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.
It’s undeniable that Animal Cuts is one of the best fat burners on the market. The number of awards this product has been given stretches for as far as I can see. Both The Vitamin Shoppe and Bodybuilding.com have awarded Animal Cuts and Cuts Powder as the “Best Thermogenic and Weight Loss Product of the Year,” and for a good reason — it works!
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.
Every wonder what it was like to prep and compete in the Olympia? To actually see and experience it through the eyes of a competitor? How would you feel and what would you do? Well, leave the guessing out of it and read Renee Jewett's first-hand account.
IFBB Pro Joe Mackey had a strong 2021 season. As he gathers his thoughts and focuses on the road ahead, he documents everything for us in his latest article so that we can understand what's going through his mind. Be sure to check it out.
Peaking for a show is tricky. Obviously, the first plan of action is to become fat-free, but after that, an athlete must know when to feed into the show in order to present the best possible look. No one can explain this to you better than John Jewett does in his latest article.
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.