0

Affiliate program

Eddie_C 2 years ago in Other updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1
0

Reward the better ABS??

Alexandre Leonardo 2 years ago in Diet and Nutrition updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1
0

Olympia Results 2017

Harry Hayfield 2 years ago in Other updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1
0

Carb Problems

Fitness_Chief 2 years ago in Diet and Nutrition updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1
0

Low back health

Brooks 2 years ago in Workouts updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1

+20
Answered

Most Effective Cardio

Zak Boxer 2 years ago in Workouts updated by andy 2 years ago 3

What's your opinion of HIIT vs steady state cardio? Why would you do one over the other and what time of the day do you believe is optimal?

Answer
Marc Lobliner 2 years ago

I believe the best cardio for health is TABATA and then add in Low intensity for caloric burn. Time of day is 100% irrelevant. 


See this article on tabata: https://content.tigerfitness.com/what-is-tabata-cardio-health/


+14
Answered

Testicular cancer survivor having trouble making gains

Chris Brommund 2 years ago in Other updated by andy 2 years ago 2

I'm a 14yr stage 4 testicular cancer survivor having problems making gains. My diet is clean and I make sure I get enough protein, carbs, and healthy fats(try to anyway). I have low T and cortisol issues that I have a Dr  appt for on June 16. I had half my right lung removed because the cancer had spread and my Dr wants me doing cardio for 30 mins 5 days a week. Is it at all possible to put on lean muscle while stil pushing myself as hard as I possibly can and having to do this much cardio? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks Marc.

Answer
andy 2 years ago

It is possible, and you can gain lean mass with hours of cardio a day IF you eat enough to compensate for the cardio caloric burn.

+14
Answered

Stretching

Zac P. 2 years ago in Workouts updated by andy 2 years ago 2

How important is or how important do you feel is stretching before, during, during sets or post workout?

+12

Overdosing Protein Post-Workout

Levente 2 years ago in Diet and Nutrition updated by Marc Lobliner 2 years ago 1

I am wondering if it is really beneficial double or even triple scooping your Protein Powder after working out. 


Lot of people I know take 2-3 scoops of Protein Powder post-workout. 


Is it not too much at once? 


And can your body really absorb all the protein or are you just consuming unnecessary calories and wasting your money?



ALL QUESTIONS - BY CATEGORY

more articles →
more articles →
more articles →
more articles →
more articles →
more articles →