What if I told you there’s a supplement that has been studied hundreds of times? One that has been proven effective for building muscle, improving performance, speeding muscle growth, and even helping your brain? Sounds too good to be true, I know. But yet, it does exist!
I think we all have a pair of jeans hanging in our closets that we don’t wear but can’t part with. Maybe it’s because you’ve gained some unwanted weight and dream of fitting back into them. Maybe you’ve lost some weight and keep them as a reminder that you never want to fit into them again. Maybe you’ve been naturally thin all your life but have dreamed of having more curves and fitting into a larger size of jeans. Whatever the reason, the common goal is to work towards our goal physique in a healthy and sustainable way.
In recent years I’ve noticed more and more women interested in gaining muscle. Some with the intention to compete in physique sports and others because they feel a sense of empowerment or want to improve the way they feel in their bodies. Whatever your reason for gaining muscle, I think it’s awesome. No matter your reasoning, you’re here because you’re most likely looking for information to help you build muscle. In this article, I outline my most important top five muscle gain tips for women. So hop on board the gain train to learn more!
Your physique goal and current training phase can dictate the cardio choices that you might want to set in place. Whether your goal is fat loss, aerobic capacity, health improvement, or you have a sport-specific need, let this be your guide to personalizing your cardio to reach that goal.
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.
In the relatively new Wellness division, Renee Jewett has etched her place in the hierarchy of pro competitors at the top of their game. She outlines her path to her Wellness Pro debut in her latest article—getting to that stage wasn't a straight shot. Read up.
Injuries are part of the game. The course of action you take when you're injured will depend on its severity. Before you throw in the towel on your entire prep, read Renee Jewett's article, "Training Around Injuries During Prep," because you might find some valuable advice on how to manage these unfortunate events.
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.