Energy and endurance
The major carbohydrate-based dietary supplements
last updated: July 18, 2017
There are five main carbohydrate supplements commonly found on the market: cyclic cyclodextrins, maltodextrin, vitargo, ribose and glucosamine. Let's clarify their characteristics, recommended dosages and any adverse effects.
Crossfit: objectives, positive and negative aspects
last updated: May 22, 2017
Crossfit is a sport based on strength and structured metabolic conditioning, which incorporates exercises from a range of different sports disciplines into a single session, such as gymnastics, powerlifting, kettleball lifting, rhythmic gymnastics, strongman, aerobics, swimming etc ...
Dietary supplement for MMA and combat sports
last updated: August 10, 2016
Nutrition was mainly neglected in combat sports up until recently but now we see how the fighter can support his/her diet with specific supplements.
The importance of hydration for a better performance
last updated: March 21, 2016
During prolonged exercise it is easy to become dehydrated. Dehydration can lead to various adverse effects such as a reduction in your ability to exercise aerobically, which can reduce to 60% of your observed value under ideal conditions.
Load management during the competitive cycling season
last updated: March 02, 2016
How to structure a competitive season by taking advantage of the PRO line: if you want great results, you shouldn't leave anything to chance. A detailed analysis of the workouts for cycling preparation.
Supplements and diet in cycling
last updated: December 30, 2015
If you practice an intense sport, you need to plan your diet/supplements correctly in order to face the season in the best condition ever. Methods on how to plan your workouts to recover from the past season.
Training with a heart rate monitor
last updated: November 16, 2015
Using a heart rate monitor makes it possible to develop a personalised training program, as it provides continuous information about the heart rate and therefore about related physiological activities.
Sustamine: a new supplement for cellular hydration
last updated: September 04, 2015
Alanyl-glutamine, better known as sustamine, is a dipeptide which binds glutamine and alanine, resulting in a very stable form with a high level of solubility: let's learn about its benefits
Heart rate zones
last updated: February 21, 2015
The heart rate is the number of heartbeats detected in a given period of time. As HR is a precise indicator of how our heart and body are working, knowing, measuring and evaluating the heart rate is also a good practice for optimising sports training.