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Supplement for Nutritional Deficiencies

January 06, 2014

Supplement your nutrition with the TRUition products that support your overall health and fitness goals. The only way to ensure you optimize your results is to provide your body the proper nutrition exactly when it needs it the most.

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Nutritional Consistency is the Key to Great Results

December 30, 2013

It is difficult to lose weight by just starving yourself. Your body detects a major drop in calories and will adjust by burning fewer calories per day. That’s why you need a combination of regular physical activity and a proper nutrient rich diet to lose weight effectively.

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Test Your Physical Limits

October 14, 2013

Most all of us need a goal to keep our training focused, and to give ourselves a reason to push our hardest. There is no more effective motivation to advance your fitness level than to register for an event that will test your physical limits.
 
 
 

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Eat to Lose

July 10, 2013

The key to a sustainable weight loss or an effective weight management program is not to try to completely give up the foods you crave, for most people it’s just not possible to totally give up their childhood favorite foods. You need to be able to eat what you like and still lose weight, or you will not have an effective weight management plan. 

 

 

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Exercise and Nutrition Guide to Staying Young

May 24, 2013

It doesn’t take much to slow down (and in some cases reverse) the aging process. If you have been inactive for years, had a poor diet deficient in protein, fruits and vegetables, and a high stress lifestyle which lacks proper rest, then following the 5 anti-aging guidelines explained here will be life changing.

 

 

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How to Supercharge Your Nutrition Program

May 21, 2013

The simple truth is that most health club members do not achieve results, because they fail to incorporate the proper nutrition program. Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle, or simply be your healthiest, exercise alone is not enough. You must have a proper nutrition program to support the results you want to achieve from your fitness program.

 

 

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Science of Muscle Development

May 06, 2013

According to extensive research conducted by the University of New Mexico, high-intensity resistance training is the most effective type of exercise for promoting muscle development. Their research concludes that successful muscle development requires consistently elevated levels of growth hormone plus greater protein intake. 

 

 

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Everything Is a Drug: The Surprising Neurochemistry of Food

April 18, 2013

Although you may not be aware of it, there are deep neurochemical relationships between your food and your brain.  Nearly all foods, even simple whole foods such as milk or apples, are a complex mixture of chemicals capable of evoking a variety of profound physiological responses.  Simply put, everything you consume is a drug.

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Is Whey Protein Safe for Kids?

April 18, 2013

Both of Laird’s and Gabby’s youngest daughters (Brody and Reece) both regularly drink a TRUition Whey protein shake in the morning along with their Mom and Dad. One of the goals of TRUition and GabbyandLaird.com is to help children develop healthly habits. The best way to do that is to encourage children to participate in the healthy activities of their parents.

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Can Coffee Affect Your Fitness Program?

April 18, 2013

Jump out of bed and head straight for the coffee machine... sound familiar? Did you know that there are over 150 million daily coffee drinkers in the US alone? In fact many of us preprogram our coffee machines so that we know there is a hot cup of coffee is waiting for us as soon as we stumble into the kitchen.

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Must Do Rules for Building Major Muscle

April 06, 2013

We have more than 600 muscles in our body, so it certainly should be no surprise that our muscle strength and condition determine our ability to walk, lift, run, throw, ride, paddle, dance, and in general control our overall ability to enjoy a highly active lifestyle. More importantly, our muscles are responsible for pumping blood through our body, and even determine how effectively we breathe. Our level of muscle mass and ratio to body fat also impacts our metabolism, and therefore our ability to eat more of what we want but still effectively control body weight.

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Build More Muscle At Any Age

April 06, 2013

From the time we are born until we turn 30, our muscles generally grow larger and stronger. But unfortunately, some time in our early 30’s the amount of growth hormone our body naturally produces begins to decline, an as a result most people begin to lose muscle mass. People who are inactive lose up to 5% of their muscle mass every 10 years, so by 80 that could mean up to a 50% reduction in muscle, strength, and as a consequence frailty and immobility. Even if you are active, without proper nutrition and the correct exercise program, you can still experience significant muscle loss. So how is that that some senior athletes, such as TRUition co-founder Don Wildman (now eighty years old), are still faster and stronger than most people half their age.

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