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Is There Such a Thing as Good Or Bad Food?

Hi everyone, before I go into this article, I wanted to introduce myself to Strength Cave followers! My name is Michael Navarro; I’m currently obtaining my Master’s of Nutrition and Public Health from

Skipping the Gym: Can You Get Fit Working Out at Home?

When it comes to getting in shape, there seems to be a specific recipe. Eat healthy and control your calories, and get a gym membership so you can start working out. Some even go so far as to hire a pe

A Primer on Flexible Dieting

Unless you are an experienced bodybuilder, powerlifter, or fitness athlete, you may not have ever heard the term flexible dieting. You’ve no doubt heard about various other dieting strategies either fr

Free Weights vs. Machines: Which is Better for You?

  Walk into the gym these days and you’ll quickly notice they are filled with tons of training equipment. So much so that it can be almost overwhelming to know what to do when you’re there. Depend

Is Stretching Actually Helpful?

  We have all heard the advice that is best to stretch before you exercise. They say it helps you limber up and perform better during exercise. And every time someone pulls a hamstring while doing

Best Ways to Calculate Your Training Load

When you first start lifting weights you enjoy a seemingly never ending run of gains. Even when your training is suboptimal, you manage to increase strength and muscle mass pretty quickly during those

The Difference Between Health and Performance

Whether it be losing weight, gaining muscle, or just living an active lifestyle we all start off on our fitness journey with some sort of main goal. Early on, our decisions are mostly geared towards im

Beginners Guide to Tracking Your Food Intake

The number of people who are concerned about their health has grown tremendously in recent years. We all want to know how to live longer and feel better. For a lot of people, those goals usually involv

The Many Benefits of Cardio

Years ago, aerobic exercise was all the rage and lifting weights was kind of weird. Anyone who wanted to be fit knew they had to do cardio to get the job done. People walked, ran, cycled, and swam thei

Is Stress Ruining Your Health?

These days it seems that everyone is stressed out. You overhear it in conversations, you see it on people’s faces, and you most likely feel it in your own life. Some even go so far as to wear their str

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