NUTRITION ALTERNATIVES: THE PLANTAIN
Mix up your bodybuilding food choices with the plantain. By Coach Alon Powers Here at Generation Iron we bring you innovative and creative ways of...
PLANT BASED BASICS FOR BODYBUILDERS
Building up from the inside out. By Maxine Presto “Abs are made in the kitchen, not in the gym.” This simple statement speaks to a much...
EASY GARLIC CHICKEN RECIPE
This is one of our favorite high protein recipes. It's the perfect dinner after an evening workout session.
5 Best Fruits For Athletes
A lot of emphasis is put on protein in the bodybuilding world but athletes of all kinds should not overlook the multifaceted benefits of fruits. Below is a list of fruits that are particularly useful for athletes before and after a workout.
3 POST-WORKOUT VITAMINS YOU NEED
So you’ve finished your workout. Time to reach for the supplements or make yourself a shake, right? Before you do that, check and make sure you’re getting some or all of these essential vitamins that are crucial to promoting good health and your body’s recovery after a workout.
GI RECIPE: BANANA PEANUT BUTTER PROTEIN SHAKE
Here's another GI favorite for a protein shake to make after your next workout. It's delicious and (even better) it's cheap and easy.
TOP 5 JOGGING CITIES IN AMERICA
Jogging is one of the best forms of exercise, if for no other reason than you can do it just about wherever you are. Still, we at GI decided to put together a definitive Top 5 list of the best cities in the United States to jog through.
GI RECIPE: TWO VERY MERRY PROTEIN SHAKES
Happy Holidays, GI Nation! Here are two special holiday twists on our GI Protein Shake to treat yourself with this Christmas.
TOP 7 NATURAL SOURCES OF PROTEIN
If you’re looking to build your muscles, you already know: protein is the way to go. But you don’t always need a protein bar or shake to get your daily dose of “Vitamin P.” We’ve collected 7 of the best natural sources of protein.
6 TIPS ON HOW TO KEEP YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS
Being a part of the GI Nation means pushing yourself and never settling. But when it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, it also helps to set reasonable, achievable goals and not to tackle more than you know you can do.