Classic Muscle Newsletter 2015

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21 12, 2015

Beef Protein vs. Whey Protein

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Beef Protein vs. Whey ProteinWritten by: Joachim Bartoll, November 4, 2015 Classic Muscle Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2015 (issue #14/15) In the 70’s, beef protein supplements were among the most popular protein supplements used by strength athletes and bodybuilders. The average milk and egg protein supplement only contained about 60 % protein at that time, so the beef protein supplements at roughly 80% actually contained more protein. However, the [...]

16 12, 2015

Flexible dieting and IIFYM

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Flexible dieting and IIFYMSome quick thoughts…Written by: Joachim Bartoll, December 7, 2015Classic Muscle Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2015 (issue #14/15) The acronym IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macros) was first tossed around in 2009/2010 on the Bodybuilding.com forums as a way to taunt and make fun of noobs asking endless questions about what they could or could not eat while cutting. In other words, if someone asked if they [...]

15 12, 2015

Antibiotic Apocalypse?

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Antibiotic Apocalypse?Written by: Joachim Bartoll, November 30, 2015Classic Muscle Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2015 (issue #14/15) Over the last couple of weeks, some news outlets have warned about a coming “antibiotic apocalypse”. According to the media, researchers in China have discovered bacteria in pigs and humans that are now resistant to carbapenems – the most powerful group of antibiotics known.As usual, they claim that factory farming and excessive pill-popping [...]

15 12, 2015

Relevant Research in the Field of Strength Training and Sports #10

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Relevant Researchin the Field of Strength Training and Sports #10Written by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, November 2015 (issue #14/15) In this ongoing series, I will summarize recent and relevant studies within our field of Strength and Performance Sports – including topics such as Strength Training, Hypertrophy, Nutrition, Weight Loss and more. I will wade through all the new published research and pick out the gems – so [...]

23 11, 2015

High Protein Diets and Body Composition

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High Protein Diets and Body CompositionDoes an increase in protein lead to fat gain?Written by: Joachim Bartoll, September, 2015 Classic Muscle Newsletter, Aug/Sept/Oct 2015 (issue #12/13) High protein diets have been popular for many years within the fitness and bodybuilding community. One of the reasons are quite obvious: the majority of competing athletes use anabolic steroids, which increases protein synthesis around the clock and let the [...]

21 11, 2015

Athletes and Vitamin D3 deficiency

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Athletes and Vitamin D3 deficiencyWritten by: Joachim Bartoll, 5 October, 2015Classic Muscle Newsletter, Aug/Sept/Oct 2015 (issue #12/13) As some of you may know, I developed a vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 combined supplement for Body Science (MM Sports) back in 2012/2013. I came up with this formula because a high intake of vitamin D3 will increase the concentration of calcium in your blood stream. This happens because [...]

7 11, 2015

Citrulline peptide – a more effective form of citrulline?

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Citrulline peptide...a more effective form of citrulline?Written by: Joachim Bartoll, 25 September, 2015 Classic Muscle Newsletter, Aug/Sept/Oct 2015 (issue #12/13) Citrulline has been a popular ergogenic supplement for several years and I usually recommend it to performance- and strength athletes as part of their workout nutrition. Several studies has shown that ingesting citrulline can boost levels of ATP, the immediate energy currency of cells, and also [...]

7 11, 2015

Intermittent fasting and weight training – effects on body composition

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Intermittent fasting and weight trainingEffects on body compositionWritten by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, Aug/Sept/Oct 2015 (issue #12/13) Recently a new study was published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. In this 8-week study, 18 men were recruited and divided into two groups. One group lifted weights 3 days a week, while the other group did the same workouts, but also used a [...]

30 10, 2015

Relevant Research in the Field of Strength Training and Sports #9

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Relevant Researchin the Field of Strength Training and Sports #9Written by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, Aug/Sept 2015 (issue #12/13) In this ongoing series, I will summarize recent and relevant studies within our field of Strength and Performance Sports – including topics such as Strength Training, Hypertrophy, Nutrition, Weight Loss and more. I will wade through all the new published research and pick out the gems – so [...]

14 09, 2015

Online Coaching and Personal Trainers

By | 2016-10-16T16:41:30+00:00 September 14th, 2015|Archive for 2015, Diet and Nutrition, Newsletter #12/14 – Sept/Oct|Comments Off on Online Coaching and Personal Trainers

Online Coaching and Personal TrainersPart 1: What you need to know and what to look forWritten by: Joachim Bartoll Classic Muscle Newsletter, Agust/September 2015 (issue #12/13 - Summer Edition) The Swedish Nationals and the newly started Tyngre Classic competition are approaching and I’ve once again been flooded by requests from athletes struggling with their competition diet and the lack of results. They all have one thing in [...]