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Elliot is a raw powerlifter who enjoys researching the science behind how the human body works. He has a BS in Biochemistry.
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About Elliot Reimers

Occupation/Education: Lab Research Assistant; BS in Biochemistry at the University of Minnesota with hopes of graduate studies in Clinical Endocrinology.

Training Ambitions: 1000lb or higher 3-lift total in the 165lb-class in a raw powerlifting meet, and help others achieve their goals.

About Me:  I have been weight training since high school and it has grown into a passion of mine ever since. Moreover, I’ve spent countless hours researching nutrition, weight lifting, cardio, supplements, etc. I thoroughly enjoy the science behind how the human body works and implementing research findings to improve our health and physiques; knowledge is useless until you put it into action.

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Complete Guide To Protein Anabolism And Catabolism
Complete Guide To Protein Anabolism And Catabolism
Explore the meaning of anabolism and catabolism in this comprehensive guide to the physiological factors and hormones that impact muscle growth and muscle loss.
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Betancourt Nutrition’s PUMP’D
The Science Behind Betancourt Nutrition’s PUMP’D
Elliot Reimers provides the inside scoop on the science behind Betancourt Nutrition's hot new pre-workout Pump'D, which provides massive pumps through nitric oxide support.
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Inside Look At 12 Common Bodybuilding Gym Habits
An Inside Look At 12 Common Bodybuilding Workout Habits
Elliot Reimers helps you to make sense of common and sometimes crazy gym practices. Grunting, belts, international chest day and muscle confusion. It's all here!
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Inside Look At 12 Bodybuilding Nutrition Habits
Myth vs. Fact: Inside Look At 12 Bodybuilding Nutrition Habits
Post-workout Pop-tarts, egg whites and stoking the metabolism. The world of muscle building nutrition has some odd habits. Find out which are legit, and which might be a waste of time.
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Are You Training Or Working Out?
Stop Working Out And Start Training: 4 Steps To Better Results
If you're trying to build muscle, it doesn't matter how much you sweat in the gym. Learn why chasing after anything other than progression is a waste of time.
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Complete Keto Diet Guide
Ultimate Guide To The Keto Diet With Sample Meal Plan
Taks an inside look at the low-carb ketogenic diet, and it's 3 variations: standard, cyclical and targeted keto dieting. Guide includes sample eating plans and recipes.
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D-Aspartic Acid Benefits, Dosages & FAQ
The Ultimate D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) Guide: Benefits, Dosages & FAQ
This complete guide explores the benefits and dosages of D-Aspartic Acid supplements. Learn about DAA and how it can help you reach your goals.
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Are Barbell Squats Dangerous?
Are Barbell Squats Dangerous?
Squats are the king of all exercises, but do the risks of performing them outweigh the benefits? If you want to know just how dangerous barbell squats really are, read on!
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Whey vs. Casein Protein: Which Should You Use?
Whey vs. Casein Protein Powder: Which Should You Use?
Find out the differences between whey and casein protein powder, and how they both can benefit athletic performance, muscle building and the fat loss process.
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Getting Shredded: Do You Need To Go Low Carb?
Cutting Diets & Carbohydrates: Do You Need To Go “Low-carb?”
It is considered an absolute truth that to get shredded you must cut or cycle carbohydrate intake. Learn why carbs might just be helpful during periods of fat loss.
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Michael Adebesin
Posted Wed, 11/28/2012 - 01:09

This article is a masterpiece.Thank you for taking the time to writing it. It is very educative in the area of working out and life's endeavor in general. It was well put together and eloquently written;It is very, very inspirational.

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Elliot
Posted Mon, 12/03/2012 - 12:16

Thank you Michael, I appreciate you taking the time to read it!

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David
Posted Sat, 03/02/2013 - 17:39

i've read several of your articles and think they have all been great reads and informative. Keep up the good work!

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Elliot
Posted Fri, 03/29/2013 - 18:17

Thanks David, I really appreciate the feedback!

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yvette
Posted Mon, 08/26/2013 - 18:03

Your articles are very informative and easy to understand; thank you for that! I noticed in your bio that you are interested in endocrinology and are currently a lab research assistant. I have a question that perhaps you can answer. I was recently diagnosed with Cushing's Syndrome; what is the best way to supplement protein (and what types of protein) in order to prevent further catabolism? I've been combing the internet and have been unable to find any information in regard to hypercortisolism and protein supplementation. I appreciate any information you could provide!

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jason.kolbo
Posted Thu, 12/19/2013 - 12:22

thanksfor the article i find it interesting and going to try it. only thing is ikeep trying to get help on what things to eat and how to do it. i wouls apreciate any help youcould give me on what are carbs and not i have problemin finding right amount to eat to equl out what i put out.

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Maria Z
Posted Sun, 09/28/2014 - 16:09

I read all your info. I am a lady and I have issues losing weight from "Antidepressant Discontinuetion Syndrome". What that means is I suddenly stopped an antidepressant I was on for 25 years and it became a nightmare for me, one of the horrors was a sudden weight loss. That I what I need help with. I do not want to get muscles, just want to gain weight.

The question to you is when one loses weight does that mean they lose muscles?

What could help me gain weight?

It states: "Elliot is a raw powerlifter who enjoys researching the science behind how the human body works. He has a BS in Biochemistry." Well I need your expert help what can help me gain weight? God Bless you in advance

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