A Rational Bodybuilding Diet!

Updated: Nov 21, 2018 Alternate title: I will never use the stupid fucking word “BULKING”! That said, every single day I pen hyper-caloric diets for the elite athlete from every corner of the world! Why the discrepancy, why the word games, you ask? The answer like most is far more simplistic than you might imagine. Words … Read more

Glycemic Index

Glycemic Index

The glycemic index or GI is a measure of the effects of carbohydrates (laden foods) on blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates (laden foods) that break down quickly during digestion and release glucose rapidly into the bloodstream have by definition a high GI; carbohydrates (laden foods) that break down more slowly have by definition a low GI. … Read more

A Few Of My Favorite Things: Larry’s Beans

This is the continuation of a serial style segment titled “a few of my favorite things”. The intended purpose of for this series is to both allow me to do “mini product reviews” as well as bring you market awareness of some of the industries more niche products and items I like that I feel … Read more

Science Vs Insanity

Having been a fitness center manager and devout gym-rat, I have spent 8-12 hours per day in and around the weight room for the last few decades. I genuinely have enjoyed working with and around the weight training world, but I have observed some remarkable behavior over that time! The weight training world it seems … Read more

AM Cardio?

Skeletal Muscle Glycogen Content Diurnal Variation and The Effects of Fasting RK Conlee, MJ Rennie, and WW Winder To test whether skeletal muscle glycogen concentration is related to food consumption, glycogen content was determined in red (R) and white (W) vastus lateralis and in soleus (S) muscles from six groups of ad libitum-fed rats killed … Read more

A Fair Introduction!

Broderick Chavez speaking at Evil Genius Down Under Sydney

What I think Science is……….. What I would like to do is give you a little insight into what I think science is and what I think you should take away from this. I had one really good professor in college, and at the introduction of a very important class, he said this: “Half of … Read more