym, most people would lead you to believe you need a fat burner. Sure, fat burners are amazing, and they can help enhance your ability to burn stubborn body fat. But there’s one thing that most fat burners really don’t leverage when it comes to completely transforming your body composition… gut health and probiotics.
- Are you someone who trains regularly? Do you expect to perform optimally each and every time you walk into the gym? You probably slammed your pre-workout, are jacked up on caffeine, but then you still wonder why your workouts suck. It could be due to your lack of focus on hydration levels. Whaaaat? It’s true. Something as simple as hydration could be causing you to fall short in your workouts. Advanced rehydrating is something everyone who trains should pay close attention to, and it should involve glycerol.