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Top 5 Explosive Lower Body Exercises

If you’re looking to increase your explosive power and athletic performance, add these exercises to your workouts.

30 / 01 / 2017 1R

Best Butt Exercises For Athletes

The Athlete's Most Important Muscle

When working out, many people focus on training the obvious muscle groups such as abs, chest, and “curls for the girls,” but what is the athlete's most important muscle? While these all play important roles, they are by far not the only ones needed for optimal athletic performance.  

29 / 01 / 2017 1Result

The Most Overlooked Muscles for Athletes

Think beach body workouts are making you a better athlete?

29 / 01 / 2017 1R
Intact Versus Functional Fiber

Steel cut oats or Fiber One? An in-depth look at the different types of fiber, and their effects on your health. OneResult’s Carolyn Brown as already done an excellent job of detailing the benefits of dietary fiber so, without rehashing her flawless argument, I’ll get straight to the point: we need a lot of fiber in our diets, and most of us aren’t getting enough. Unfortunately, the simplicity ends there, as there are hundreds of different types of fibers, some of which occur naturally in foods and some that are isolated, extracted, or manmade. There are so many fibers, in fact, that in 2...

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The Top 5 Pull-up Variations

Tired of the traditional pull-up? These modifications will redefine how you feel about the best upper body exercise out there.

22 / 01 / 2017 1R

Tasty Post Workout Protein Shakes

Tired of the same old protein shakes post workout? Mix things up with these new supplement recipes.

20 / 01 / 2017 1Result

Developing An Explosive Core

Why the 500 crunches you do every night are insufficient.

19 / 01 / 2017 1R

Speed Training Phase 3: Bring Out the Big Guns

Real speed improvement starts and ends with this program, and Phase 3 ties it all together.

17 / 01 / 2017 1R

The OneResult Winter Program - Phase 3

Keep your muscle building, fat shedding, progress going this winter with the third and final phase of the 1R Winter Program.

16 / 01 / 2017 1R

Top Back to School Workout Tips

Holiday's are over. School’s back. Maybe you stayed in great shape these past few weeks. Maybe you fell off the wagon. Either way, these workout tips will help you build muscle, lose fat, and help you get to where you wanna be.

14 / 01 / 2017 1Result

Unhealthy Salads That Will Ruin Your Six Pack

In some instances, your diet would be better off with bacon cheeseburgers instead of these high calorie, incredibly unhealthy salads.

12 / 01 / 2017 1R
Go Out. Have Fun. Look Great.

Little changes, not large sacrifices, can have a big impact on your body composition. Once again, the time has come for the masses to make resolutions they’ll inevitably be unable to keep. Sure that sounds pessimistic, but it’s the truth. There’s a reason 92% of New Year’s resolutions fail, and that a whopping 80% of them fail before January 20th. But for many people, the problem is their goals are simply unrealistic. For instance, if we told the 1R community, “If you want to lose weight and get cut up, limit your drinks to single digits every week” our comments section would literally...

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Gluten-Free for Athletes: Pt 2

Now that you’ve decided to go gluten-free, what can you eat?? Get the low-down on gluten-free foods here. Oh, the world of processed foods. Though we may occasionally be thankful for their existence (like when tuck at a truck stop), in general, they tend to make our lives much more complicated. Especially when it comes to gluten. If we milled our own grains, or lived before the proliferation of industrial food production, a gluten-free diet would be basically self-explanatory. Gluten is only found naturally in three foods: wheat, rye, and barley. So, in order to go gluten-free, you have...

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Speed Training Phase 2: Starting to Move

Once you’ve built the foundation, these exercises will take your speed to the next level.

10 / 01 / 2017 1R


Jan 2017

The Soy Questions

Looking at the research behind soy’s potential pitfalls. There are two camps regarding soy and its protein derivatives. One group lauds soy for its protein content and suggested ability to help fight cancer, obesity, heart disease, and insulin resistance. The other disparages soy for being an incomplete source of protein that raises estrogen levels and causes manboobs. Let’s take a closer look at the research to determine whether or not this form of protein is actually good for you and your body composition. Does Soy Boost Estrogen Levels? 1R’s own Carolyn Brown shot down this sup...

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What Is Oatmeal, and What's Its Deal?

Let's talk some about oatmeal, its different types, and why mixing oatmeal into your routine is a healthy must if you want to lose weight. 

04 / 01 / 2017 1R

Supplemental Leucine: Fad or Fitness Fixture?

The science behind leucine and muscle growth.

04 / 01 / 2017 1R

How to Improve Your 40 Yard Dash Time

The 40 yard dash is important. Here are four tips, drills, and videos to help you run it faster.

03 / 01 / 2017 1Result

Effective Exercises to Improve Your First Step

So you weren't born quick. Here are exercises and workouts to help you become faster, quicker, and more explosive.

03 / 01 / 2017 1Result
How to Put on Lean Muscle Mass

If you’re looking to add weight and get stronger, this is the one article you must read. So you want to put on 5,10 or even 15 lbs? Do you want to know the secret? Well here it is: You have to eat big, to get big. Food is the most anabolic thing you can put in your body. If you want to put on some appreciable mass, you need to start by eating more food. More specifically you need to stop working about “losing your six pack” and start eating more nutrient rich and calorie dense food. I deal with a ton of high school athletes, all of whom want to add on more lean muscle mass. Below is a sys...

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