Coffee and Muscle Growth
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Coffee and Muscle Growth

Study suggests coffee can help to increase muscle growth. Coffee is one of the most widely consumed morning beverages in the world. Most people can’t start off their day without a a cup of coffee. A decade ago, doctors would warn people that too much coffee could cause heart attacks, high blood pressure, and other […]

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Bang Energy 3 oz shot
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Bang Energy 3 oz shot

Introducing the World’s First Carbonated Energy Shot!!! Now you can get all the great taste and high energy as a 16 oz BANG® in a convenient 3 oz shot. Fuel your Destiny with BANG’s 3oz. shot: Super Creatine, Caffeine, electrolytes, & BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids). Super Creatine (Creatyl-L-Leucine molecule): Patented Super Creatine-Amino acid di-Peptide […]

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Bang’s Jack Owoc Blasts Monster Energy into Submission!

CA-based Monster Energy File Third Frivolous Lawsuit Against VPX   Bang Energy CEO, CSO Founder and Front Man, Jack Owoc’s responses to the myriad of false claims are in bold text below.   Bang Energy Drink has Monster ALL BANGED UP!™ CEO claims Bang can help cure forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s […]

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Occlusion Training
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Occlusion Training

Occlusion training causes greater muscle cell swelling. The recent excitement over the last few years has led to a surge in the number of bodybuilders using tourniquet or occlusive training to get better pumps in the gyms. Occlusive training, or blood flow restriction (BFR) training, involves wrapping a device or band around the muscle which […]

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Best Fats for Building Muscle
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Best Fats for Building Muscle

We hope you know by now – not all fats are bad for you! Research published in the journal of Nutrition reports that consuming oleic acids and palmitic acids together can be the best fats for building muscle. Fats have gotten a bad rap for many years as being a contributor to heart disease and […]

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Protein Supplementation for More Muscle
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Protein Supplementation for More Muscle

Large scale study shows extra protein supplementation builds more muscle. Some small studies have found that protein supplementation did not affect lean muscle mass, whereas many other studies have found that it increased lean muscle mass. However, it’s not until the large-scale studies are published that we get a more definitive answer. A recent study […]

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Two-A-Days
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Two-A-Days

Are workouts twice a day more effective for muscle growth? Some bodybuilders advocate two-a-days for optimal increases in muscle mass. The legendary bodybuilder and seven-time Mr. Olympia, Arnold Schwarzenegger, often did two-a-days, but can it boost muscle growth as they recommend? The theory behind these types of workouts is that short, intense workouts will lead […]

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Lighter Weights and More Reps or Heavier Lifting and Less Reps?
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Lighter Weights and More Reps or Heavier Lifting and Less Reps?

Lighter weights and more reps build muscle just as effectively as heavier lifting and less reps. Go heavy or go home! That’s the common slogan found all over gyms, all over the country. Many lifters have been inspired for years by the heavy lifting feast of Dorian Yates and Ronnie Coleman for packing on massive […]

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The Benefits of Taking Super Creatine Pre and Post-Workout
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The Benefits of Taking Super Creatine Pre and Post-Workout

How much Super Creatine should you be taking everyday? Creatine has consistently been found to increase muscle mass and strength. Everyday, about 1-2 grams of creatine are irreversibly converted to creatinine in the human body. However, ingestion of creatine-rich foods or supplements such as Bang Master Blaster, which contains Super Creatine and creatine, also helps […]

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Whey Protein and Recovery in Women
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Whey Protein and Recovery in Women

When it comes to protein and recovery, whey is the way for women. Whey protein is a fast acting protein regarding digestion and absorption. The insulin responses to whey protein is much higher than that of casein, which may contribute to the enhanced protein synthesis response. Whey protein also results in a higher rise in BCAA’s […]

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