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5 Common “Peak Week” Mistakes

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It’s that time again, your last week of training before your big show. Your last few days have been less than amazing and short-lived due to low calorie intake and low glycogen stores. Your goal as always is to try and get your backside to be as equally in shape as your front side.

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Supplement Store Sit-Com

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I figured most people would go the traditional route and write scientific articles. I thought I would come from a more humorous parody angle to give a little variation. Maybe a little risqué for mainstream reading but it was fun to write ;) and I'm sure some of the more immature among us will find it entertaining.

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Introducing Team Provo LLC

Introducing Team Provo LLC 

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Team Provo LLC is a full service diet coaching/contest prep business. Trying to improve upon your last showing at a bodybuilding, mens physique, figure, bikini, or womens physique contest? Trying to increase lean muscle tissue without unnecessary fat gain? Trying to cut down for the summer? Team Provo can happily service all those needs.

 

 

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Overtraining Will Kill Your Gains

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By Chris Aceto

Here is a secret in my contest prep. I work with nut jobs. I am serious. A lot of  “my” success with bodybuilders is due to the type of company I keep. I seem to attract obsessive compulsive, super-crazy, hard-training individuals who make my job easy. 

 

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Understanding the Glycemic Index

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The body must convert the starches and sugars in foods into blood glucose to meet basic energy needs. “Glycemic index” (GI) is the term commonly used to describe how fast the body breaks down starches and sugars after a particular food or beverage is consumed.

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