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Creatine, Free Radicals, and TAS: A New Model For Creatine Use?

If supplementation with creatine monohydrate reduces Total Antioxidant Status, should we reconsider how we recommend its use to team sport athletes? Creatine is one of the most well-researched performance supplements in the world. Aside from its clear benefits to performance, it also has data proving its efficacy for infants and seniors for treating certain cognitive/neurological disorders. […]
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Young Athletes, Strength Training, and Weight Gain

I think young athletes and their parents would be happy to learn that beginning a strength training program can result in significant weight gain for both girls and boys. This post will detail the mechanisms by which we at AXIS Performance + Training have seen increases in bodyweight between 20lbs and 50lbs in a typical span of twelve to twenty-four months. We will explore this topic with a mix of anecdotal experience as well as what we know from the scientific literature.
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The Water Rules

Water is one of the most versatile tools athletes can use in their daily quest to augment performance and achieve longer, more fulfilling careers. As such, there is more than one way to drink it. Let's talk about some of the ways that you can drink water to make it do more for your body.
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