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Product Reviewed: Pumped Extreme - Kre-Alkalyn Complex Creatine
Rating: 5 Star
Reviewer: Max Mussello
Out of all the Creatine's I've tried, from powdered monohydrate creatine
to fancy sounding pre-made stacks, this Kre-Alkylyn complex called
Pumped Extreme is hands down the best ever. The first part of this
creatine review will be a Pumped Extreme Review, because it is the best
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Having a sensitive stomach and an aversion to putting chemicals or
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Pumped Extreme comes in a capsule format, and you can avoid all the
common side effects associated with traditional creatine use such as
cramping, diahrea, indigestion, anxiety attacks, etc. This was my
experience anyway, and I cannot tell you that creatine works like
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and now that I have used Pumped Extreme I have actually seen some
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Fitness Tips For 2/1/2012
Chia Bodybuilding and Cortisol
By Dwayne Hines
Have you noticed all of sudden interest in a food product called
"chia" lately? It seems like every new product takes its turn in
the spotlight but this one actually deserves some attention by
the fitness, bodybuilding, weightlifting and athletic communities.
Why? It turns out that chia has some very real benefits for the
Chia is not new, but actually very old. It is a seed from a flowering
plant. It was believed to be cultivated by the Aztecs and is
currently used in Guatemala and Mexico as a food staple.
Interest was sparked in this food by the book "Born to Run" in which
the author, Christopher McDougall, reveals that one of the energy
edges that the Tarahumara Indians gain is from eating the chia seeds.
Members of this tribe are famous for their super endurance, including
frequent 100 plus mile runs.
What does the benefits of chia have to do with bodybuilders or
fitness buffs? It turns out that chia is the number one source in
nature of alpha-Linolenic acid. And that should matter to you because
one of the benefits of alpha-Linolenic acid is that can help build
muscle as research shows that it significantly reduces cortisol
levels in the body. Cortisol is a muscle-killer and if you can
contain it then your muscles benefit.
Reducing cortisol is not the only benefit that you can gain from
chia. The extra endurance can be put to good use in a longer workout.
And chia is high in fiber. Many bodybuilders lack adequate fiber in
their diet and chia can easily meet this need. And there is more –
chia also contains protein and a host of minerals as well.
With its many benefits, chia is a candidate to be a super food and
one of the best supplement choices you can make. Give chia a shot
the next time you are out shopping for supplements.
Dwayne Hines is the author of "The Growth Zone" – a new approach to
building mass muscle fast.
See The Muscle Growth Zone
And "Conditioning for Fighting" – a mixed training approach for those
who want to improve their fight conditioning.
See Conditioning for Fighting
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