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The main thing to lose weight or to lose fat is that you need to eat correctly. Eating low carb and high protein is very important but obviously that’s not the only thing you need to do, but it is essential. I’m not a believer in eating no carbs but if you desperately need to drop weight that’s a good route to take but you have to always stay on that diet. Which is hard to maintain. Now the carbs you should be eating, especially athletes, are potatoes, brown rice, and any kind of healthy grains. Proteins and greens are...

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3 Tips To Burn Fat and Gain Muscle When you want to cut out fat you need to do higher intensity workouts. That means little rest time in between sets, this will help with the fat burning process. This may seem tiring but this is what you have to do in order to burn fat. Your muscles will get fatigued but on our pre workout supplement we have specific ingredients like beta Alanine that will decrease muscle fatigue and allow you to perform longer. The second thing you can do to gain muscle is while you are having little rest...

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3 Tips To Gain Weight Number one when it comes to gaining weight is how you are training in the gym. If you are training incorrectly you will not be able to gain weight. You should not be lifting light weight for high reps. You should be lifting weight on the heavier side but you should not be just getting the weight up for reps. Contract and squeeze your muscles with good form. That’s the key to getting the most out of your lifts. Crappy form won’t get you any bigger. Good form with heavy weight you can handle will...

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3 Tips To Get Faster The first thing you should focus on when getting faster is stretching. If you are tense it is going to alter your speed. The biggest jump I saw in my speed wasn’t because of all the speed training and work in the weight room I did for countless years, it came from stretching. It allowed my legs to actually take longer strides and I could run loose rather than tense. The second key to focus on is resistance training. Running hills, sleds, in the sand etc. those are all great for any athlete to improve...

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When you are in the gym or on the field I think a main focus should be productivity. It’s not about the amount of hours you put in, it’s about what you do in those given hours and if you get better or not. I know guys who are at the gym for 4 hours and they only workout for 30. Then I know other people who go to the gym for an hour and work for an hour and get it in. Guess who gets more out of their workouts? The second guy. Some athletes need an extra kick...

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