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Three Bonus Strategies for PRs and Pumps

Three Bonus Strategies for PRs and Pumps

Last month I went over how you can set yourself up for a successful workout even before you step foot in the gym. In this month's article, I go over three bonus strategies for better PRs and Pumps. 

IFBB Pro Evan Centopani's Approach to Supplements for Size

My Approach to Supplements for Size

We don't know about you but, for most of us, this game is about getting bigger and using the right products that will help us get there. Which ones, you might ask? Different people will give you different answers. Evan Centopani, a trusted spokesperson who has been involved with Animal for over a decade, has been putting on muscle for a while. We think the advice in his latest article definitely carries some weight. Check it out.

IFBB Pro Evan Centopani shares a complete guide to Essential Amino Acids - their benefits, how much is enough, timing, and who can take them.

Guide to Essential Amino Acids

Animal Nitro and Animal Juiced Aminos are premier essential amino acid products (EAA). Why do you need them? What are they going to do for you? How am I supposed to take these? Evan Centopani lays down the truth in his latest article.

IFBB Wellness Pro Renee Jewett talks about how Juiced Aminos are the foundation supplement for muscle growth.

Juiced Aminos: The Foundation for Muscle Growth

Animal Juiced Aminos, our ever-popular essential amino acid complex, helps prevent muscle tissue breakdown and promotes anabolism. Renee Jewett, a huge proponent for Juiced Aminos, speaks about it in her latest article. Check it out.

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BCAAs vs EAAs: Which Is the Key to Muscle Growth?

Protein powder has always been popular, but EAAs and BCAAs have been on the rise more recently. When should we use each? Should we use one or the other? Or all together? John Jewett tells us how and why in his latest article.

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Best Bang for the Buck

Ever since I began my bodybuilding journey, I've trained mainly to pump my muscles full of blood and expand them as much as possible. This has been my number one guiding principle when trying to build more muscle tissue. Although I increase the resistance (weight) when I feel it's necessary, I don't believe more weight is the end all be all. I am not denying that heavy weight builds strength—and a stronger muscle is typically going to be a bigger muscle—but my training has mainly focused on the pump. After discussing training methods with other bodybuilders and power lifters, I noticed that their training methods were almost exactly the opposite. Power lifters train against the pump.