In your quest to get big, don’t overlook the importance of digestion. If you cannot digest the amount of food you need to take in, you will spin your wheels. There are many foods (and supplements) that support proper digestion. Listen in as two of the most health conscious athletes in the sport, Evan Centopani and John Jewett, discuss their favorite digestive aids.
It's no secret that eating well is part of bodybuilding and fitness in general. You have to be smart about what you put in your mouth because it will affect your look and your performance in the gym. Unfortunately, not everyone has the nutritional knowledge that leads to optimal results. Derek Lunsford gives us an overview about eating healthy in his article “What is healthy?”
You’ve seen plenty of our athletes food shop within a specific budget. While “Big on a Budget” and “Huge on a Hundred” contain valuable information on how to shop with limited funds, it doesn’t always reflect their actual nutrition plan. Check out what powerlifter Pete Rubish grabs off the shelves when we turn him loose in the grocery store with “No Limits.”
For the past three years, Savage Barbell Club in Tigard, OR has organized a charity lifting event to benefit the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital of Portland, OR. In their first year, they manage to raise $1,430 for the hospital. In 2016 they broke their goal of raising $12,000 by raising $13,000. This year, their goal was to raise $25,000.
As a high school student, my focus was completely and totally dedicated to wrestling. Although I was skilled enough to earn a wrestling scholarship at a private university, I realized after my first semester that I wasn’t prepared for the level of dedication, commitment, hard work, and sacrifice that a collegiate wrestling career demanded.
Lead By Example. As an elite athlete, you have the personal responsibility to represent yourself in the highest manner when it comes to meeting fans and consequently, other lifters, especially ones that are on the rise up.
On his first trip outside of the US, the only place that Vincenzo “Mass” Masone wanted to go after an eight hour flight was to the gym. All “Mass” needed was a kick from his preworkout and the desire to make a statement.