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IFBB Pro Evan Centopani shares the importance of sleep and tips to improve sleep.

A Bodybuilder's Guide to Improving Sleep

You're not going to progress too much, whether it be adding muscle or burning fat, if you're not sleeping well. And not just sleeping enough but sleeping efficiently. Evan Centopani gives a run down on why you need to be prioritizing your rest time in his latest article.

IFBB Pro Joe Mackey reflects on his bodybuilding prep and a looks ahead to off-season.

Prep Reflection and a Look Ahead to Off-Season

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.

Bring Up Lagging Muscle Groups

We all have lagging muscle groups, but how you train and improve those parts to match your strong ones is the real test.  Shawn Smith tells what he knows in his latest article.

IFBB Pro Shawn Smith discusses Cuts Powder and how he used it for his bodybuilding contest prep.

Animal Cuts Powder Explained

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.

IFBB Pro John Jewett discusses eating into the show

Eating Into the Show

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.

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Pressure

Two-time 212 Mr Olympia runner-up Derek Lunsford has some things to say about the pressure involved in executing what he and others around him had come to expect.

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The Evolution of My Training

As athletes, we evolve as the years go on. Whether it's diet, training, our look, or all of the above, we progress forward and change as needed. Things that worked back in the day may now not apply to our present circumstances. Chris Tuttle has adjusted his training since he started. Here's how.