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Muscle & Fitness - October 2014
BrinkZone - July 2014 I (Will) recently did a video on ARA which discusses a study that found ARA had positive effects on strength and muscle mass, but was not able to give details on the study at that time as it had yet to be published as an abstract or full paper. Finally, Monica now covers the meat of what most people really want to know about ARA: Can it increase strength and
Research to date indicates it may be an effective way to maximize your body's natural response to training, allowing you to break through barriers and get the most out of the hard work you do in the gym. Read Article Here
Perfect Body - Sept-Oct 2014 Perfect Body - Nov-Dec 2014 Perfect Body - Jan-Feb 2015
Athletic Majority Magazine
It may be wise to supplement your diet with arachidonic acid. Past research has shown that trained men (albeit endurance-trained) presented a 42% decrement in the skeletal muscle cell membrane O-6: O-3 ratio (1). Translation: an increase in activity levels depletes O-6 fatty acid levels from skeletal muscle that are available for prostaglandin synthesis, further necessitating arachidonic acid supplementation. Read Full Article Here