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Bo Buser

Macros For Your Goals Part 2: Macros for Bulking

You can be “strong like bull”. You can keep crushing PRs. You can add amazing strength gains while maintaining a lean look… and macros for bulking can get you there!

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Ali Macy

How to Eat More Carbs: Easy Carb Diet Hacks

At some point in your journey, your nutrition coach may suggest adding more carbohydrates to your routine. This will probably get you wondering how to eat more carbs in a way that supports your body composition and/or performance goals.

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Katherine Hyatt Hawkins

The Best Protein Bars for Muscle Gain

Choosing the best protein bars for muscle gain is no easy task. If you think you are indecisive at choosing a show on Netflix, try going down the protein bar aisle at the grocery store! The options are endless, and unfortunately, they are not all healthy options. Let’s be honest, some protein bars on the market may as well be in the candy aisle. Luckily, not all grab-and-go protein alternatives are unhealthy.

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Emily Camacho

Macros for Muscle Gain

Do you want to know a secret? How about some of the biggest secrets of macros for muscle gain? Regardless of your goals, muscle mass is a critical component for athletic performance and long-term health. We’re covering everything from why nutrition is important, to what your macros for muscle gain should be. Come along for the ride and let's get you some gains!

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Josh Holton

The Best CrossFit Workouts for Weight Loss

Many people get into CrossFit because of their weight loss goals. This begs the question, what are the best CrossFit workouts for weight loss? Are some workout styles more effective in fat burning than others? What about strength building and losing fat at the same time?

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Ali Macy

Healthy Summer BBQ Tips

For those of us that aren't blessed with year-round warm weather, the return of the sun means it's time for barbecue season!

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Emily Camacho

Is Alcohol a Macronutrient? Counting Alcohol in Your Macros

There is often a lot of confusion when it comes to how to track your alcoholic beverages correctly. At WAG Nutrition, we help you figure out how to track alcohol correctly and navigate the challenge of balancing your nutrition choices in a way that is enjoyable, and sustainable but also gets you to your goals.

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Ali Macy

How to Lose Fat and Gain Muscle at the Same Time

It’s one of the most frequently asked questions in health and fitness: How do I gain muscle and lose fat at the same time? Some people phrase it differently, asking, “How do I replace fat with muscle?”or “can I gain muscle while losing fat?” and wonder how much to eat to lose fat and gain muscle. We’re here today to answer these questions!

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Ali Macy

Understanding Metabolism: How Undereating Hinders Results

What is your metabolism, why does it change so much from person to person and how does the amount you eat impact how many calories you burn each day?

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Ali Macy

CrossFit Open Tips From WAG Nutrition Coaches

The CrossFit Open is an exciting time whether you’re new to the game or have been at it for a while. At WAG Nutrition, we’ve coached hundreds of clients through one of the most popular CrossFit community events so naturally, we have some advice to give.

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Anna Winton

Should I Bulk, Cut, Reverse or Maintain?

If you’ve ever wondered something like… “Should I bulk, cut or maintain my weight?” “What is bulking, anyway?”  “How can I reverse diet without gaining weight?” “How does weight maintenance work?” Or, “How do I cut weight and still feel my best?” ...this article is for you.

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Alexa Mina Colwell

How to Make Weight for a Weightlifting Competition

Currently trying to make weight for a weightlifting competition? Here are our tips and tricks to help you make weight for your sport - straight from a seasoned WAG Coach and international-level weightlifter. There are many sports out there that may require you to fall into a specific weight class to be eligible for competition. Weightlifting, powerlifting, judo, boxing and wrestling are just some of the sports that require athletes to be divided into weight classes and ‘make weight’ in that category.