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MuscleSound in Fitness: Nutrition and Training

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History This active female adopted the Paleo diet in January 2015-July 2015. During that time, she participated in high intensity, moderate-heavy strength training. She felt as if she was constantly feeling sluggish and as if she could not recover adequately to perform in the gym for her next training session. She quit the Paleo diet, adopted a … Continued

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The Best (And Worst) Foods For Building Muscle

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Chief Science Officer Wayne Phillips talks to the Active Times about how diet plays an important factor in building muscle. “But building muscle doesn’t strictly happen in the gym. If you are looking to gain muscle and improve the overall quality of your life, (there are) foods to complement your exercise regimen.” Read the full … Continued

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MuscleSound Featured In The Denver Patch

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As NFL athletes get ready for the NFL Draft, MuscleSound’s VP of Sales – Performance & Fitness provides 4 reasons understanding MuscleHealth is significant to an athlete’s performance. It’s that time of year when college football and the NFL collide. As we get ready for the 2017 NFL Draft, athletes are putting their bodies through a rigorous … Continued

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Orthopedics This Week Showcases MuscleSound

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MEASURING MUSCLE BURN Biloine W. Young | Tue, January 24th, 2017 The University of Colorado at Boulder has developed a noninvasive way for athletes to measure their muscle energy content. The item is a device that measures muscle glycogen to reveal muscle depletion. Glycogen is a form of energy stored in muscles that is required … Continued

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MuscleSound Featured in Outside Magazine

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This New Scanner Tells You How Many Carbs to Eat and When Think of MuscleSound as a fuel gauge for your body that helps optimize your diet and training plan. By: Brad Stulberg Jan 24, 2017 Over the past few months, in Boulder, Colorado, a growing number of elite athletes—including four-time U.S. cyclocross champion Jeremy … Continued

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Daily Carbohydrate Needs For Athletes

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How Many Carbohydrates Should I Eat? An excessive carbohydrate diet without the right amount of exercise would lead to increase in body fat since the excess carbohydrate would be converted fat. The daily intake of carbohydrates should vary according to the intensity and duration of activity1. Therefore, a recreational athlete who trains 1 hour/day should not … Continued

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The Importance of Nutrition and Carbohydrates for Athletic Performance

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Why Carbs Are Important Good nutrition is a key aspect of health for everyone and is particularly important in the training regime of any athlete. Not ingesting enough – or the right kind of food will result in a lack of important nutrients, leading to less than optimal health and inadequate energy reserves. This is … Continued

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4 Ways to Keep Muscle Injuries From Derailing Your Workout

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By Steve Kurtz Injuries happen to athletes of all types and skill levels — from professionals to weekend warriors. But I’m not just talking about your run-of-the-mill broken bone or scraped knee.Muscle injuries, also known as soft tissue injuries, are far more common, and their effects can be devastating. Not only are they incredibly painful, … Continued

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Finding The Sweet Spot

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When is a safe time for sugar? There has been a significant increase in metabolic diseases over the past 30 years, with incidence rates now reaching global pandemic levels. During this time, consumption of fructose has also increased, which is alarming because fructose has the ability to promote chronic metabolic disease. Fructose comprises half of … Continued

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