Loading..
Processing... Please wait...

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.



 


Dominic Kennedy

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Dominic Kennedy
Meal prep is so important to make sure you have the right amount of calories, macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, and fat) and vegetables. Eating at a local subway or restaurant everyday will not cut it. We never really know exactly what these places are preparing their food with, let alone the portion size is usually way off (way too much food that is). It is vital to meal prep if you really want to have successful weight loss or muscle gain results. Knowing what type of protein you are going to eat (chicken, ground turkey, fish, etc.), the amount of complex carbohydrates (brown rice, sweet potatoes, etc.), and fat you are consuming will help you achieve your goals.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
In theory smoothies are a great way to pack in those vitamins and minerals from a variety of fruits and vegetables. All you have to do is cram in a ton of produce in that blender and blend away, right? And when you start up that regular smoothie routine, you might expect those extra pounds to just start falling off, right? After all, we are all told that to lose weight we need to make sure we are eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. The problem is that if you are not doing it right, your smoothies may be loaded with more calories and carbohydrates than you bargained for. When that happens, you will only end up sabotaging all of those awesome weight loss efforts you worked so hard for.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
We all know some of the obvious ways to get a flatter stomach are through a clean diet and good exercise. But there are definitely some little ninja secrets that will give you 6-abs up on your friends if you can incorporate them into your daily routines. Follow these little tips every day and you will be well on your way to shaping up those lean sexy abs.Read More

Monica Millage

OL Fitness & Nutrition Specialist

Monica Millage
If there is one thing that drives most fitness professionals crazy it’s constantly explaining to individuals that spot reduction is false. Spot reduction is defined as the belief that fat can be targeted for reduction in a specific area of the body. It is not surprising that so many people believe this idea when you consider the abundance of products on the market claiming to do this very thing. Couple that with our need for a quick fix and it is no surprise that according to market research from 2013, the weight loss industry was a $65 billion dollar industry. Wouldn’t life be so much easier if all those infomercials promising you “rock hard abs” were true? But just because we want to desperately believe it to be true does not make it any more so.Read More

Jeremy Scott

OL Healthy Living Coach

Jeremy Scott
Are you eating every 2-3 hours? Do you need to eat every 2-3 hours? What would happen if you didn’t eat for 8-12-16 hours or more? I have been Intermittent Fasting (IF) for just over 5 years now. I haven’t eaten breakfast in the traditional sense in over 5 years. I can say without a doubt IF has been hands down the most important piece in my nutrition and eating success, not only from a physique (how my body looks) standpoint but also from a health (how my body feels) standpoint. IF to many people is still very controversial to say the least, as it goes against the grain of traditional eating as we know it in the fitness world. So to get started let’s define what intermittent fasting is?Read More

5 Item(s)

Set Descending Direction