20 12 2013
Breaking the silence! The first article on MASS written by yours truly, the webmaster (GetXXL): the Biochemistry of Creatine. This article discusses the biochemistry of creatine into great detail, enabling the reader to accurately reason about creatine and its usage among athletes.
27 04 2013
The Atherton study was a milestone, but it has since led to rather poorly designed research claiming that eating too frequently would impede muscular gains, which is simply not the case.
4 02 2013
There are apparently more people that need to understand why Intermittent fasting isn’t a valid choice when attempting to gain muscle mass as there are people who need to be introduced to its benefits for fat loss.
13 01 2013
What surprises me in all this is the extreme focus on increasing or decreasing various forms of fat and carbohydrate, while relatively little focus is placed on the protein content per se, while research repeatedly demonstrates the importance of protein in reducing body-fat and preventing weight regain after a diet
31 12 2012
It always seemed hard to believe that the amount of muscle damage sustained determined the propensity for muscle gain. If that were true, any type of muscle injury or trauma of a certain severity, including tears and sprains, would induce greater gains in muscle mass than exercise.