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How to avoid getting sick this winter

Posted by Tessa Densley on

How to avoid getting sick this winter

Winter is coming and, especially with the cold and flu season, it’s important to know what we can do to keep a strong and balanced immune system to stay healthy and avoid infections.   1. Eat a balanced diet with whole foods. You need many nutrients, such as vitamins A, C, D and E, as well as minerals selenium and zinc, and Omega 3s, to support your immune system. Focus on eating whole foods such as quality animal protein (if you're an omnivore), legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, as well as plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Superfoods such as...

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Upright Row

Posted by Chris Radford on

Upright Row

How to do the Upright Row: Top 5 Tips The Upright Row can be used as a great exercise to build some strength and size for the shoulders. But, it does have its issues when not performed correctly. If you have a history of shoulder issues perform with caution. When done well with either dumbbells or a barbell it can build some strong shoulders! Purpose of the movement: The Upright Row is used to help strengthen the upper body pulling muscles. The purpose of the movement is to pull the weight from the waist up to above the nipple line....

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Top 5 Dieting Mistakes

Posted by Patrick Dickson on

Top 5 Dieting Mistakes

When it comes to dieting there is a lot of room for mistakes. Especially when you read Bro Science related articles claiming that there is only one way to drop that weight or that there is a new superfood that will drop 5kg in one week. The team at Spartansuppz has set out to clear the air on the topic of dieting and reveal the 'Top 5 Dieting Mistakes'. 1. You Must Do 2 Hours of Cardio Per Day. This is by far the most common dieting myth you hear people talking about. "I'm doing 2 hours of cardio every...

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Best Post Workout Meal

Posted by Patrick Dickson on

Best Post Workout Meal

When the conversation of post workout nutrition comes up, there is generally a lot of discrepancies. Some say protein immediately post training as to not miss the 'Anabolic Window', others swear by quick carb sources such as a banana.  Spartansuppz is here to answer the dilemma and set the record straight. Providing you with the knowledge on how to prepare the perfect post workout meal to help aid your recovery and lean muscle growth. Post Workout Nutrition Basics  So lets sets some groundwork on the basics of post workout nutrition. The whole premise of a post workout meal, or post...

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How Much Protein Do I Need?

Posted by Patrick Dickson on

How Much Protein Do I Need?

If you're an avid gym enthusiast looking to put on muscle no doubt you have found yourself asking How Much Protein Do I Need? It can be a tricky question for many people as there are so many conflicting pieces of research out there. So the Spartansuppz team have you covered!  The answer for your individual protein intake is heavily dependent on many factors. Including: activity levels, age, gender and lean body mass! All of these individual factors impact heavily on your protein requirements so it is important to factor all of these aspects in when calculating you daily goals. So you...

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