Each time you train, you have to raise the bar just a little bit more than last time to progress. Intensity must be high, blood flow maximized, and focus sharp. Why not supplement with something that will dial up all those factors?
Quad injuries suck, but they aren't the end of the road. There is life in the gym and stage after this. Just 19 weeks after a quad tendon rupture, Shawn Smith is back hitting his legs. How? Let him tell you.
IFBB Pro Shawn Smith is absolutely shredded right now. There are no two ways about it. He's just completely peeled, head to toe. His fat burner of choice during this contest prep was Animal Cuts Powder. See how he rates it in his latest article.
The holiday season is a tough time for competitors and those of us who are serious about progress because we're so used to being regimented. Do we eat whatever? Do we bring our meals? What do we do? You'll find some guidance in Shawn Smith's latest article.
Shawn Smith knows a thing or two about putting a ton of muscle on his frame. In fact, he knows at least three. If you want some pointers on how to add some extra mass, tune in to his latest article where he highlights his top three tips on how to do just that.
People commonly ask us if Immune Pak and Animal Pak contain the same ingredients, and if they should be taking both or one or the other. Check out Shawn Smith's latest article to see when and why he uses these products, what they do, and how he structures his protocol.
When you're the size of IFBB Pro Shawn Smith and carry the amount of muscle he does, you have to eat a certain way. This isn't just a fly-by-night plan. It's calculated and precise. Check out what's on Shawn's plate in his latest article.
You tryin' to get huge? Then you're going to have to put a plan in place for your off-season nutrition. You can't tiptoe around eating like a bird and expect to be some monster that people stare at. Doesn't work that way. No one knows this better than Shawn Smith. Go read his latest article.
A massive back is a status symbol among bodybuilders. Much like the ever-coveted big legs, having a back that turns heads is an indicator that an athlete has put in the heavy-duty work. You don't acquire a thick cobra backside by doing sissy movements, half repping, and training lightly. You have to put some elbow grease into it. Shawn Smith shares some tips for building a massive back.