In this episode of Ask The Scientist, a viewer asks about instantized creatines which some manufacturers now claim as the best, most “soluble” creatine.
The ability to be able to handle heavier weights, especially in compound lifts, will eventually translate into increased muscle mass, improved performance on the field, and even better quality of life.
This episode of Ask The Scientist is all about fitness competitions. A viewer wrote in to ask about the drying out process before a show.
The most powerful tool for your training is located just behind your eyes, right between your ears, and smack inside your skull! Yes, it’s your mind. Here’s how to get the most out of it for massive gains!
A viewer writes in with a question wondering if he’s experiencing low testosterone. Dr, Jeff talks about a few ways to spot it and also shares some resources he’s developed that can help!
Check out these advanced tips and tricks for building more triceps mass and bigger arms. You can start using these today!
In this episode of Ask The Scientist, a viewer writes in to get Dr. Jeff’s opinion on whether or not she should switch to a vegan diet. Check out his answer!
Are BCAA supplements as good as what all the “experts” say they are? Find out in this article by elite trainer Eric “Merlin” Broser.
In this episode of Ask The Scientist, a customer writes in to ask why only some and not all EFX Sports products are Informed Sport certified.
Did you know we founded two non-profit organizations to serve the world at large and the families of active-duty military families? They are Saint Anthony’s Research and Educational Institute and Military Angeles. Watch to learn more about them and why All American Supps gives 10% of all proceeds to help fund them.