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.
Odds are most people aren't getting enough greens in their diet. It could be due to not liking the taste or because meal preparation involving greens may be difficult for a busy person. Whatever reason it may be, Animal Greens can help someone supplement their greens intake—conveniently and effectively. Stefi Cohen tells us why she takes Animal Greens in her latest article.
Why do we train? For the pump. Ok maybe we train a little bit more than that, for other reasons, but the pump sure is fun. In this month, in my article I wrote, I give you three foods that I bet you're sleeping on and not eating that could really enhance the pump. So go check out this month's article and get to eating.
Chris Tuttle is definitely one who knows how to balance life while maintaining a ridiculously good physique. This sounds like everything you'd want during the holidays, right? How do you fit it all in without going off the deep end? Chris shows us how.
The holiday season is a tough time for competitors and those of us who are serious about progress because we're so used to being regimented. Do we eat whatever? Do we bring our meals? What do we do? You'll find some guidance in Shawn Smith's latest article.
Want to eat at restaurants but not derail all the progress you've made? There are ways to still enjoy a meal out while staying on track. Chris Tuttle shares some of his best tips in his latest article.
Ramadan is a Muslim holiday that requires a strict fast of no fluids or food within the daylight hours. This can be extremely difficult for a physique or strength athlete who relies heavily on food consumption to progress. It's not impossible, however, and athletes have been doing it since the beginning of time. Chris Tuttle shares how a Muslim athlete can work around these restrictions in his latest article.
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.
Gut health has become all the rage in the fitness industry of late, and for good reason. A healthy GI tract will ensure that your food is absorbed and used properly and you'll feel better overall. In his latest article, registered dietitian John Jewett debunks some of the bro science surrounding what you should and shouldn't do when it comes to a healthy gut. Read on.
Most competitors like the off-season. They can make improvements and get bigger and stronger without worrying about being ultra shredded. But what if things get out of hand? How far is too far? Renee Jewett lets us know how she makes that call and what to look out for in her latest article.
You tryin' to get huge? Then you're going to have to put a plan in place for your off-season nutrition. You can't tiptoe around eating like a bird and expect to be some monster that people stare at. Doesn't work that way. No one knows this better than Shawn Smith. Go read his latest article.
Unfortunately, physique athletes tend to develop a poor relationship with food. This is often brought on by strict dieting that leads to hyper-focus on both the foods they can and can't eat. How do you stop that? Chris Tuttle shares tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with food.