The 3 key strategies for effectively, and safely, "cutting weight"; Research based strategies for acute weight management pre-competition weigh-in
Many sports use "weight tiers / divisions" to reduce the chance of an unfair advantage. As is the case with most things, we, as humans, push these classifications right to...Read more
PCOS Explained; A growing, yet hugely misunderstood problem
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine (hormone) and metabolic disorders faced in pre-menopausal women. Affecting approximately one in five women (based on the new, more...Read more
Lifting insights; How much should I be eating to gain muscle mass but mitigate fat gain?
*My disclaimer, any and all recommendations that arise from this work will likely only be of value to drug free athletes. Additionally, we will only be covering how an individual...Read more
Sugar Addiction; An Objective Overview
What is Sugar Addiction? Sugar addiction refers to an individual's addiction to "free" or "added" sugars. That is, sugars which are not naturally present in a food stuff, meal etc....Read more
Can Caffeine Improve Muscular Strength & Power Performance?
Caffeine in exercise/ sport We here at OUTWRK have our own mini mount Rushmore of ergogenic (performance enhancing) aids. The three Cs - carbohydrates, creatine and caffeine. These three consumables...Read more
Weight Loss - A New Tool In The Tool Box?
Disclaimer, this is not a lead in to a new book, nor is it us trying to sell you the secret to weight loss but it's an interesting and developing...Read more
Does Crossfit Cause More Injuries? - The Current Status Quo
Increased risk of injury is commonly associated with Crossfit and is one of the key concerns it’s critics cite most frequently, especially across the various forms of social media. Crossfit...Read more