BPI Sports is introducting a new thermogenic weight-loss supplement, Roxy.
Roxy is BPI’s new, advanced fat-burner, and seems to be an upgraded formulation of it’s older version Roxy Lean.
What’s Inside Roxy?
Roxy provides a proprietary blend of several different ingredients: caffeine, boerhaavia extract, ginger extract, lycopene, and yohimbine hcl.
Caffeine is a ubiquitous weight-loss ingredient found in several competing fat burners and is used to optimize weight loss and provide additional energy.
Boerhaavia extract is commonly used as an anti-inflammatory. Consequently, anti-inflammatories are often included in weight-loss supplements in an effort to combat weight gain, one of the body’s responses that are intricately related to inflammation. 
Ginger is another ingredient that is used to aid inflammation. Also, a pilot study found that ginger consumption enhanced thermogenesis and also curbed hunger feelings, further validating this ingredient as a weight-loss proponent.  [click to continue…]
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Looking for a cardio workout that will drip the fat off and that will also change it up from the boring treadmill or elliptical?
Rowing is an all-over body workout because it’s cardio that utilizes your back, core and arms, says Claudia.
“[Rowing is] obviously excellent for cardio and you use, in order, your legs and then your back and then your arms. So there are other sports that are good [for fitness], but they usually focus on one or two body parts as opposed to all of them,” says Claudia.
In fact, rowing is not only a good workout for those who want to get in shape, it can also increase an athlete’s performance in other sports. “A lot of colleges are now having basketball teams sit on rowing machines to teach them body discipline,” says Claudia.
Another positive aspect of rowing is that it increases core strength. It also increases flexibility, balance, and can even be used in rehab for an injured shoulder or back. “I think it’s great, and you can do it forever,” says Claudia. “Once you learn how to row, you can do it when you’re 90.”
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The Truth About The Caveman Diet
So what makes this diet so popular? Well the title really says it all. The Caveman Diet or Paleo Diet as most refer to it by, is based on food the caveman ate back in the Paleolithic Age. The whole concept of this diet is to eat healthier by consuming the food that our bodies are intended to eat, food that is natural and comes from good old mother nature. In other words hunter gatherer foods, which is the only thing that was available to ancient man before the big agricultural boom some 10,000 years ago.
Contrary to what you may be thinking, cavemen were actually athletic individuals. Seeing as how they had to hunt and gather their food and even travel long distances at times to do so, made them very fit. The food that they ate played a big role in their athletic abilities as well as their health. Ancient man knew what foods to avoid in order to survive and got plenty of exercise.
So what does the caveman diet consist of? [click to continue…]
We all know good old fashioned milk can do us all the world of good but did you know? There is another type of milk actually much more beneficial in terms or properties? It may be a bit harder to find in the supermarket but well worth looking for a variety of great reasons.
It also tastes great! Well in this feature you’ll discover a lot more so read on and be prepared for some surprises along the way thanks to almond milk!
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10 teaspoons of SUGAR hit your system. This is 100 percent of your recommended daily intake, and the only reason you don’t VOMIT as a result of the overwhelming sweetness is because phosphoric acid cuts the flavor. Your blood sugar spikes, and your liver responds to the resulting insulin burst by turning massive amounts of […]
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Knowing the best heart rate to burn fat is crucial when you do cardio to get rid of some extra weight. Usually we tend to imagine that the more cardio, the more fat we burn. But is it always true? The answer may surprise you as it surprised me when I found out. I think it is […]
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Apple cider vinegar is our new obsession in the Pumpd fit family. I recently began taking apple cider vinegar shots (1 tablespoon) a few times a day for a quick and effective energy burst. However, I've since discovered several other useful ways to incorporate apple cider vinegar (which I will refer to as ACV in […]
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If you feel like your appetite has a mind of its own, you're not alone. Taking a look at your habits and revamping your daily rituals can renew your relationship with food and tame your hunger pangs. And of course, the best way to go about this is naturally. Drink more water: Plenty of people […]
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There are pecs and then there are boobs. And it turns out, up to 50 percent of men in the U.S. have the latter, according to a review from the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. And FYI, the condition’s called gynecomastia. But don’t buy stock in the bro (thanks, Kramer!) just yet. Assuming you aren’t […]
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The main ingredient in MYO-X is a follistatin-rich extract of egg yolk known as MYO-T12. Follistatin is a protein that has been shown to inhibit myostatin, the protein that inhibits muscle from growing “too big.” You’ve probably seen photos of mice, cattle, and even a human baby with a natural myostatin defect that caused them […]
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