A pre-workout and bulletproof coffee replacement without the jitters, hassle, or mess. A powder mix with MCTs, caffeine, and electrolytes for pre-workout or as a coffee substitute, and no upset stomach.
Dr. Jaquish looks at what it takes to go to central nervous system fatigue, and then how long it takes to recover from it
Fortagen is an efficient, low calorie protein supplement. An efficient way to get your protein without breaking your fast.
Barbells beat dumbbells in function and effectiveness. Dr. John Jaquish and Chris Bell (director of the documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster) discuss why.
Could a wide grip exercise on the X3 fitness device be effective at building muscle? Dr. Jaquish explains.
The Recommended Daily Allowance for vitamins. Are vitamin supplements helpful, hurtful, or effective? Dr. Jaquish explores micronutrients and antioxidants in this latest episode.
Do you do workouts geared to fast or slow twitch muscle fibers? Dr. Jaquish says you can't really train for a specific fiber type. Find out the facts.
Dr. Jaquish delves into the research and application of training in specific range of motion, the fatigue process in muscle cells, and the strength curve
Do you need to have a protein drink after you workout? Dr. Jaquish digs into the science and research to dispel the myth.
An alternative position for the tricep pushdown exercise, a workout using the X3 Bar for variable resistance training.
Dr. Jaquish talk about kipping, pull-ups and shoulder joint safety, and the fallacy of isolating muscle parts
Busting myths on Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) and its correlation with building muscle
Increase the rate of growth hormones by incorporating instability in your workouts. Our new vibration plates are scientifically optimized for the best results.
Learn the truth about muscle confusion theory in the first episode of Falsehoods of Fitness. The goal of a workout is to trigger results not to be entertained.
Introducing a new series called the Falsehoods of Fitness, featuring research debunking common workout, nutrition, and fitness myths