Javier Colomer

Javier Colomer

Passionate about sport and sport nutrition as a way of life

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About the author

He knows how to communicate his experience in the world of sports in each one of his articles, since he started doing exercise when he was just a child up until now.

Even if he has not focused his studies on this issue, his passion for sport and divulgation soon led him to start writing his articles.

He continues to advance and share its particular vision about training and sport nutrition with the world thanks to his interest in reinventing himself while still learning through courses and seminars, as well as through self-learning, which he has been able to perfect after years of studying a very demanding degree.

He is the author of the BPT (Beatman Performance Training), which is constantly calling the attention of fitness enthusiasts who are looking for new strategies because they have reached a point of stagnation in their training methodology. Or for those who want motivating and effective approaches when it comes to keeping the love for sports alive.

He participated in the 5th Edition of the “Fitness School” along with other both national and international renowned speakers from the divulgation field. He also made a practical demonstration of the BPT system.

His motto “Knowledge Makes Me Stronger” is the clearest way of describing his stance when approaching the world of knowledge, particularly the Fitness field.

Studies and Experience

  • Degree in Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Malaga.
  • Master in Electronic Systems at the University of Malaga.
  • NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer® (NSCA-CPT®)
  • HSN Blog Manager and Coordinator - Blogger and Copywriting SEO

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Latest Posts


When you are already familiar with another type of creatine, you may be wondering: is Creapure® worth it? There are several formats available from the “King” of sports supplementation. However, it is not really a specific type, but rather a quality seal from creatine monohydrate. What are its main features? A high quality and safety. Find out more about this …

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Creatine is one of the most effective supplements for physical exercise. There are several types available, but the monohydrate is actually the best format It has the best safety register, most of the scientific support and it is at least as effective as any other format. Moreover, it is usually the most common and it has the lowest price. What …

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More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they need to take care of themselves. Sometimes, said need springs from a health problem such as having high cholesterol levels. In those circumstances, we tend to take medicines (statins), whose side effects can threaten our health at the same time. In fact, Coenzyme Q10 is probably one of …

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Here you have a recipe to cook a Fitness Spanish Omelette. It will not taste like the typical Spanish Omelette since it has not fat, but it is a great choice if we want to stay healthy. How to cook a Fitness Spanish Omelette A picture is worth a thousands words… I hope you like it, I personally love it! …

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Creatine is an indispensable supplement for any athlete. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about it. What is Creatine? It is an organic acid produced by our body (in the liver) by combining 3 amino acids: arginine, glycine and methionine. Later on, it is stored in the muscle fibers. Creatine, what is it for? …

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In this article, we are going to talk about a high performance protein: PeptoPro® Either if you are a professional or amateur, it would be useful to understand which are the most efficient proteins. In fact, this will be important if you train at a high intensity. Needs of Athletes One of the most critical points that all athletes have …

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Vitamin B12 is available in different foods and it is also called cobalamin or cyanocobalamin. It belongs to the large group of water-soluble vitamins which are in charge of: preserving the myelin sheath of the nerve cells, producing hemoglobin, transforming fatty acids into energy and, to a lesser extent, synthesizing DNA and neurotransmitters. Problems caused by a Vitamin B12 Deficiency …

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A great recipe that you can enjoy for breakfast or afternoon snack with gluten-free buckwheat pancakes Gluten-free Buckwheat Pancakes Recipe Gluten-free Buckwheat Pancakes Review Easy to make - 89% Easy to find ingredients - 74% Nutrient value - 89% Flavor - 85% 84% HSN Evaluation: 5 /5

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Pycnogenol is an extract from maritime pine (Pinus Pinaster). These trees are native to the southwest area of France, close to Bordeaux. In fact, the pines grow for 30-50 years without using pesticides nor herbicides. What is pycnogenol? For the last 40 years, the extract has been deeply studied. Actually, it has more than 370 published studies and reviews that …

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When we want to lose weight, our real objective will be to Lose Fat, otherwise we would compromise our muscle tissue. In fact, plays a crucial role in this process. Let’s find out why… Protein to lose weight Take a correct amount of protein A proper intake of protein helps to preserve the muscle mass and stimulates its growth. Therefore, …

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Maca Infusion with some ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, honey and orange… Can you think of an infusion with more properties than this one? Let’s not forget that infusions are not only for the winter. Write down how to make this recipe in order to get a nutrient supply at any time of the year. Do not stop taking it during the …

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The last week or third week of the Chest-Leg routine (first micro-cycle) from the Hypertrophy Routine The following weeks will consist of a Full-Body routine, reducing the workout frequency to 3 days. For now, we will maintain our F2 pattern both for the upper and lower body. As always, we are going to add new things to the routine in …

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Let’s continue with our Hypertrophy Routine, now onto the Chest-Leg 2nd Week, there is still a third one coming. Stay tuned! As always, before revealing the routine, let’s have a look at some concepts and ideas. As we advance on this hypertrophy macrocycle made up of to strength mesocycles, we will get closer to pure hypertrophy with this Chest-Leg routine. …

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are made up of amino acid chains. These are the basic units to grow muscle that also perform several essential physiological . But, how do we exactly have to take protein? Why take Protein powder? You have probably heard about this product. In fact, you probably know someone that uses it. Usually, the most common question is: Why do you …

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