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Overreaching for Muscle Hypertrophy: The potential benefit of a short-term higher-volume phase

Overreaching phases are often seen in single-event sports such as powerlifting and track and field. In the simplest of terms, an overreaching phase is based on the fitness-fatigue model. When you’re recovered, you are going to have a high-level of fitness and low-level of fatigue – leading to a high level of performance. When you …

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Our Story

What’s Revive Stronger All About? The story about Revive Stronger How I ‘Died’ Death might be a little strong, but I certainly wasn’t far from it. In 2010, my second year at University I was fit as a fiddle, taking part in rowing, football and running clubs. On top of that I would do my own training, a …

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A Holiday Carol: The Ultimate Guide to Holidays and Vacation

This article is intended to be different from other quick-read vacation and travel articles. This article is meant to stand out as the most comprehensive, complete and science-based guide for holidays. It includes nutrition and training recommendations for 3 different approaches, 2 science-based hotel programs, and personal stories from myself (Miguel Blacutt), Steve Hall and …

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Adaptive Thermogenesis – How It Applies to Weight Loss and Weight Gain

We all know the person who seems to be able to eat whatever they want and maintain weight, while we also know the person who even looks at food and gains weight. Energy balance dictates whether an individual gains or loses weight – if you eat more calories than you expend, you gain weight and …

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Why you should love; Coffee – The black gold

I’m not talking about caffeine… Caffeine is all good but I’m specifically talking about “The black gold”, “Morning Jolt”, “Brain Juice”, “C8H10N4O2″…(wait, this is caffeine…so forget about that) … If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m of course talking about COFFEE! It is the second most consumed non-water beverage worldwide. Only tea is consumed more. Coffee …

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