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    Human Growth Hormone And Exercise.

    By: Shannon Clark

    Two of the biggest factors that play a role in the release of human growth hormone are sleep and exercise. How do HGH and the others effect each other? To learn more about these and what you can do then please read on...

    Date Added: Nov 14, 2005

  • Ric's Corner: Tip Of The Week - Fenugreek.

    By: Ric Drasin

    This week, Ric's back to his supp stash to dig out one of his favorites: the often misunderstood and under-appreciated herb fenugreek and it's inexpensive muscle building properties.

    Date Added: Nov 23, 2010

  • Resistance Training And Rest Periods - New Research Could Mean You Building More Muscle!

    By: John Bosse

    There is a lot of information out there about the best way to gain muscle mass. It can be confusing. Find out what the newest research on resistance training and rest periods means for you below!

    Date Added: Jun 7, 2010

  • Growth Hormone: What Is It And What Does It Do - An Expert's View!

    By: David Robson

    Since its inception, and first application as a bodybuilding super-substance GH has remained an anabolic that has attracted many conflicting opinions and has been shrouded in mystery. I sought some answers. Learn more.

    Date Added: Aug 4, 2009

  • Why Are We Trying To Enhance GH, And... Is It Working?

    By: Topic Of The Week

    Why are we trying to enhance GH, and... is it working? Many of us have heard all about the use of growth hormones. However, how many of us know how they work, or why they work? Learn more.

    Date Added: Jun 12, 2008

  • Medical And Personal Studies On The Effects Of Discontinuation Of Growth Hormone.

    By: FitforLife

    As a child who was GH deficiant I wanted to test myself to see if there would be any long term effects after ending the GH therapy. Check out my results right here.

    Date Added: Jul 21, 2005

  • Growth Hormone And Obesity!

    By: Par Deus

    By: Nandi. Growth Hormone - What is it and what does it do? Ever wondered what the hype about Growth Hormone (GH) is all about? Read on and you will discover the science behind the truth...

    Date Added: Dec 11, 2003

  • Prohormones and Target Hormones

    By: Big Cat

    This is a piece I have sat down to write to allow people to understand the concept of prohormones better. The actions of prohormones are not limited to, but largely based on the fact that they convert to another hormonal substance, often an illegal compound in pure form, via natural enzymes.

    Date Added: Oct 25, 2002

  • High-Intensity Sprinting To Increase HGH!

    By: Phil Campbell

    Whatever the method, the goal is to reach all four critical benchmarks during fitness training necessary for HGH release.

    Date Added: Aug 27, 2002

  • Growth Hormone Information


    Growth Hormone, a polypeptide hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary gland that regulates tissue growth, cellular repair, energy levels, fat loss, and muscle growth, is the latest advance in bodybuilding supplementation!

    Date Added: May 8, 2002

  • Growth Hormone

    By: Big Cat

    With thousands of supplements to rave about, an entire cloaked market of potent steroids and the debate about their legalization, why on earth would anyone want to discuss Human Growth Hormone (hGH)?

    Date Added: Dec 21, 2001

  • Natural Ways of Producing More Growth Hormone

    By: Mark Howard

    I continually try to find a competitive edge whether it is nutrition and supplementation or some type of plyometrics that I could punish myself with.

    Date Added: Dec 21, 2001

  • GABA


    GABA has some startling effects on promoting fat loss. How does this work? GABA stimulates the production of Human Growth Hormone (HGH). It is HGH that has been found in studies to facilitate the metabolism of fats in the body. HGH is also known for it’s powerful muscle-building effects. Increasing HGH is definitely a good thing, especially for bodybuilders. Get the latest info!

    Date Added: May 6, 1999