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Glutamine is one of twenty amino acids. When the body consumes foods that contain protein (meat, eggs, dairy, beans etc.) it breaks the protein down into basic building blocks called amino acids. The body can then use these amino acids (there are 20 different ones) for building and repairing as needed throughout the body.

You take your training seriously, working on those goals to build muscle, get leaner, move faster or for longer, constantly pushing hard in the gym for maximum results. But could you be doing TOO much of a good thing?

The fitness industry is SATURATED right now with personal trainers, coaches, and other fitness professionals. Gyms are filled with PT’s, and you can find hundreds of online health & fitness coaches with one simple scroll of your Instagram feed – but how do you know which trainer/coach to choose?

Getting serious about your weight training but not sure how to structure your programming? It’s all well and good to “train hard” but if you’re just following your favorite athlete/influencer’s training plan because it works for them, you could be completely missing key factors to help you maximize your resistance training.

So you want to lose body fat – you’ve probably seen a ton of Instagram posts about Keto, 28 day Detoxes, eliminating certain foods/food groups, or “fat blasting circuits” – what’s right for you? And more importantly, what actually WORKS?

Both plant and animal proteins have a lot to offer, and there is no reason why you can’t reap the benefits of consuming both!

Gone are the days when eating out breakfast lunch and dinner was a sign of success, today those at the top of their game in relation to life, career, and health, are turning to their own kitchen to help keep them leveling up. So why are so many jumping on the meal prep bandwagon and taking their meals with them to school, work, even functions rather than just eating what is placed in front of them?

If you find that you are losing motivation, short on time, or just want a change of scenery, then taking your workout outside is such a great way to combat boredom and repetitiveness. Not to mention that it has so many extra mental and physical benefits!

With International Yoga Day on the 21st of June, there is no better time to highlight the benefits of including Yoga and Pilates into your training routine. Although it is important to base your training regime around your goals, there is no doubt that these two styles of workouts will enhance your results, whether your goal is bodybuilding or running a marathon.

People lift weights for a variety of reasons including improved sports performance, better general health, and fat loss. However, the most common goal by far is building muscle. Most gym goers train to increase muscle size and follow programs specifically designed for this purpose.