Scrolling through the online store or browsing the supplement aisle, the options of products seem endless. If you are a research nerd like me, it takes forever to choose as I don’t want to make the wrong one. Or maybe you are whimsical and grab the first thing that has some flashy packaging. Either way I want to simplify this process for you, especially for picking the right pre-workout.
There is not an easy way around fat burning. What is even more problematic is for those that have busy lifestyles that don’t allow for as much gym time as others. We all can get frustrated when we are lowering food intake and exercising more but then weight loss seems to slow down.
Creatine is such an old supplement it can get glazed over and forgotten about. Personally, I took creatine for the first time in 6th grade. The joke was “look at John’s biceps, it's only a big ball of creatine and water”. At the time it pissed me off like I wasn’t working hard and was cheating, but looking back now it’s pretty darn funny.
There are ways to make gains and continue to progress in bodybuilding as you age. Albeit, you may need to make adjustments and work around ailments due to age but you can still do it. How? John Jewett throws some pointers here.
Everyone wants huge arms. Who doesn't? But, sometimes it could be a glaring weakness in a physique that needs attention. Quite often with guys and girls that lack a muscular connection there, arm training could seem impossible to progress. John Jewett has some suggestions for you.
Are you interested in maximizing your fat loss progress or are you okay with hitting plateaus and staying exactly the same? If you identify with the former, then read up on John Jewett's latest article, where he throws out some tips on how to keep your fat loss moving forward.
Why do we train? For the pump. Ok maybe we train a little bit more than that, for other reasons, but the pump sure is fun. In this month, in my article I wrote, I give you three foods that I bet you're sleeping on and not eating that could really enhance the pump. So go check out this month's article and get to eating.
Athletes often desire big legs but few get to the level where they're happy with the size. That sound like you? If so, check out John Jewett's brand new article where he outlines 5 key tips on building up your quads.