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MidwestFit Team: Aug 11, 2015
MidwestFit is seeking self-motivated females age 25 to 35 to participate in one of our programs over the course of 6 to 8 weeks (depending on which program is correct for the individual). The women selected will be asked to provide "before" and "after" pictures upon completion of their program with the primary goal being weight loss/becoming more lean. By cooperating in this program, the individuals will all receive the following:
- FREE Goal Oriented Program for the entire training period
- FREE nutritional guidance throughout their programming
- Supplements to assist individuals in reaching their goals (Yes, we will pay for and mail to you)
- A MidwestFit T-Shirt upon completion of the program/requirements (I mean isn't a t shirt worth it as is?)
Basically we want to get you in amazing shape and it will only cost you some of your time and effort. If interested, please post in our forum thread (link below) and we will contact you with more information.
(NOTE: This is a limited offer and not everyone will be able to participate. Sooner you reach out the better!)
MidwestFit Team: Aug 11, 2015
This is the last and final post in our series on gaining lean muscle mass. If you haven’t already read parts 1 and 2, you can do so with the following links: Part 1 , Part 2 . If you have, then you will definitely want to finish off the series with this post as we will be covering a topic we often get a lot of questions about: Supplements.
MidwestFit Team: Aug 5, 2015
Earlier this week we posted Part 1 of a 3 part series regarding how to gain lean muscle mass. This post is Part 2 and talks about nutrition for gaining muscle. If you would like to read Part 1 about the workouts you can view that here.
MidwestFit Team: Aug 4, 2015
One of the main reasons people go to the gym is to put on lean muscle mass. Plain and simple the gym is full of people all looking to put on muscle and maintain or decrease their fat storage. It is something that is highly desired but often misunderstood. Should you be lifting for high or low reps? What exercises should you do and in what order? What supplements will help you reach your goals? What should you be eating and when? How many carbs, proteins, fats (macronutrients) do you need in a day? To address all this we are going to post a three part blog series. This is the first of that series and it will concentrate on the type of workouts you should be doing. So, without further ado, here we go…
MidwestFit Team: Jul 7, 2015
Let's be honest, most supplements sold today will not provide you with tangible results inside or outside the gym and some can be downright dangerous. They are either not backed by science, provided in too low of doses, or (as seen in a few cases lately) not even the product you purchased (see article at Forbes.com) aka a complete scam. That being said, there are a few supplements out there that can help your performance in the gym and have been properly studied to prove it. We will be exploring some of these supplements under our Supplements category as well as providing our favorite and most trusted products (note: we receive absolutely nothing from any company we recommend, we simply think it is the best product and a trusted brand). Today, we start with one of the most studied (if not the most) supplement out there: Creatine.