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Dieting on the Road

Dieting on the Road

One of the toughest things for a bodybuilder to do is travel.  John Jewett lets us in on some of the tips to get the job done.

IFBB Pro John Jewett shares tips for setting the stage for your best hypertrophy workout

Set the Stage for Your Best Hypertrophy Workout

You can't just aimlessly go to the gym. That's a surefire way to make minimal, if any, progress. The sad thing is this is what most people do. There are ways to set yourself up so your training is optimal. Find out how in IFBB Pro John Jewett's latest article.

IFBB Pro Shawn Smith's Daily Nutrition

My Daily Nutrition

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.

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Animal Whey Pancake / Waffle Recipe

With limited food access in many places due to the Coronavirus, John Jewett looks around the kitchen for some pantry staples to make the macros work. Waffles and pancakes, a crowd pleaser, can be easily made into a balanced meal. John’s favorite is Animal Whey Salted Caramel Peanut Butter pancakes, but your options are endless. Grab you favorite Animal Whey and let’s get started.

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Big on a Budget: Supp Edition

As a manufacturer of sports supplements, we understand that proper supplementation is indispensable to all types of regimens. But we also know that not everyone has the budget to buy every product they’d like. How should they prioritize what they need? What should they pick first? Listen in as Derek Lunsford tells you which supplements he would grab first and foremost in “Big on a Budget: Supp Edition.”

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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.