Marco D Angelo

Marco D Angelo

PhD in biochemistry, specialized in enzymology and metabolic biochemistry with a background in pharmacology, he works in a molecular biology laboratory and in his spare time works as a high-performance trainer in addition to assisting other coaches.

Pro-tip of the day: Post-activation potentiation

The post-activation potentiation is an effect that occurs at the muscular level that consists of an abundant improvement of muscular performance after a stimulus that has been received previously. It can be very useful for Powerlifting and Strongman practitioners when they want to set a new record due to the notable improvements that are given […]Read More

Under the Scope: DNP

DNP is one of the most effective substances when it comes to burning fat, but also one of the most dangerous because if it is misused or an allergic reaction occurs, the user can die. Theory It works by the uncoupling process of oxidative phosphorylation (decreases the rate of formation of phosphate bonds and stimulates […]Read More

Pro-tip of the day: combining Creeping Death and Doggcrapp

Two of my favorite training methodologies are John Meadows’ Mountain Dogg and Dante Trudel’s Doggcrapp, both stand out for their powerful intensity and in my opinion, they are very useful in a bulking phase to promote muscle growth, therefore I am going to adapt John Meadows’ Creeping Death 2 book and Doggcrapp’s main guidelines to […]Read More

Protip: Nicotine Precompetition

Nicotine can become a very interesting supplement for the final stages of a competition or in a short cutting phase for different reasons. It performs a function of mimicking Acetylcholine, causing an increase in catecholamines such as dopamine and adrenaline, its effects are similar to those of a drug such as clenbuterol or stimulants such […]Read More

Pro tip of the day: Combining Myo-Reps with FST-7

There are two very interesting training methodologies, one of them consists of doing effective repetitions after reaching failure (Myo-Reps) and the other consists of stretching the fascia that covers the muscle (FST-7) , both combined can give a very good result. In the last set of each exercise, the following should be done: With a […]Read More

The modern approach: fat burning protocol 2020

Today one of the most sought after effects in the fitness and health sector is fat loss, we are going to provide you with a protocol consisting of training, supplementation and diet focused on fat loss and that its validity has been proven. Training We are going to focus on a metabolic type training for […]Read More

Harm prevention: infection/abcess

An abscess is the last step of the immune response to an infection, it is the result of the combination of germs with the body’s immune responses. When the infection occurs, the white blood cells cause the blood to enter the area, increasing the temperature and the redness of the area, this added to the […]Read More

Video: How hard should you train from the experts perspectives

Recently the Canadian athlete and youtuber Jeff Nippard made a video interviewing 5 of the greatest personalities in the training world: Mike Israetel, John Meadows, Stefi Cohen, Eric Helms and Greg Nuckols, with a simple question: How hard should you train to build Muscle? These were their responses: Dr. Mike Israetel: we must train hard […]Read More

Rapid Fat Loss Protocol from Lyle McDonald

In the book Rapid Fat Loss Handbook Lyle Mcdonald shows a simple way to lose fat and weight quickly and if some principles applied to the specific physiology of the athlete are followed, the least amount of muscle mass possible will be lost, this protocol is very useful in face a minicut in the middle […]Read More