Here’s a quick and easy recipe for a great cup of hot chocolate that is both low-fat and naturally sweetened. Enjoy!
As you go about your training, whether your goal is to improve performance, decrease total body fat, or improve your rate of muscle building, one thing that you need to be aware of is cortisol. Cortisol is the hormone that could potentially destroy all the results you have in store.
Here’s a simply and easy, but delicious recipe for homemade energy bars made with only a few natural and nutritious ingredients including dates, almonds, coconut and chocolate. Yummy!
While a lot of you thrive off the energy, change of scenery and variety of equipment found in a gym, or some need only a pair of running shoes, a bike, or a pool, many find it easy and convenient to work out at home. We found a few great articles out there which review the […]
One of our sponsored athletes, Rob Aseltine sent us some fun footage of him having a good time skiing powder recently on the steep slopes of Jackson.
Gnarly Nutrition sponsored climber Chris Simmons recently launched his Youtube channel where we’re certain he’ll be posting a lot of authoritative as hell climbing tips as well as product reviews. First up, a review of the complete Gnarly Stack: Gnarly Pump, Gnarly Boost and Gnarly Whey. Thanks Chris!
Grass Roots fitness movements have begun springing up around the country. Memberships are free and anyone can join, but you’ll need a high level of commitment to endure some pretty grueling workouts in all kinds of weather. Group members enjoy the camaraderie and support of like-minded fitness fanatics.
Everyone knows obesity is bad for the heart, but new studies indicate it may be just as bad for the brain. We explain how.
We’re tracking the progress of Amanda Batty, a Gnarly Nutrition sponsored Pro Down Hill Mountain Biker, as she prepares for her first UCI Mountain Biking World Cup races in Cairns, Australia in April.
Here’s a great recipe for homemade chocolate truffles made with Gnarly Whey that’ll more than satisfy your chocolate cravings without blowing up your training program.
We all know that polyunsaturated fats are better for us than saturated fats. But beyond the obvious cardiovascular health benefits of polyunsaturated fats, is one type better for building muscle, or does one type tend to make us put on more fat?