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Learn about the three muscle fiber types in the body and what kinds of medical conditions can afflict them. Also discover which muscles are out of your control, and which can be built up and improved with targeted exercise, proper supplementation, and a willingness to put them to work.
Those with an ectomorphic body type have a hard time filling out and gaining weight, but the right workouts and nutritional support can turn that around. Learn what it takes to build up your body and bulk out your frame.
How do you work out your legs without relying on your knees? Here are seven different ways to build lower body strength while protecting your knees from injury, using kettlebells, resistance bands, and your own bodyweight to target your glutes, hamstrings, and more.
There are many reasons people might be underweight, including underlying medical conditions. Find out what is considered a normal weight range, which foods lead to strong muscle and healthy weight gain, and which apps can help you set and achieve your fitness and weight-gain goals.
What are the top five best weight gainers and protein supplements for muscle growth and workout support? Find out what it takes to build new muscle and bulk up as you work out.
Discover how to build muscle and maintain strength after turning 50: types of workouts, frequency of workouts, and how to supplement effectively now that you're half a century strong.
Your muscle mass is dependent on the balance between anabolic and catabolic processes. Find out how they work together, and what nutrients will set you up for success.
Amino acids have become some of the most popular types of bodybuilding supplements across multiple disciplines. Both BCAAs and EAAs can be used on their own or in the form of "stacks"—specialized blends of multiple supplements that work together synergistically to provide even greater benefits than when taken on their own.
Leucine has received special attention for its role in muscle building, not only because it is the most abundant EAA in muscle protein, but also because of its nutraceutical role as a regulator of muscle protein synthesis. Is leucine the “magic bullet” of muscle building?