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Hi, we are the Emerging Athletes. We believe the key to a happy and successful life depends on mastering four underlying pillars:
Fitness, Productivity, Mindfulness, and Nutrition. Emerging Athlete is here to help You with just that.
Step by step you get better and better. Keep improving and trust the process.
A strong body builds the basis of an Emerging Athlete. We are always in shape and ready to perform.
Time efficiency and the right habits facilitate a happy and successful life.
High Performance in any area can only be achieved through inner peace and harmony.
Food is our fuel.
The right nutrition builds a foundation for a strong body and a happy life.
Do you think a chocolate bar will take you out of the afternoon low and give you the energy for the last hours of the day? You’re wrong buddy. On the contrary, sugar makes you tired and robs your energy. So does sugar influence mental performance? Everything you need to know about sugar and mental
You have never heard of acetyl-L-carnitine? It is also referred to as “L-carnitine for the brain”, and is part of most supplements and is gaining popularity in both medicine and sports. But does Acetyl-L-Carnitine benefit the brain? What is Acetyl-L-Carnitine? Acetyl-L-carnitine, short ALCAR, is an essential substance that plays an important role in energy production
The time has come again. New year, afresh new year’s resolutions. Who hasn’t made them at least once in their life? In all probability most of you, like myself. We all know that most of the time they don’t work out as initially planned. It’s hard to go to the gym 3 times per week.
Today we’ll complete the shoulder volume series. After we already covered the front and side delts, it’s time to take a closer look at the optimal rear delt volume. While reading this article you probably notice that a lot of parameters look alike the values from the previous article about side delts. Is this a
Anyone who wants to build muscle mass properly must lift heavy weights to the utmost. Anything less than 65% of the 1-Repetition Maximum (1RM) does not cause any hypertrophic effects, according to the American College of Sports Medicine. But are these recommendations still timely? A few years ago, Japanese researchers presented a training method that
After we’ve covered most muscles of the upper body, it’s time to take a look at the oftentimes neglected lower body. Getting a spot to do bench press in a gym is one of the hardest things whereas squat racks tend to be empty all the time. Everybody in the gym wants to have that